• Exhibits


    Experience Art in the North Country! Visit various museums and galleries in the Lake George & Adirondack Region of Upstate New York to find unique & varied art exhibitions & presentations including: drawings, paintings, prints, photographs, jewelry, master craftsmanships, textile collections, rustic furniture, historical artifacts, and assortments of collections by local artists, internationally recognized artists, and museum curators.

    lake george art exhibitions

    A collection of current & upcoming 2015 regional art exhibits have been compiled for you. They include a mixture of permanent and temporary exhibitions. For more art events, also check out the Antique and Art Events Page.

    Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts

    Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake
    (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org
    At the Arts Center Gallery and Consignment, artists exhibit in various media including sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, fiber arts, jewelry, glass, and photography in our five on-site galleries and in satellite galleries around the region. We also feature Shop the AC, an online gallery that sells unique, hand-made functional works of art made by local, regional, and national artists.

    Members Show 
(May 14th-June 13th)
    If you’re a member of the Arts Center and have artwork that you would like our community to see then this is the slot for you! Whether it be a photograph, a painting, a sculpture, woodwork, or anything in between! We would love to have it on exhibit here at the AC!

    Summer Session I 
(June 18th- July 18th)
     Anne Vaccaro-Back
    I have been spending time at Blue Mountain Lake since I was 6 months old when my parents started bringing me for vacations and I have found that my fascination with the beauty of the lake and surrounding area keeps growing. Every year I continue to discover how sculptural the mountains are, how the texture of the trees changes with the seasons, and how the miracle of the light and colors of the water and sky reflect the depths of the water.  I don’t presume that my artwork depicts the reality of the area. I do hope that my use of the natural materials of bark and twigs in conjunction with acrylic paint inspires the viewer to look at the landscape in a new way.

    Adirondack Museum

    Routes 28N & 30 • 9097 State Route 30
    Blue Mountain Lake
    (518) 352-7311. adirondackmuseum.org

    “Discover the history of the Adirondacks in one great outdoor museum.”

    Special Exhibits at the Museum:

    • Weaving a Legacy: Mohawk Basketry Traitions – An exhibition weaving together the stories of both baskets, and the basketmakers who create them. (May 22 – Oct. 12, 2015)
    • A sense of Place: Ellen Phelan’s Kenjockety – An exhibition of contemporary prints by artist Ellen Phelan, featuring landscapes and gardens from her Champlain estate. (May 22 – Oct. 12, 2015)
    • Arto Monaco and the Land of Makebelieve – View selections from the collections of Arto Monaco, one of the most influential theme park designers; exhibit includes objects from his “Land of Makebelieve” theme park, and personal items from his workshop & studio. (May 22 – Oct. 12, 2015)
    • Gone Camping: Outfitting the Adirondack Campsite -Tracing the evolution of camping equipment from the 1800’s through today. (May 22 – Oct. 12, 2015)
    • Sonic Hotel: Lost and Found Sounds of the Adirondacks – An immersive sound exhibition by composer John Morton inside a walk-through historic artifact. (May 22- Oct. 12, 2015)

    Special Online Museum Exhibits:

    • Common Threads: 150 Years of Adirondack Quilts & Comforters – Historical quilts from the museum’s textile collection, contemporary quilts, comforters, and pieced wall hangings on loan from regional quilters – online exhibit.
    • Collections Database Online – Search the museum’s online catalog of 30,000 records & images including historic artifacts, art & other materials (available thru December 2015).

    Permanent Exhibits:

