The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden located in North Salem, NY was founded in 1957 by Natalie Hays Hammond to provide a bridge between the East and the West through art and nature.
We offer educational programs for schools creating a unique learning experience touring our Japanese garden combined with a hands on workshop such as woodblock print making, calligraphy or brush painting. A tea ceremony is available in our authentic Japanese tea room for schools and the public and classes are also offered.
Our exhibits change three times a year and our programs and events include our Interfaith Blessing of the Animals, Cultural Arts Day, Moon viewing Concert, Moonlight Swing Dance with the Norm Hathaway Band, digital photography, and brush painting.
Arts and Culture