The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum | Abigail Kirsch

The Aldrich is one of the few non-collecting contemporary art museums in the United States.  Founded on Ridgefield’s historic Main Street in 1964, the Museum enjoys the curatorial independence of an alternative space while maintaining the registrarial and art-handling standards of a national institution.

Today The Aldrich is comprised of the “Old Hundred” building that houses the Museum’s administrative offices, and a new white clapboard and granite Museum building that provides public and exhibition spaces.  The Aldrich’s 25,000-square-feet of new and redesigned space accommodates twelve galleries, including a screening room, performance area and a sound gallery.

CAPACITY 50 to 250 guests