A trip to NYC without a detour to Dia Beacon to witness works of Dan Flavin, John Chamberlain, Robert Ryman and Agnes Martin and so many more! Doesn’t seem right. Dia beacon is an absolute beauty and what makes it even more beautiful in the Hudson River along its side. Dia beacon is this wholesome museum experience you will never forget and the aesthetics will blow your mind!
This museum belongs to the Dia Art Foundation’s art collection from the 1960s. It is located on 3 Beekman Street Beacon, New York. It is now a composition of eleven beautiful sites that fail to disappoint. The museum has been standing for 17 years as it was established in 2003 and is one of the best pieces of art in itself. It is one of the largest exhibition places in the country with 160,000 sq. ft. of area.
Dia beacon is a beacon of natural light! It saves energy as well as makes the place fresher, brighter and airier. It is the perfect balance between archaic and progressive times. It is open from Friday to Monday between 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. but you need advanced reservations to get in. As for ticket prices, it is $15 General in general whereas $12 for students, seniors and visitors with disabilities. It is free for children under 12 years of age.
It has over 75,000 visitors every year! It’s a cultural hub and people from all across the world come to visit and experience the beauty. Dia Beacon is the ultimate community from brewing artists and you cannot miss visiting this!