Explore the Adirondack Park's natural history at this unique, celebrated and family-friendly museum in Tupper Lake, NY.
The Adirondacks' six million acres beckon with adventure for families, couples and the daredevil thrill seekers whose idea of fun includes an ice pick or a parachute.
Enjoy your journey to the fullest with our travel itineraries for new vacation ideas, getaways during holidays, interesting routes and new avenues of exploration.
For the Adventurer: Enjoy a seasonal sampling of adventurous things to do in the Adirondacks – from scuba diving in the St. Lawrence River and rock climbing in Lake George.
For the Leisure Traveler: Find a kaleidoscope of ideas to choose from such as bird watching and maple syrup making, as well as outdoor theater and fall foliage tours and events that allow you to participate at your own pace.
For the History Buff: If the obscure, archaic and mysterious is your forte, explore the past and drive along an All-American Road for great views for easy access to some of the region's best restaurants, and museums.
For the Art Lover: Discover the Adirondacks' rich and varied enclave of artists and craftsmen and tour through museums and galleries for a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the movers and shakers who once, and some who still do, call the region home.
For the Explorer: Carve your own way on the Adirondack Trail and explore this New York State Scenic Byway by car, bike or motorcycle to find sights to inspire, museums to excite and hiking trails to conquer.
For the Agritourist: Follow the western edge of the Adirondacks' Blue Line on the Black River Trail to explore the region's farmland, home to massive maple syrup and cream cheese operations, as well as Singer Castle on Dark Island and Amish farms.
For the Sports Enthusiast: Stand in the arena where the "Miracle On Ice" of the 1980 Winter Olympic Games happened, visit Ausable Chasm, ski Whiteface Mountain or go ice-skating on the Olympic Oval on Main Street.