Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week, including holidays, from late May to mid-October.
The museum's 24 indoor and outdoor exhibit spaces are situated on 32 landscaped acres, offering spectacular mountain and lake views. Extensive collections give visitors the opportunity to experience how people have lived, worked, traveled and played in the Adirondacks. Exhibit themes include: boats and boating, land transportation, outdoor recreation, the environment, logging, rustic traditions, fine arts, and tourism.
Interactive discovery centers and hands-on activities abound throughout the museum, making the museum a fun place for families with children to play and learn. Watch the Boatbuilder-in-Residence construct a traditional Adirondack guideboat, take part in a workshop, feed the fish, or participate in a field trip.
Services at the Adirondack Museum include the Lake View Café overlooking pristine Blue Mountain Lake. Picnic areas are scattered throughout the grounds. Be sure to visit the Adirondack Museum Store for a variety of Adirondack related gifts.