Lake George has always been an incredible destination for history lovers. The area is rich in battlefields, monuments, and more. Some of these pieces of the past even lurk beneath the tranquil lake waters, such as the sunken radeau warship, the Land Tortoise, which rests in a watery grave 107 feet below the surface.
Now, guests will have the opportunity to learn more about the area’s rich past at the Lake George Visitor Interpretive Center, a brand-new addition to the historic attractions in the area. At the Visitor Center, various attractions and exhibitions will be displayed for guests to peruse at their leisure, and staff with a profound knowledge about the region will be available to answer questions and share interesting tidbits with anyone who asks.
You’re not going to want to miss out on the new Lake George Visitor Interpretive Center! Guests can visit anytime from now until Columbus Day/Indigenous People Day Weekend.
Interested in learning more about the history of Lake George? You can take the self-guided Colonial Wars Walking Tour any time!