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Thank you for a great 2018 season! We are closed now and will re-open on Friday, May 24, 2019. Check our website for updates to our 2019 Event Calendar! A regional museum of history and art, the museum's 23 buildings and exhibitions are situated on...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812-7734
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The Blue Mountain Museum is a great place to spend a day in the Adirondacks, From the old time wooden boats to the rail car that the way the affluent people traveled and the great display of old photos, this is a must see place...More
Even my 7 year old Grandson was having an enjoyable time. This is such an awesome place to visit if you are any where near Blue Mountain Lake. The many displays give you a real history of the Adirondacks and I learned a great deal...More
Museums are very well done and are interactive. I even had fun on the rowing machine that simulated the action in a lake canoe. Would be a great educational experience for kids. Store was a little pricey. Definitely go to the restaurant and check out...More
This heitage site has multiple museums reflecting the history and art of the Adirondack region. Many high-tech interactive exhibits engage children, especially. I really enjoyed the “Peopled Wilderness” exhibit, which featured the art and voices of the Mohawk and Abenacki people. Our daughter tried her...More
This is an indoor/outdoor museum. One of the indoor exhibits all about the history of logging in the Adirondacks. Very Informative. Be sure you stop at the Bull Cottage, it's a little off the path but well worth the visit. It's an original Adirondack cottage...More
I've been here many times as a kid, and later we brought our kids, and now our teen and pre-teen grand kids. They have added and changed exhibits over the years, but it's always interesting, educational, fun, and now with lots of kid-friendly interactive exhibits....More
I have been here many times over the year, and used to go every year with my family when I was younger. A year or two ago they rebranded and opened new exhibits and I've been meaning to get back and check it out since....More
There's a lot to see here, displayed very nicely in a variety of settings. I thought I would spend a few hours here, but wound up spending more. They went the extra mile to make the exhibits varied and interesting. A nice hiking trail to...More
Haven't been here in quite awhile so jumped at the chance to drive up with a neighbor.What a great drive up route 28 from Warrensburg.mou rains pine trees and old quaint towns along route.We got in for Senior rate of 18.00,adults are 20.00.They give you...More
The timeframe for a visit to the Adirondack Experience can really vary based on ages and interests. A family could go through the new interactive exhibit building - Life in the Adirondacks in 1 1/2 hours or spend an entire... More
The timeframe for a visit to the Adirondack Experience can really vary based on ages and interests. A family could go through the new interactive exhibit building - Life in the Adirondacks in 1 1/2 hours or spend an entire day visiting the many buildings and enjoying the spectacular view. Our family visits the boat building every time. My son loves the logging building, too. A comment overheard in the ladies' room sums it up - "Grandma can we sleep here? I want to stay longer."
Hi, Julie, yes, most part of the campus are accessible, and staff members provide assistance where needed. Wheelchairs are available at admissions, and there are scooters available for rent. The path to the cafe... More
Hi, Julie, yes, most part of the campus are accessible, and staff members provide assistance where needed. Wheelchairs are available at admissions, and there are scooters available for rent. The path to the cafe overlooking the lake can be steep, and staff can help with pushing or golf-cart rides.