Lake George Museums & Historic Attractions

There is lots to be discovered in the Lake George Region! Explore local, national, and international history and culture at one of the many museums in the region, ranging from former war fortresses and geological wonders to children's museums and fine arts hotspots.

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves Park
Summer: Hike self-guided tour & explore LARGEST cave entrance in East, waterfalls, gorge, caves. Guided adventure tours, gemstone mining, disc golf, climbing walls, dino dig, simulated mines, & extensive rock shop. Winter: snowshoe trails and tours.
The Hyde Collection
Historic house and fine arts museum complex featuring works by European and American masters including Botticelli, Rembrandt, Rubens, Degas, Renior, Picasso, and Homer.
Pember Museum of Natural History and Nature Preserve
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE! Nature strange and beautiful. Over 9,000 specimens in a historic Victorian museum. Ideal for family visits! Mammals, reptiles, birds and bugs. One of the largest collections in NY State. Educational and fun. FREE ADMISSION.
The World Awareness Children's Museum
The World Awareness Children's Museum brings our diverse world to children through our Museum play space, educational programs and international children's art exchange.
Fort Ticonderoga
Every day is an event at Fort Ticonderoga and every year is a new experience. Bring the family and experience history come alive by land and by water! Spend the day and discover all that Fort Ticonderoga has to offer. Open rain or shine!
Lake George Historical Association Museum
Old County Courthouse, Corner of Canada Amherst Streets
North Creek Depot Museum
The North Creek Depot Museum, located in the Adirondack Mountains, tells the history and heritage of the Adirondack railroads.
Rogers Island Visitors Center
Fort Edward and Rogers Island have been a great place for people to live for thousands of years. When you step inside the Visitors Center you will see exhibits on early native Americans, the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary time period.
Fort William Henry Museum
The Fort is open May to October, Sitting atop a small rise, Fort William Henry commanded the southern end of Lake George November 1755 to August 1757 during the French & Indian War. Guided tours are conducted every hour on the hour .