From the period of the French & Indian War to the 1950s when vacationers flocked to nearby Lake George and the Adirondack mountains, the history of the region has been shaped by its location.

The museum’s exhibits share the stories of the people who have lived and worked, raised families, attended school, and played here.

Seneca Ray Stoddard’s photographs reveal the region as it looked 150 years ago, when the timber industry thrived, and summer visitors traveled through the area by train and stage.

The museum’s hands-on displays in the historic DeLong House explore everyday life – an opportunity for families and friends to have fun while sharing memories from their own lives.

Admission: Suggested donation – Adults $5, Seniors & Students $4, Children under 12 Free

 

Events
Sep
18
2021

S.R. Stoddard Mini Exhibit: Adirondack Peaks