    • Living with Wilderness & the Lynn Boillot Art Galleries – View more than 90 historic images known as the Photobelt; enjoy a large interactive map of the Adirondack Park.
    • Roads and Rails: Everyday Life in the Age of Horses – Introducing early transportation and community life. Exhibit includes: Private railroad car, mammoth snow roller, Concord stagecoach, the carriage that rushed Vice President Theodore Roosevelt to a train in North Creek the night President McKinley died, sleighs, buggies, a horse-drawn hearse, and many other vehicles, farming gallery, peddler’s wagon, and a complete blacksmith shop.
    • Boats & Boating in the Adirondacks – Illustrating the importance of boats for transportation and for leisure. View over 50 boats including guide boats & wooden canoes.
    • Work in the Woods: Logging in the Adirondacks – Exploring the history and traditions of the timber industry. Discover the tools used and species harvested in the Adirondacks and products made of wood. See what life was like in a logging camp and how the industry has changed.
    • Bull Cottage: Adirondack Rustic Furniture – Displaying important examples of Adirondack rustic furniture.
    • The Buck Lake Club: An Adirondack Hunting Camp – A unique 20th Century one-room log cabin used as a hunting camp.
    • The Log Hotel: Hotels, Camps and Adirondack Clubs – The 1876 Log Hotel’s lobby and a guest room will help visitors imagine the early days of tourism in the Adirondacks; enjoy artifacts that relate to travel, lodging, private camps and clubs.
    • Woods and Waters: Outdoor Recreation in the Adirondacks – Displays of hunting, fishing, camping and hiking equipment; explore outdoor recreation in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
    • The Great Outdoors – An exhibition just for children and families featuring hands-on discovery stations all about outdoor sports. Cook a meal over the campfire, take a nap in the tent, use snowshoes in the summer time or try rock climbing.
    • Outdoor Exhibits, Historic Buildings, and Scenic Spots –  “Outdoor Exhibits” and “Historic Buildings” includes:  Artists’ Cottage – Used as a summerhouse and is furnished with objects from the museum’s rustic furniture collection;  Sunset Cottage – a one-room cabin decorated with split-spruce pole siding;  Reising Schoolhouse – a one-room schoolhouse built in 1907 is now a family activity center offering games, toys and crafts from a by-gone era;  Whiteface Fire Tower – climb to the top of the Whiteface Fire tower for a spectacular view of the museum grounds and surrounding mountains and lakes.  “Scenic Spots” includes:  Marion River Carry Pavilion – home to demonstrations and activities, 1901 H.L. Porter Company Steam Engine and passenger car, the steam launch Ospey, and a unique diorama depicting turn-of-the century transportation system;  Rustic Gazebo – an open-air summerhouse from the Blue Mountain House Era;  Merwin Hill Pavilion – provides a shady resting spot and panoramic views;  Lake View Deck and Museum Gardens.

    Art in the Public Eye

    Downtown Glens Falls
    (518) 744-7471

    Art in the Public Eye is a not-for-profit organization that promotes cultural activities, public exhibitions, and local artists in the Glens Falls Region.

    • 24 Hour Playfest – Create, Compete & Collapse! 10 teams of one writer, one director and 3 or 4 actors are randomly selected and meet for the first time on Friday night 2/27.  A theme is announced and each team has one hour to meet before dispersing for the night.  Writers set to work writing a 10 minute play which is complete by 5 AM the next morning.  Directors and writers rehearse all day for an 8 PM performance on 2/28. Audience votes for the best play!
    •  Third Thursday Glens Falls Art Walks – Experience the Glens Falls arts scene by visiting different local & regional artist’s receptions & exhibitions of artwork in all mediums held at various traditional & non-traditional gallery locations in Downtown Glens Falls (June – August) 5-8pm.
    • Chalk Fest – A sidewalk painting celebration in August. Held at City Park, Glens Falls.
    • Gallery 99  – A temporary mobile art gallery during the month of February displaying & selling artwork for $99 or less. Held at 196 Glen Street, Downtown Glens Falls.

    Bolton Historical Museum

    4924 Main St., Bolton Landing
    (518) 644-9960.  boltonhistorical.org

    Learn about the history of Bolton Landing. Photographs and exhibits feature hotels, old tools, boats, ice harvesting equipment, local businesses, steamboats, camping, ice boats, vintage clothing, lakeside mansions, farm implements, schools and families. Many historic photographs were taken by Seneca Ray Stoddard and Fred Thatcher. A 1900 Smith-Granger rowboat and a steel sculpture by local artist David Smith are also on display.

    Museum Hours:

    • Spring: Open Weekends 9AM-4PM
    • Summer: Open Daily July 4 – Labor Day 9AM-4PM, and 7-9PM (but closed on Sunday Evenings).
    • Fall: Open Weekends 9AM-4PM

    Chapman Historical Museum

    348 Glen St., Glens Falls
    (518) 793-2826.   chapmanmuseum.org

    “Remembering the History of Glens Falls, Queensbury & the Southern Adirondacks.”

