Visit These Museums and Historic Sites in the Adirondacks
The Adirondacks offer a wide variety of cultural and historic sites in the Adirondacks. Explore everything there is to discover.
Saranac Lake, NY
BluSeed Studios provides a project space where artists have the opportunity to experiment, diverge, exhibit and perform; to move ideas and aesthetics forward; and to share this diversity with the community.
Enjoy Broadway shows in friendly and relaxed Adirondack style. The Depot Theatre is a professional Equity theatre in a charming historic train station a stone's throw from Lake Champlain and steps from the mountains.
Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society
Lake Placid, NY
The Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society has operated The History Museum in the historic Lake Placid Railroad Station since 1967. The Museum reveals the rich and unique history of the Village of Lake Placid and the Town of North Elba.
World Awareness Children's Museum
Glens Falls, NY
Sharing the wonders of the world's diverse cultures with your children through interactive exhibitions, multicultural programming, and events. Visit and enjoy stories, play games, shop and more.
Historical Sites & State Markers in the Lake George Region
Lake George, NY
A free booklet of driving tours of Warren County Historical Markers is available from the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Adirondack Artists' Guild
Saranac Lake, NY
The Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery features the work of local artists practicing in a variety of mediums, new exhibitions each month, and the opportunity to meet some of the artists themselves while visiting the gallery.
The Wild Center
Tupper Lake, NY
The New York Times called it "stunning". The Wild Center, including the brand new Wild Walk, its elevated trail across the treetops, is an all-day attraction. It includes 81-acres of outdoors, a 54,000-square-foot museum with movies and live animals,