Explore Katonah and Beyond

The historic and scenic hamlet of Katonah is home to numerous cultural attractions, including the forward-thinking Katonah Museum of Art. Known for showcasing a variety of avant-garde domestic and international artists, the Museum offers a range of innovative exhibitions and is a top choice for those looking to experience both established and up-and-coming artists. Holding three to four exhibitions annually, the KMA works with nearly 100 area schools and libraries and boasts an interactive Learning Center where children (and adults) are invited to explore their inner artist and produce creative works of their own.

The drive to Katonah, NY is about an hour from Midtown Manhattan, going north on the Henry Hudson Parkway and then the Saw Mill River Parkway. The train ride on Metro-North takes about the same time from Grand Central Terminal. Taxis are available at the Katonah station.

After visiting the Katonah Museum of Art, explore nearby attractions in Katonah or neighboring towns. A walkable hamlet, Katonah’s down-to-earth hub runs north-south, paralleling the Metro-North Railroad tracks. An urbane cultural destination that draws visitors from across the New York metropolitan area, the hamlet is also a place rich in cultural and recreational offerings. It contains two small shopping centers as well as Katonah Avenue, with its restaurants, businesses, and boutiques.