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Inspect! Explore! Discover! Visitors to The Rockwell are invited to an adventure in the American experience. For a family, group or individual, the immersive exploration of The Rockwell’s exhibitions evokes revelation, fascination, reflection and inspiration. Opportunities abound for participation in tours, lectures, events, workshops and unplugged, hands-on learning for kids.

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The Rockwell Museum

111 Cedar St, Corning NY 14830

Current Museum hours

9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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KIDS ROCKWELL Art Lab

36 E Market St, Corning NY 14830

Current Museum hours

Open daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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The Museum and Art Lab are closed January 1, Thanksgiving Day, December 24 and 25.

Martine Gutierrez

Catalogue Number 2019.7.1a-b

Pricing

Experience the story of America through the eyes of artists.

The Rockwell Museum is the only Smithsonian Affiliate in upstate New York. We share the essence of the American experience with our visitors through art. Highlights include paintings, prints, sculptures, and more from the nineteenth century to the present. Our galleries evolve and refresh often, so there is always something new to see!

Adults; 18 to 61$12
Adults; 62+$11
AAA and Military*$11
College students with ID$6
Local Residents with ID**$6
Kids & Teens under 17FREE
Corning Community College StudentsFREE
Rockwell MembersFREE
Museums For All (WIC and SNAP)
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FREE

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  • The Museum is closed January 1, Thanksgiving Day, December 24 and 25.
  • *In addition to our discount for active Military and Veterans, we participate in the Blue Star Museums program, providing free Museum admission to active military and their families from Armed Forces Day through Labor Day.
  • **The Rockwell offers a 50% discount on our admission rate to residents living in the Corning region, specifically those areas in New York and Pennsylvania where the zip codes begin with 148, 149 or 169. Qualifying residents may bring up to two guests at the resident rate.
  • The Rockwell is a member of the following reciprocal admission programs:

Visit Two Museums & Save

VisitorDaily Admission at RockwellDaily Admission @ Corning Museum Of GlassCombination
Ticket Admission
Adults; 18 to 61$12$22$30.30
Adults; 62+$11$18.70$28.15
AAA and Military*$11$18.70$28.15
College students with ID$6$17$28.15
Local Residents with ID**$6$11$16
Kids & Teens under 17FREEFREEFREE
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Directions

The Rockwell Museum is located inside Old City Hall, just steps away from Historic Market Street in downtown Corning, NY, and under a mile from the main highway. The neighborhood surrounding the Museum features specialty eateries and unique shopping boutiques.

From the North
I-90E to Exit 46 (at Rochester) to I-390S to I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. At end of the ramp, take a right onto 414/Center Way, crossing Bisco Bridge. Center Way turns into Cedar Street, and The Rockwell is on the right, on the corner of Denison Parkway and Cedar Street.

From the West
I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. At end of the ramp, take a right onto 414/Center Way, crossing Bisco Bridge. Center Way turns into Cedar Street. The Rockwell is on the right, on the corner of Denison Parkway and Cedar Street.

From the South
US-15N to I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. Take a right onto 414/Center Way, crossing Bisco Bridge. Center Way turns into Cedar Street. The Rockwell is on the right, on the corner of Denison Parkway and Cedar Street.

From the East
I-86E (NY-17W) to Exit 46. Take a left onto 414/Center Way, crossing Bisco Bridge. Center Way turns into Cedar Street. The Rockwell is on the right, on the corner of Denison Parkway and Cedar Street.

From the greater New York City area
Take the George Washington Bridge to I-80W to I-380W to I-81N to I-86W (NY-17W). Take exit 46 and turn left at end of the ramp. Follow the signs to The Rockwell Museum.

Parking

The Rockwell strives to ensure full and safe participation for all. Free parking is located directly behind the Museum. Additional public parking is available in municipal lots where City of Corning parking fees apply.

The Spurrier Community Shuttle provides free transportation between The Rockwell Museum and Corning Museum of Glass. The shuttle stops every 15 minutes and operates during regular Museum hours through October 31.

Accessibility

  • Museum and Art Lab entrances are wheelchair and stroller accessible. The galleries and outdoor terrace are accessible and can be reached by elevator. However, not all doors are on power assist. Accessible restrooms are located on the mezzanine level.
  • Manual wheelchairs and umbrella strollers are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis; ask any Museum staff person for assistance. The Rockwell also welcomes visitors with personal mobility aids, including walkers, wheelchairs and scooters.
  • The Rockwell allows visitors to borrow a lightweight and portable Museum stool, allowing you to take a seat wherever you want to linger.
  • Benches are found throughout the Museum.
  • All visitors, including those who are blind or have low vision, are invited to use the free audio guide available at the Admission Desk.
  • Sensory Kits are available for visitors during their visit and can be checked out at the Admission Desk. Each kit consists of a variety of items such as fidget toys, tactile objects, emotion cards and noise reducing earmuffs.
  • We extend complimentary admission to Personal Care Attendants (PCAs) who accompany guests with disabilities.
  • Service animals are welcome under ADA guidelines.
  • Changing tables are available in all restrooms.
  • Nursing mothers are welcome to breastfeed anywhere in the Museum.
  • Museum visitors can review our Social Story to know what to expect during their museum visit and Teachers can prepare students for a tour with our School Tour Social Story.