Start with a light lunch at Torches on the Hudson, complete with a 6,000-gallon aquarium and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the river. Then travel to the astonishing Storm King Art Center, known for the harmonious yet dramatic interaction between its sculptures and the landscape of the Hudson Valley. Take a guided tram ride and then explore on your own the collection of modern, monumental sculptures exhibited to glorious advantage on 400 acres of terraced lawns, spacious fields and woodlands. No two visits are alike since the appearance of the sculptures is affected by changes in the light and weather. The permanent collection includes works by Calder, Moore and Noguchi.
Bus leaves Radnor Financial Center promptly at 8 am. No credit for cancellations after April 22.