Visit the Reher Center
The Reher Center is located in historic Reher’s Bakery
Corner of Spring Street in the Rondout neighborhood of Kingston New York
The Reher Center will be closed from December 1st 2019-June 6th 2020. Thanks for a great season!
Starting in May 2020: Open Saturdays and Sundays, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Historic Bakery Tours
The Reher Center will be closed from December 1st 2019-June 7th 2020. Thanks for a great season!
Starting in June 2020: Tours Each Saturday and Sunday
Gallery Admission is a Suggested Donation of $5
Historic Bakery Tour tickets are available at the Gallery or by phone. Space is limited so reserve tickets early.
$10 for Adults
$8 for Students and Seniors (65+)
Call to Reserve: 845-210-6643
Parking along Spring Street is free
Metered parking is available along Broadway, free on Sunday
Free municipal lot on Rondout Landing at the foot of Broadway
The Reher Center does not currently have a restroom, but offers a portable toilet during its June-November program season. The Arts Society of Kingston has been kind enough to share their single stall restroom with us for visitors during the off-season. There is one step up into The Arts Society.
For individuals with limited mobility: The Reher Center is currently not wheelchair accessible. Those with limited mobility may require assistance. There are 14 stairs leading to the gallery. There are two steps up into the historic bakery and four steps down into the oven area of the bakery.
For individuals who are Deaf or hard of hearing: The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History offers transcripts for audio portions of Historic Bakery Tours.
For individuals who are Blind or have low vision: There are not currently any provisions for visitors who are blind or have low vision. The Reher Center features low lighting in the historic bakery.
Personal Care Attendants: All personal care attendants for people with physical, developmental, and intellectual disabilities as well as personal care attendants for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia are allowed into the museum free of charge.
Service Animal Policy: Service animals are always welcome in the museum.
The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History is committed to making its facility, website, and resources as accessible as possible. This is still a work in progress, and we apologize for any difficulties visitors encounter. For questions, concerns, or an accessibility issue you believe needs to be brought to our attention, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 210-6643.