The Adirondack Museum strives to tell the story of the Adirondacks with a focus on the people, both past and present, and their relationship with the wilderness. The museum is now recognizing the current residents of the Adirondacks with a special offer: locals who live in Adirondack Park year-round can visit the museum free of charge!
This offer is part of a “Friends and Neighbors” Adirondack Park Resident Membership Program. The museum invites year-round residents of the Adirondack Park to visit for FREE every Sunday this summer and everyday during the month of October (The museum remains open through October 17th.)
If you were thinking of trying to sneak in by claiming you’re a resident, when you’re not (it may have crossed my mind), be advised that they do require proof of residency. Valid forms of id include a driver’s license, passport, or voter registration card. And hey, it’s only $12- $18, depending on you age if you’re not a resident …. but still, you can’t beat free.
The Adirondack Museum currently has two great exhibits on display, mentioned in an earlier post. Both exhibits highlight early photographers and the techniques they used to capture the beauty of the Adirondacks. Learn more>
For those of you that haven’t been to the Adirondack Museum or haven’t been there in a while, now is the time to go!
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