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Adirondack Experience

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  • Your Adirondack experience awaits! 24 buildings, 121 acres, 40,000 square feet of engaging exhibitions. One of America's finest outdoor museums and called, "the best of its kind in the world," by the New York Times, the Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake is an "Adirondack must-see" Path Through History attraction. The Adirondack Experience’s campus features exhibitions in modern galleries and historic buildings from around the Park. The museum experience includes something for everyone, including the new 19,000 square foot exhibition Life in the Adirondacks. Explore the region's iconic boats, Native American arts, rustic furniture, sporting equipment, and art inspired by the mountainous landscape. Step inside a nineteenth-century hotel. Climb a fire tower. Feed the trout. Hike to historic Minnow Pond. Write on a slate in a one-room schoolhouse. There's more to discover around every corner! With hands-on traditional workshops, special events like the Rustic Furniture Fair, Museum Monday Nights through July and August, hikes to historic Minnow Pond, the Lake View Cafe, the ADKX Store, and so much more, a day at the museum promises an Adirondack experience unlike any other. The Online Museum Store is always open, and shipping daily, at theADKXstore.com. The Adirondack Experience is open for it's 60th season now through October. The museum is open 7 days a week, including holidays, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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