Fall in the Lake George Area is about vibrant foliage and festive events. Fall foliage morphs the mountains’ colors from a familiar green into vast swathes of deep oranges and burning reds. Boat rentals, steamboat cruises, and scenic drives around Lake George can help uncover every shade of color. Fall weekends offer a cornucopia of lively events, including Oktoberfests overflowing with beer and harvest festivals brimming with children’s activities. Other things to do in the fall include quick hikes to stunning views of Adirondack foliage, craft beer and cider tastings, and spooky Halloween events. When the temps start to cool, and the leaves begin to change, it’s time for a visit to the Lake George Area.

Charles R. Wood Theater

The Charles R. Wood Theater is a year-round performing arts center with a 294 seat auditorium, fully professional and updated technical systems, a large rehearsal space, office space, technical set building space and fully ADA compliant dressing rooms.  Nearly 350 events happen at the Wood Theater each year including theater performances, musicals, concerts, dance performances, meetings, parties, weddings, rehearsals, auditions and educational classes.

The Shirt Factory

The Glens Falls Shirt Factory is home to almost 100 eclectic artists and artisans offering original art work. A range of goods such as salt lamps, loose tea pottery, reclaimed furniture and more! Artists work in watercolor, photography, precious metals, clay and wood. Other offerings include fitness classes, massage, children's activities and a beauty salon.

The Park Theater

The Park Theater serves as hosts and offers rental space for concerts, performing arts, dances, recitals, films as well as weddings, parties and banquets.

Windy Ridge Farm

An old-fashioned family farm in Athol! Windy Ridge Farm is a 100-acre, family-owned farm that has been worked for seven generations. The farm is made up of woods and fields that provides hay products, garden products, wood products, and a sugar bush for maple syrup making.

Toad Hill Maple Farm

Toad Hill Maple Farm creates "nature's healthiest sweetener!" The Galusha family has been producing pure maple products for over 30 years while managing over 760 acres of Adirondack forest land under the guidance of a professional forester. We have over 4,000 taps on 100 acres for maple production.

World Awareness Children's Museum

The World Awareness Children's Museum helps kids discover the world! Art and artifacts are featured in the Museum’s hands-on learning space, go!. These items are also used in educational programs and loaned to other Museums, businesses and institutions for display.

Mountain Road Carriage Co

Mountain Road Carriage Company will take you on a carriage tour of the ruins of the local paper mills, a canning factory and the beautiful and historic Bow Bridge. You will also travel to the old schoolhouse ~ Gailey Schoolhouse Museum, a one-room schoolhouse from the early days of Lake Luzerne, 1865-1937. This relaxing ride takes you along the scenic Hudson River on River Road.

Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Center - LARAC

Lapham Art Gallery and Shop featuring changing exhibits of fine arts and crafts created by local and regional artists. LARAC was founded in 1972 by a coalition of arts-minded residents. Its mission is to enrich the quality of life in Warren, Washington, and Northern Saratoga Counties by supporting arts and culture.

Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center

72 acres of Adirondack fun in Bolton Landing! Up Yonda Farm is an educational museum that specializes in teaching kids about the Adirondacks. The museum features wildlife exhibits of native mammals and birds such as bears, bobcats, fishers, and porcupines. Hands on children's exhibits feature archaeology digs and touch tables.

de Blasiis Chamber Music at The Hyde

Founded by sisters Giovannina (Gio) and Virginia (Ginny) de Blasiis, the de Blasiis Chamber Music Series is one of the oldest in the country bringing the finest performers and programs to the Glens Falls area.

Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra

Nationally recognized professional symphony orchestra bringing fine symphonic music to audiences in the Adirondack region with engaging international guest artists under the direction of Maestro Charles Peltz.

The Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park

This 12.5 acre park includes a 2.5 acre festival space located at the southern end of Lake George. An outdoor space for performing arts, concerts, re-enactments, craft fairs, flea markets, farmers markets and much more, including a children's area, and a skateboard park.