An occasional rainstorm happens in the Lake George Area. That doesn’t stop an incredible vacation. From bargain shopping to art museums, a hurricane couldn’t rain out the fun. In the Lake George Area, you’ll be singin’ in the rain.

Here in the Lake George Area, we don’t let anything rain on our parade, and that includes the weather. A little bit of rain will never ruin a vacation here. When the rain starts to come down and you’re looking for some rainy day activities there are plenty of fun activities that will keep you dry. You can take some swings at the indoor batting cages or go bowling if you’re a sports fan. Shoppers should hit some stores at the Lake George Factory Outlets or stroll Main Street with an umbrella in the region’s remarkable towns. Rainy day activities for couples include lunch on a covered deck at a waterfront restaurant or a beer tasting in one of the local craft breweries. When the rain starts to come down, grab that umbrella and hit the town!

The Fun Spot

You could spend an entire vacation at the Fun Spot! First, check out the Ninja Challenge, where kids can use hanging rings, climb ropes, and bound over slanted blocks. Who will be crowned Ninja of the Day?

Pagenstecher Pulp Mill Museum

Discover the history of this paper mill in the heart of Lake Luzerne! The Pagenstecher Pulp Mill Museum celebrates the first pulp mill in the country to use all American equipment. It tells the story of Albrecht Pagenstecher and his two brothers, who came to Lake Luzerne from Germany to open a mill. The museum includes of industrial machinery and photos.

Antiques Market Place

You never know what you'll find at Antiques Market Place! Antiques Market Place features twenty dealers offering an ever-changing inventory of quality and interesting antiques, vintage, collectible, and decorative items. Antiques and items include books, art, furniture, glass, jewelry, photography, postcards, rugs, signs, toys, and more! New acquisitions arrive daily.

The Outlets at Lake George

Two outlet centers featuring designer and brand names including Adidas, Coach, G.H. Bass, Lancome, Harry & David, Izod, Jones New York, Lane Bryant, Levi's, Lindt, LOFT, Maidenform, Nautica, PacSun, Perfumania, Polo Ralph Lauren, Skechers, Van Heusen, Yankee Candle. Savings of up to 60% off retail prices. Located just off I-87, Adirondack Northway Exit 20.

Factory Outlets of Lake George

Open year-round and offering the latest apparel and gifts, the Factory Outlets are the ultimate stop for anyone who loves to shop! All the stores are closely located to one another and offer deep discounts to make your wallet happy. One look and you will understand why this well-known Lake George attraction has become a must-stop destination for many travelers.

Tannery Pond Center

Discover the thriving art & culture scene in the Adirondacks at the Tannery Pond Center! Tannery Pond is an arts & culture center dedicated to bringing theatrical performances and concerts in the Lyle Dye Auditorium, exhibitions in the Widlund Gallery, and the Teens Only! program to the Lake George Area.

World Awareness Children's Museum

The World Awareness Children's Museum helps kids discover the world! The World Awareness Children's Museum brings our diverse world to children through our play space, educational programs, and international children's art exchange. 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.

Town of Chester Museum of Local History

Learn about Chestertown at the Museum of Local History! The Town of Chester Museum of Local History celebrates the rich past of the Chester and Pottersville regions of the Lake George Area. Guests to the museum will discover photographs, antiques, and artifacts. The museum is operated by the Historical Society of the Town of Chester.

The Sembrich

This is the lakeside summer home, Bay View, and teaching studio of Metropolitan Opera Diva Marcella Sembrich (1858-1935). Mme. Sembrich was a pianist, violinist, vocal teacher and Polish patriot.

Stony Creek District 4 Schoolhouse Museum

Learn about the history of Stony Creek at the District 4 Schoolhouse Museum! The Stony Creek District 4 Schoolhouse Museum celebrates the history of school life and industry in a historic home in Stony Creek. This one room, two-story schoolhouse has photos, maps, and other artifacts celebrating the history of Stony Creek.

Visual Arts Gallery

Changing exhibitions, lectures, receptions, readings, and concerts.

House of Frankenstein Wax Museum

Foolish mortals beware! In the House of Frankenstein Wax Museum there are many "monsters." The creatures roaming the halls of this house are not living...yet they are not dead. For as you shall see, they move and talk and sometimes they even SCREAM! Youth under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.