You would hardly expect the unassuming brick Union Church in Pocantico Hills to house a huge Matisse stained glass window and nine colorful Chagalls. But once you hear the name Rockefeller attached to it, the priceless works make a bit more sense. This, mind you, was back when the elite wealthy were patrons of the arts and philanthropists rather than reality show whores and soulless crooks.
Sadly there are no photos allowed, I wish I could show you the beauty of the light streaming in Chagall's bold colors. So make sure you go while the sun's still up to truly experience it.
The cost is five dollars and a very sweet old woman is there to briefly take you though the history of the building and the windows.