Plan Your Visit
Oneonta has many hidden gems, one of which is the Yager Museum of Art & Culture at Hartwick College. The Museum has five galleries, featuring permanent and temporary exhibits. As the only art and culture museum in the area, we strive to educate by drawing from our collections in the fine arts, Native American artifacts of the Upper Susquehanna region, and Southwestern pottery, baskets, and rugs, as well as by bringing to the area exhibits that address ongoing and difficult social concerns such as AIDS, DWI, and eating disorders.
Located on the first floor of Yager Hall at Hartwick College, the Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday, noon-4:30 p.m. when the College is in session and at other times by appointment; admission is free.
If you would like to make arrangements for a group visit to the Museum, please contact Quentin Lewis, Collections and Program Manager, at 607-431-4481.
Directions To The Yager Museum
From I-88 West use exit 15 and turn right at the end of the ramp. If you are on I-88 East use exit 15 and turn left at the end of the ramp. Continue through the first traffic light, which crosses Main Street. At the next traffic light, turn left onto Center Street. At the end of Center Street yield right onto West Street and then make a left onto the first street, Clinton. Follow Clinton until you come to the first driveway (Cayuga Drive) on your right. Follow this driveway up and around and you will find the museum on the first floor of Yager Hall, which will be on your right. Several parking spaces reserved for visitors are adjacent to the Museum entrance; visitor parking passes may be obtained at the Museum’s reception desk.