This season the Adirondack Museum will be featuring a new tour that will give visitors a new experience that they won’t forget. A new audio tour is being introduced this season for visitors to enjoy.
David M. Kahn, Executive Director of the Adirondack Museum, announced today that the museum will launch an exciting new audio tour when the museum reopens for the season on Friday, May 25. The audio tour will invite visitors to take a fresh look at the Adirondack Museum using the audio from real people that live in the Adirondacks today.
The voices will guide visitors to a deeper understanding of the museum’s exhibitions, dramatic setting, and whats makes the Adirondacks unique.
The audio tour will be offered free of charge to visitors with museum admission. The tour has been generously sponsored by National Grid as well as additional individuals and foundations. The Adirondack Museum reopens for its 55th season on Friday, May 25, and is open 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., through October 14.
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