Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake features exhibitions about the Adirondacks in 24 modern galleries and historic buildings. You can explore topics ranging from logging to boating as well as enjoy hands-on activities.
Kurt Gardner Photography Gallery
Old Forge, NY
Kurt Gardner Photography Gallery features and sells a large selection of photographs of the Adirondack Park. You can purchase HD quality metal prints, matted prints, and photos with custom wooden frames from their shop in Old Forge and online store.
Natural Stone Bridge and Caves
Summer: Hike self-guided tour & explore LARGEST cave entrance in East, waterfalls, gorge, caves. Also guided adventure tours, gemstone mining, disc golf, climbing walls, dino dig, & extensive rock shop. Winter: snowshoe trails/tour.
North Country Children's Museum
The North Country Children's Museum invites kids to check out interactive exhibits celebrating the cultural and geographical resources of the North Country. Children of all ages play, imagine, discover, and learn through the exhibits and programs.
Fort Ticonderoga is a bucket list destination! Bring the family and enjoy hands-on activities, daily weapon demos, boat tours, world-class museum exhibits, beautiful gardens, friendly animals, and more. Rain or shine, there's something for everyone!
The Wild Center
Tupper Lake, NY
The Wild Center in Tupper Lake is an Adirondack museum featuring exhibits and programs, live animals, forest trails, and the Wild Walk, an elevated walkway among the treetops. Discover the story of the Adirondacks with the whole family!
Glens Falls, NY
Discover the history of the Glens Falls/Queensbury area -- where the Hudson River leaves the mountains. Explore everyday Hometown Life and see the Adirondacks through the lens of 19th C. photographer Seneca Ray Stoddard.
Lake Placid Olympic Museum
Lake Placid, NY
Visit the Lake Placid Olympic Museum to experience the history and excitement of the Games for yourself! You'll see artifacts, photographs, and videos from Lake Placid's two Winter Olympic Games.
Dean Homestead Museum
Stony Creek, NY
The Dean Homestead Museum is run by the Stony Creek Historical Society and depicts the history of the Dean family and the local area. It is open on select days during the summer.
Old Forge, NY
The Goodsell Museum is the headquarters of the Town of Webb Historical Association. Visitors can explore local history through carefully-curated exhibitions that change yearly. Open Tues-Sat 10 am - 3 pm year round with no admission charge.
Warrensburgh Museum of Local History
Expect the unexpected at this gem of a small town museum. Water-powered industry put native sons in Albany and DC and even brought Marilyn Monroe to town! Open Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays 1 - 3 pm. April through December. We're kid friendly!
Six Nations Indian Museum
Six Nations Indian Museum depicts historical and contemporary Haudenosaunee culture through artifacts, art, and oral history. The museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm in July through August.
Ticonderoga Historical Society at the Hancock House
Modeled after Thomas Hancock's mid-18th century Boston home, the Hancock House was built in 1926 as a gift to the New York State Historical Association. Now, it houses a museum, a research library, and an art gallery.
Tannery Pond Center
North Creek, NY
Tannery Pond in North Creek, minutes from Gore Mountain, brings the community together for art exhibits, musical acts, classes, workshops, and fun events.
Lewis County Historical Society Museum / Gould Mansion
Lyons Falls, NY
Located between the Adirondacks and the Tug Hill Plateau, the Lewis County Historical Society Museum helps preserve the region's history through its artifact collection and research center.
Adirondack History Museum
The Adirondack History Museum in Elizabethtown portrays the history, art, and culture of Essex County through an array of permanent and seasonal exhibits.
Kent-Delord House Museum
Step back in time and discover how three generations of an Adirondack family lived at Plattsburgh's only historic house museum.
North Creek Depot Museum
North Creek, NY
Explore the North Creek Depot Museum and learn about railroads in the Adirondacks. This museum is located in a restored railroad depot station and features exhibits on the Adirondack Railroad and local history.
John Brown Farm State Historic Site
Lake Placid, NY
Take a guided tour of the John Brown farmhouse, check out an old barn with a video of the Underground Railroad, and hike the network of trails at the John Brown Farm State Historic Site.