Please note, Hudson Hall’s COVID-19 policies are subject to change without notice.

Masks are strongly encouraged for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status. All visitors are asked to maintain physical distancing of six feet. No outside food or beverages may be consumed in the building.

Visitors to the 1st Floor Galleries: At this time, proof of vaccination is not required for entry to the first-floor galleries. All visitors are encouraged to wear masks and practice social distancing.

Ticketed Events: Unless stated otherwise, Hudson Hall requires all ticket holders attending live, in-person events to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19. At the present time we are not making exceptions for unvaccinated children or people unable to be vaccinated for medical reasons. Please note, we do not accept negative COVID tests in lieu of vaccination.

Proof of vaccination may include your CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Card, a photo or photocopy of the card, or your Excelsior Pass. Please also be prepared to show a valid government issued proof of identity, such as a driver’s license, upon entry.

Please note: Some community or youth-focused events may not require proof of vaccination. For these events, masks are required at all times. If you are unsure of the vaccination policy for the event you are attending, please email or phone (518) 822-1438.

Staff: Hudson Hall staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated and boosted. We highly recommend everyone who is eligible get vaccinated and boosted to protect themselves, their families, and our community.

Hudson Hall is currently operating at 70% capacity for ticketed events.

Hudson Hall’s modern HAVC system is outfitted with MERV 13 filters, with industrial air handlers that draw on fresh air for heating and cooling.

NOTE: An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present, and Hudson Hall cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to COVID-19 during your visit. Those visiting Hudson Hall do so at their own risk of such exposure.