Please Note: In accordance with New York State's reopening guidelines, stringent protocols have been put into place throughout the campus to help fight the spread of the virus. All ticketing transactions will be contactless and will occur at the exterior Box Office windows. Due to capacity limitations, visitors are encouraged to purchase their tickets online in advance. All guests in The Museum will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing guidelines. In addition to an increase in the frequency and intensity of cleaning high traffic areas, alcohol-based hand sanitizer stations have been placed throughout the site. After closing each evening, the entire Museum building will undergo a full disinfection of all surfaces. In addition to MERV-13 rated filters, each of The Museum's air handling systems is equipped with ultraviolet germicidal disinfection equipment.
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The Museum is fully wheelchair accessible. Accessible parking is provided free of charge, and visitor drop-off is available in the circle in front of The Museum. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for mobility-impaired Museum visitors. Unless arrangements are made in advance, these wheelchairs are available on a first come, first serve basis. Movies are either closed-captioned or the script is made available for on-site use when visiting The Museum. Assisted listening devices for The Museum Theater are available upon request.
Accessible seating is reserved for the exclusive use of individuals with disabilities and their guests. Purchase or use of these seating locations by non-disabled individuals is strictly prohibited and can result in ejection and/or forfeiture of ticket price. If you have any questions regarding accessibility at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts please contact our Box Office at (845)-583-2050. There are two types of seating available for purchase: Patron with Disability: Transfer from Wheelchair to Seat Patron with Disability: Your Wheelchair as Actual Seat Wheelchair accessible seating is for those who use their wheelchair as the actual seat. Transfer patron seating is reserved for those guests who need accessible seating but are not wheelchair users. Tickets for patrons with accessible needs, subject to availability, may be purchased in the following ways: 1. Order online (Hit the back button below): A. Get to the order form for the event you wish to purchase. B. When the order form is displayed, choose the type of seating you wish to purchase and quantity of tickets you require. 2. Call the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Box Office at (845)-583-2050. 3. Go directly to the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Box Office during regular business hours. If you have any questions regarding accessibility at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts please contact our Box Office during regular business hours at (845)-583-2050.
For Box Office Hours and further information please visit http://bethelwoodscenter.org/museum/visit/admission.aspx Museums tickets will be sold each day until 1.5 hours before closing time on regular open days and until 1 hour before concert start time on typical concert days. Please call ahead to verify museum hours on concert days.