    • The Delong House – Guided & self guided tours of the late 19th century Glens Falls home (permanent exhibit).
    • Out to Work: The Transformation of Women’s Labor – This exhibit will examine the changing attitudes and gender roles in Glens Falls in the late 19th century. (May 15 – Oct. 11, 2015)
    • Stoddard Gallery: Camping in the Adirondacks – Images of camp life in the Adirondacks in the 1870’s and 1880’s taken by Seneca Ray Stoddard (Summer 2015)

    Crandall Public Library

    251 Glen Street, Glens Falls
    (518) 792-6508.   crandalllibrary.org

    Informational, educational & cultural exhibits for the public to view.

    Fort Ticonderoga

    Route 74 East /100 Fort Ti Rd., Ticonderoga
    (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org

    This 2,000 acre picturesque historic landscape alongside Lake George and Lake Champlain boasts many daily programs, activities, gardens, and museum exhibits for the entire family!

    • “Founding Fashion: The Diversity of Regularity in 18th-Century Military Clothing – View an array of important 18th-century items, many of which are one-of-a-kind survivors preserved only in the fort’s collections during the French & Indian War and Revolution. On display are clothing, related artwork, and archeological fragments which illustrate the diversity of clothing worn by the armies who served at Fort Ticonderoga.
    • Bullets & Blades: The Weapons of America’s Colonial Wars and Revolution – Fort Ticonderoga has been recognized for its extensive and encyclopedic collection of historic weapons. A staple of the museum’s exhibitions for the past 80+ years has been its displays of weapons of the colonial wars and Revolution. In recent years, significant additions have been made to the collection through strategic acquisition and major donations. Organized by theme, this exhibit explores the roles of military, civil, and hunting weapons in early American society and how through necessity and design, these weapons all came together to arm a fledgling American army struggling to become free. Located on the second floor of the soldiers’ barracks.
    • “It would make a heart of stone melt” Sickness, Injury, and Medicine at Fort Ticonderoga – Explores early medical theory, practice, and experience as each relates to the armies that served at Fort Ticonderoga in the 18th century. Medical care of troops was of paramount concern to the armies that sought to attack or defend Ticonderoga and each army had well-established medical systems. Organized into several sections, the exhibit presents an overview of medical practices, diseases of the army, and the treatment of wounds for the French, British, and American armies of the French & Indian War and American Revolution.
    • Pottery, Pork, and Pigeon: The 18th Century Menu at Fort Ticonderoga – Discover the variety of food consumed by troops during the French & Indian War and American Revolution; and view the ceramics, glass, cutlery and table wares used by the military.
    • New in 2015! 1756: The Front Line of New France – This exhibit will highlight the campaign of 1756 from the French perspective. using artifacts, archeological material, and hands-on reproductions, this exhibit will explore how the soldiers who fought for France’s empire were equipped with goods created by that empire.
    • New in 2015! Iron & Stone: Building Fort Carillon – This exhibit will explore the construction of Fort Carillion between 1755 – 1759. Hands-on components will allow visitors to see what it was like to be a mason at Fort Carillon.
    • New in 2015! Object Lessons: Perspectives on Material Culture – This exhibit offers a unique way to experience historical objects and will show how every object has many stories to tell.
    • New for 2015! Diorama-Rama: History in Miniature – Vivid three dimensional models reconstruct past events, buildings, people and things before there was computer simulation or film. Various dioramas depict Fort Ticonderoga at different times and this exhibit explores how our perspectives change about history over time.

    The Hyde Collection

    161 Warren Street, Glens Falls
    (518) 792-1761.  hydecollection.org

    Art Museum and Historic Hyde House, a 1912 American Renaissance mansion, that houses works in demand by museums from around the world, and hosts creative educational programs for children, families, adults and seniors.

    CLICK! Selections from the George Stephanopoulos Collection: Thirteen artists representing a wide range of artistic expression and subject matter – each image a masterwork of observation, vision and artful control of this seemingly simple but complex and intriguing medium. The George Stephanopoulos Collection was acquired by The Hyde in 2014 and is the first time these images will be shown to the public at The Hyde in a gallery setting. (March 21 – May 31, 2015)

    The Juried Show: The 24th Annual Regional Juried High School Exhibition features works from competing area students who hail from Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Hamilton, and Essex counties. Works are reviewed and selected by a jury composed of local art professionals.  (April 25 – May 31, 2015)

