WELCOME BACK TO
EDWARD HOPPER HOUSE!
Plan your visit in advance. Timed tickets are required. We are restricting occupancy in the Museum to up to eight people per time slot.
Visitors will be sure to wear a mask when visiting Edward Hopper House. If you do not have a mask, we are happy to provide you with one during your visit.
We are Open April 15, 16, 17, 18 from 12 - 5pm.
We are open WEEKENDS from 12 - 5pm.
FREE - Members Join here.
$8 - Adults
$6 - Seniors
$3 - Students 17 & above
FREE - 16 years & under
At this time, no docents will be available to provide guided tours in our effort to limit the number of people in the Museum at any one time, though we will provide materials that explain the importance of the house to preserving Edward Hopper’s legacy and serving as center of inspiration to the community and aspiring artists.
A Walking Tour of Edward Hopper's Nyack
Not only did the house at 82 North Broadway influence young Edward Hopper's vision, the neighborhood where he grew up did too. See more of Edward Hopper's world through a self-guided walking tour map here.
The main floor (Main Gallery, Sanborn Gallery, Elizabeth's Parlor) of the Edward Hopper House is wheelchair accessible, with a ramp beginning at the back of the house leading to the front porch. Call for assistance. The second story of the House is currently NOT ADA accessible.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
82 North Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960
Edward Hopper House is located in the lower Hudson Valley in Rockland County, 20 miles north of New York City. It is reachable by car, train, or bus.
By CAR (Parking in Nyack)
On Aug 1, alternate side parking will be reinstated. Beginning Sept 1, 2020:
By Train (from NYC)
Take Metro North Railroad from Grand Central to Tarrytown. From Tarrytown Station, take HUDSONLINK BUS to Nyack. Request stop to get off at ARTOPEE WAY; 10 minute walk to Edward Hopper House.
Taxis may also be available at Tarrytown Station.