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This gallery and museum features local Adirondack artists.
This military history museum and fort, housed in a 1755 barracks of a now reconstructed Colonial and Revolutionary fortress, has collections of books, maps, prints, engravings,...
Listed on the National Register as the site of the first industrial application of electricity.
The outdoor market offers farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade baked goods and much more. The market is held in the Town Hall parking lot on Monday from late June to...
Covering over 200 years of history, this museum displays local artifacts, household items, tools, and pictures relating to the Bolton Landing and Adirondack region.
This museum and heritage area visitor's center features local history told in photographs, wooden ship models, and 19th century artifacts.
Overlooking beautiful Lake Champlain this Victorian manor was built in 1874 for Supreme Court Justice Joseph Potter and his family. Today visitors can tour the rooms with its...
There are two forts that make up this museum; Fort St. Frederick and His Majesty's Fort at Crown Point.
This popular market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, honey and maple products, flowers and herbs, and more. The market is held at the Boulevard Park across...
This historic building, the Sembrich Studio, c1923, was the former teaching studio of Madame Marcella Sembrich. The museum displays art objects, furniture, books, paintings,...
History of local area. Photos and artifacts relating to 20th century.
This museum consists of the Judd Harris House, Walter Cerf Gallery and Stewart-Swift Research Center. Offers tours, exhibits and programs aimed at facilitating an understanding of...
Features collections of prints, drawings, paintings, sculpture and photographs.
Features lectures, maple sugaring artifacts, wooden sap buckets, antique and sugar tubs. Also maple sugaring paintings by Vermont artists.