• A dance recital by the Replica Dance Company in June 2009. Read more about public programs at Pocantico.
  • Read more about conferences hosted at the Coach Barn.
  • The Oceanus Fountain on the forecourt of Kykuit, modeled on Giambologna’s 'Oceanus and the Three Rivers' in Florence's Boboli Gardens.
  • The Marcel Breuer House hosts artist residencies. Residents are selected by the Fund’s grantee organizations.
  • Kykuit, completed in 1913, has been home to four generations of the Rockefeller family.

The Pocantico Center is a venue for conferences and meetings on critical issues related to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund’s mission. It also serves as a community resource and offers public access through a visitation program, lectures, and cultural events, as well as support to artists and arts organizations in the greater New York City area. The RBF’s stewardship of the Pocantico Historic Area includes overseeing the maintenance, care, conservation, and restoration of the historic buildings, gardens, and collections of decorative and fine art. Located 20 miles north of Manhattan in the Pocantico Historic Area, The Pocantico Center is managed by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund as part of its agreement with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.