    •  The Late Drawings of Andy Warhol: 1973 – 1987 : More than any other medium, drawing was essential to Andy Warhol’s creative output. This exhibition, organized by The Andy Warhol Museum, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, offers fifty works during one of the most prolific periods of his life, employing a confident and fluid contour line to depicting some of the same motifs of his iconic paintings: celebrity portraits, flowers, and ads. Many of the drawings in this exhibition are on view to the public for the first time.  (June 21 – Sept. 27, 2015)

    Homer’s America: Winslow Homer (1836-1910) is one of the most admired American artists of the late nineteenth century. This exhibition offers two watercolors, one oil on panel, and twenty wood engravings, all from The Hyde’s permanent collection. (June 21 – Sept. 13, 2015)

    Audrey Flack: Transformed Drawings – Audrey Flack, a pioneer in Photorealism, is a nationally recognized painter, printmaker, and sculptor. The subjects of her hyper-real canvases often highlight women neglected or demonized by history.  (Sept. 26, 2015 – Jan. 3, 2016)

    Pulled, Pressed and Screened: 20th-Century American Prints – This exhibition of 50 American prints surveys the activities of artists who put their designs on paper during this exciting period. Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, Anne Ryan, Milton Avery, Dorothy Dehner, Robert Motherwell, Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and Richard Estes are a few of the artists represented in this exciting exhibition. Organized by the Syracuse University Art Collection. (Oct. 11, 2015 – Jan. 10, 2016)

    Lake George Arts Project

    1 Amherst Street, Lake George
    (518) 668-2616.  lakegeorgearts.org

    This local organization has been providing quality programs in the arts for Lake George region residents and visitors since 1977. All exhibits are displayed inside the Lake George Arts Project’s Courthouse Gallery:

    • Robert Gillie & Anthony Pezzula (May 2 – June 5)
    • “Climate Contemporary: Artists Respond to Climate Change” – Including artists Jackie Brookner, Diane Burko, Larry Brown, Rebecca Smith & Mike Glier. (July 11 – Aug. 14)
    • Abraham Ferraro (Sept. 26 – Oct. 30)
    • Hilary Lorenz (Nov. 14 – Dec. 18)

    Lake George Historical Association Museum & Bookstore

    In The Lake George Institute of History, Art & Science (formerly the Warren County Courthouse)
    290 Canada St., Lake George
    (518) 668-5044.  lakegeorgehistorical.org

    The history of the Lake George Region is well represented through exhibits found throughout the building and displayed by the Lake George Historical Association. Conveniently located directly in the heart of Lake George Village, the Lake George Historical Association Museum is a landmark destination for locals & vacationers to visit. For a detailed description of special exhibits that lie within the Lake George Historical Association Museum & Bookstore, please click here.

    Lower Adirondack Regional Area Council (LARAC)

    7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls
    (518) 798-1144. larac.org

    A non-profit organization that offers exhibits, workshops, demonstrations, lectures, readings, and events. Exhibits are displayed in the Lapham Gallery at LARAC:

    • LARAC Members Show – A non-juried showcase to feature the artistic talents of our LARAC Members. (May 22 – June 26)
    • Ancient Practices – Sculpture, batiks, & photographs that explore ancient beliefs, skills, and practices. Featuring artists Carol Law Conklin, Chuck Von Schmidt, and Sue Lezon. (July 10 – Aug. 7)
    • Re-Form-ed – Sculptures, digital art and paintings that explore organic and geometric shapes utilizing technology and traditional art making techniques. Featuring artists Sasson Kosian, Carol Radsprecher, and Adam Daily. (Aug. 21 – Sept. 18)
    • Annual Juried Exhibition: Realism vs Abstraction – A juried exhibition of selected works by regional and local artists. There are two categories for this year’s theme: artworks that depict and define realism or abstraction. (Oct. 2 – Oct. 30)

    North Country Arts Center

    • 6 Pine Street, Glens Falls (office)
    • 2nd Floor Gallery at City Hall – 42 Ridge St., Glens Falls
    • Art in Chestertown Gallery – 6378 State Route 9, Chestertown

    This non-profit cultural organization displays exhibits at a two locations. These exhibits change on a monthly basis and are available to local artists year round.

