The Lake George Area transforms into a lively winter escape as soon as the snowflakes start to fly. Lake George bustles with winter events, such as the Lake George Winter Carnival, a frozen fiesta celebrating all things snow and ice. The Lake George Area’s ski centers start blowing snow as soon as the cold weather sets in, guaranteeing every trail is covered with powder and ready for skiing. Other recreation in the winter include ice skating on the pond at Crandall Park, ice fishing for perch and lake trout on frozen Lake George, and cross-country skiing to extensive views on forested hiking trails. For a wintertime getaway brimming with full-faced smiles and frozen fun, take a trip to the Lake George Area.

Chapman Historical Museum

Discover the Glens Falls-Queensbury connection to the Adirondacks!

Visual Arts Gallery

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

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.

Leaf Air

See the Lake George Area from high above the treetops with Leaf Air! Leaf Air provides quality and professional scenic flights throughout the Lake George Area from the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport in Glens Falls. Scenic flights are perfect for families, couples, and luxury seekers. We are pet-friendly!

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is an Adirondack treasure! Come see the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Explore Noisy Cave, check out the resident bats in Peter Pan's Peephole, dip under Arch Rock, and cross over the natural stone bridge itself!

An Architectural Heritage Tour of Warrensburg New York

The historic district features 428 historic properties and is the largest district north of Saratoga. This is a self guided walking tour. A free booklet is available from Warrensburg Beautification, 518-466-5497; Discover Warrensburg, 3754 Main Street, 518-232-7349 and the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, 3839 Main Street, 518-623-2161.

Town of Chester Public Library

Exhibits in The Ruplin Gallery by local and regional artists. The Book Arts Collection contains examples of books that are mainly unusual for the quality of the hand work and materials that have gone into them. A member of the Southern Adirondack Library System.

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.

Hyde Collection Art Museum and Historic House

The Hyde Collection offers a world-class group of works that span almost six thousand years of art history from antiquity to the present. The Museum's founders, Louis and Charlotte Hyde, acquired the majority of objects during a fifty-year period of avid and highly informed collecting. Many of these works are displayed in Hyde House, the founders’ former home, as well as in the Museum’s modern exhibition galleries.

Town of Johnsburg Library, The Corner Gallery

Located in the Town Hall the library offers exhibits by local and regional artists and students.

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.

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.