Visit the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden

Plan Your Visit

A visit to The Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden is a chance to experience the peace of nature and the wisdom of Eastern culture, right in Westchester County.


Located in North Salem, New York, The museum serves visitors from all over the world with Japanese art and a beautifully-preserved 3.5-acre Japanese stroll garden. Come take a walk in the gardens, or see the art on show in the museum's galleries. The museum offers changing exhibits, lectures, and programs that reflect the intersection of Eastern and Western cultures.


Museum & Garden Open:

Opening Wednesday, May 12, 2021

May to November
Wednesdays - Saturdays
12 pm to 4 pm 
Watch our website for special extra hours and pop-up events


For Private Events: 

OPEN ALL YEAR (by appointment only)

General Admission:

General Admission:
Adults $8  
Seniors (65+) $6
Students with ID $6
Children under 12  Free

Members Free

Twilight Hours (NEW):

Adults $15
Seniors (65+) $12
Students (with ID)  $12
Children 12 and under Free

Members Free


Visitors can get to the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem through private or public transportation. The museum is accessible via car or taxi service. Take I-684 to Exit 7. Take Route 116 East to Salem Center. Follow signs for the Hammond Museum on June Road north until reaching Deveau Road. The museum is at the top of the hill.


By public transportation, visitors can use train service to reach the museum. Take METRO NORTH Harlem line trains to Croton Falls. From the Croton Falls station, the museum recommends taking a Taxi or Car Service to the museum.