    The following exhibits are displayed in the 2nd Hall Gallery at City Hall on Ridge Street, Glens Falls:

    • Kate Hartley – Watercolors  (May 4 – 29, 2015)
    • Bernice Mennis & Chrissy Dittus  (June 1 – 26, 2015)
    • Rodney Bentley – Graphite/Charcoal (June 29 – July 31, 2015)
    • Jacquiline Touba & Serianne Nanson – Pen/Ink & Photography (August 3 – 28, 2015)
    • Ruth Crotty – Oils (August 31 – October 2, 2015)
    • Lacey Weigand – Photography (October 5 – 30, 2015)
    • North Country ARTS Members Show (November 2 – 27, 2015)

    The following exhibits are displayed in the Art in Chestertown Gallery at 6378 State Route 9 in Chestertown:

    North Creek Depot Museum

    5 Railroad Place, North Creek
    (518) 251-5842 northcreekdepotmuseum.com

    Local history & Heritage of the Adirondacks including the railroads, Teddy Roosevelt and skiing.

    • View “North Creek & the Adirondack Railroad” – a scale model exhibit built by Dunham Studios (Railroads on Parade).
    • Learn about the Adirondack Railroad and how it impacted the region.
    • Discover Theodore Roosevelt’s ride to the Presidency and how he affected American Life through his Presidency.
    • Experience the History of Snow Trains and how it led to the skiing at Gore Mountain.
    • Explore the history & impact of the D&H.

    Old Fort House Museum

    29 Broadway – Route 4, Fort Edward
    (518) 747-9600.  oldforthousemuseum.com

    Campus of historic buildings make up multiple permanent exhibits for visitors to enjoy including: The Old Fort House Museum, 1840 Tollhouse, Riverside School House, 1853 A. Dallas Wait Law Office, Cronkhite Pavilion, Water Works Barn, Doctors Apothecary Garden and Schoolhouse’s Privy.

    Old Fort House Museum Hours:

    • Open 1-5PM daily (June – August) – closed on National Holidays
    • Open 1-5PM Tuesdays – Sundays (September – mid October) – closed on National Holidays
    • Open year round by appointment

    Railroads on Parade

    7903 State Route 9, Pottersville
    (518) 623-0100. railroadsonparade.com

    A 5,000 square foot indoor exhibit includes six magical miniature worlds of model trains. View trains & trolleys, animation, neon signs, computerized day-night lighting, amazing scenery, and backdrops in this world-class million dollar exhibit.  Enjoy these exhibits on display:

    • The Station” – Take a trip along the Hudson River from NYC to the Catskills and into the Adirondacks.
    • The Hell Gate Bridge” – A 16 ft. reproduction of the famous Lionel toy train Hell Gate Bridge.
    • New York City Subways” – View the busy streets & subways of Manhattan.
    • 1939-40 World Fair” – A computer controlled miniature featuring the famed “Railroads on Parade” exhibition.
    • Prince Edward Island” – 140 square ft. exhibit featuring special buildings including Prince Edward Island Lighthouses.
    • Amazing World of Z” – An entire city displayed in less than 3 feet of space.

    Located on Route 9 in Pottersville –  take Exit 26 of I-87 (Adirondack Northway).

    Read more info on Railroads on Parades.

    Rogers Island Visitors Center

    11 Rogers Island Drive (Rte. 197), Fort Edward
    (518) 747-3693. rogersisland.org

    View historical displays, exhibits and archaeological artifacts on Fort Edward’s Native American inhabitants through the Revolutionary War at this base camp for the famous Robert Rogers. Three new exhibits:

    • Replica of Fort Edward: The Original Fort From the 1700s
    • Original Timbers From Fort Edward
    • An Anchor Exhibit

    Salem Art Works

    19 Cary Lane, Salem
    (518) 854-7674.  salemartworks.com

    An art center & sculpture park for emerging & established artists. Exhibits are displayed within two galleries:  1. Barn 2 Gallery (a converted dairy barn that shows various experimental contemporary art);  2. Cary House Gallery (A restored rustic farmhouse that houses avant-garde imagery of contemporary art):

    • Raw. Works – Craig Usher (May 30 – June 13, 2015)
    • Images Extracted From Nature – Ingrid Ludt & Angus Mccullough ( June 20 – July 18, 2015)
    • Young & Emerging Artists Exhibition – Session 1 (July 11, 2015)
    • Infinity of Layers – Roy Dawes, Terry Conrad & Mark Lorah (August 1 – 22, 2015)
    • Salem2Salem Exhibition – (August 15, 2015)
    • Triangle Workshop Exhibition – (September 5, 2015)
    • Young & Emerging Artists Exhibition – (September 9 – 30, 2015)
    • Ralph Caparulo & Sarah Pruiksma – (September 19 – October 17, 2015)


