We know how it is. You’ve tried the tour and now your appetite is whetted and you want more. Luckily we’re not the only game in town when it comes to peddling a little regional history. Here are a few of our favorite nearby places to get a history fix.
Lake George Historical Association Museum – – Located in Lake George Village in the historic Warren County Courthouse. Founded in 1895, the association cares for a large collection of historical artifacts and is available to walk through by donation.
Chapman Museum – – Museum and historic house. Rotating and permanent exhibits about regional history including tourism, lifestyle, culture and art.
Fort William Henry – – Rebuilt fort from the French & Indian War era. If you took our tour we pointed it out to you. Strategically located at the southern end of Lake George. Offering military demonstrations and a museum.
North Creek Depot Museum – – Museum at the train station where Theodore Roosevelt first learned he was President of the United States. Specializing in the history of transportation in the area with a focus on railroads.
Fort Ticonderoga – – An important site during the French & Indian War (then called Fort Carillon) located at the Southern end of Lake Champlain about an hour north of Lake George Village.