Experience the adventure.

Discover the stories.

Connect with nature.

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Experience the story of the Adirondacks — yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

The Adirondack Museum tells the story of the region’s people and their unique bond with the wilderness. Come and discover how they lived, worked, traveled, and played. Learn about their rich tradition of progress and preservation. And see it all through interactive, hands-on experiences that bring the spirit of the Adirondacks to life.

Museum Hours

10am–5pm daily

Open May 20 through October 10


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Visiting the Museum

Upcoming Events

September 10–11

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

29th Annual Rustic Furniture Fair

Visit the museum during this festival weekend and you’ll see unique interpretations of classic and contemporary rustic art presented in handcrafted furniture, furnishings, and Adirondack paintings.

September 17–18

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Antiques Show and Sale

Browse and shop! Dealers in quality antiques and art from across the U.S. feature antiques at home in the Adirondacks. You will see camp, cottage, and Mission furniture; historical fine art; rare books; antique sporting goods; militaria; folk art; vintage boats; taxidermy; quilts; oriental rugs; Native American jewelry and crafts; and much more.

October 1

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

FallFest and Fiber Arts Fair

Celebrate autumn in the Adirondacks with fabulous fiber arts and fall fun for the whole family!

Making a difference for generations to come.

This is a very exciting time for the Adirondack Museum. From enhancing the campus to transforming exhibition spaces, “For Generations” is not only the largest campaign in our museum’s 59-year history, it magnifies the stories of the Adirondack people in a way that has never been seen before.

The world’s greatest museums stay great because they change with the times — recognizing that visitors crave new experiences. With your help, the Adirondack Museum can take a giant step forward. Together, we can continue to tell the stories of the Adirondacks and influence future generations.
Your support will:

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