    The Shirt Factory

    71 Lawrence Street
    Corner of Lawrence & Cooper Streets, Glens Falls
    (518) 907-4478

    A community of artists, shoppes, services & galleries housed in the former McMullen-Leavens Shirt Factory. Visitors are invited to wander around & see artists’ studios, shop, take classes/workshops, and visit galleries. The Shirt Factory Gallery represents the tenants of The Shirt Factory and special guest artists, exhibiting their artwork and handmade work. Shirt Factory Shows:

    • Shirt Factory Themed Juried Show – (exhibits August 22 – September 27, 2014)
    • Juried High School Invitational – (exhibits October 10 – November 8, 2014)
    • 2014 Shirt Factory Artists’ Holiday Show – Shop for affordable handcrafted gifts (November 22 – January 2015)

    While at The Shirt Factory, visit the following art studios & galleries:

    • Adirondack Quilts
    • eclectique: Beads, Gifts & More
    • Kate Boyle Studio
    • Moss and Friends Fabric Art Studio & Shop
    • Saunder Gallery of Fine Art/ bjsartworks Framing Gallery Studio
    • Thomson Gallery: pottery, painting & more
    • Shirt Factory Gallery

    Slate Valley Museum

    17 Water St., Granville
    (518) 642-1417. slatevalleymuseum.org

    Enjoy a variety of special events, programs, and exhibits that talks, shows & informs the public about the geology of slate, the history of slate quarrying, and the life of the quarrying community in the New York and Vermont Slate Valley Region.

    • Slate as Muse National Art Exhibition – View works by 19 national artists who integrated the historical interpretation of the Slate Valley with visual arts via their sculptures, paintings, photography & mixed media (exhibits June 6 – November 7, 2014).
    • The Dream and the Reality: Immigration and Assimilation in the Slate Valley of New York & Vermont, 1840 to Present – Learn how immigrants to Slate Valley helped the slate industry into a booming business (permanent exhibit).
    • Heavy Lifting: Human and Technological History of Moving Slate from Quarry to Market, 1850 to Present (permanent exhibit).
    • Neil Rappaport Photographs: Documentary Photographs of Slate Company Workers in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s (permanent exhibit).

    Tannery Pond Community Center/ Widlund Gallery

    228 Main St., North Creek
    (518) 251-2505  tpcca.org

    Provides educational, cultural & social programs, events & exhibits to the public. All art is exhibited in the Widlund Gallery at the Tannery Pond Community Center (10AM-4PM):

    • Moods of the Wilderness – Photography by David Avigdor (exhibits September 27 – October 22, 2014).
    • Along the Trail – Watercolor paintings by Ken Wheeler (exhibits September 27 – October 22, 2014).
    • Johnsburg Fine Arts Group – Mixed media (exhibits October 25 – November 19, 2014).
    • H20 Colors – Mosaics by Kate Hartley (exhibits October 25 – November 19, 2014).
    • Helene Goodman – Polymer clay jewelry & more (exhibits October 25 – November 19, 2014).
    • Dennis Wilson – Basswood chip carvings (exhibits October 25 – November 19, 2014).
    • Upper Hudson Valley Watercolor Society – Watercolor paintings (exhibits November 22, 2014 – January 1, 2015).

    Town of Chester Library

    Main St. (Route 9), Chestertown
    (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org

    Various artists’ works are exhibited on a monthly basis in both the Ruplin Gallery and in the Display Case at the Town of Chester Library.


    Warrensburgh Museum of Local History

    3754 Main Street, Warrensburg
    (518) 623-2928 www.whs12885.org

    Learn about the history of Warrensburg (people, places & events) through artifacts, photographs & exhibits. Young and old-alike will enjoy these exhibits that include period clothing, school & church history, logging & farming tools, and items from 1850 – 1950 (Warrensburg’s “Golden Age”).

    2014 Exhibits:

    • Community Safety: Fire, EMS and Police – The history of the development of these three public safety organizations, and the Warrensburg people who made them happen (exhibits June 29 – October 15, 2014).  Opening reception on Sunday, June 29, 1-3PM.
    • Dressed for the Holidays and My Collection – Annual celebration of the holiday traditions and the seasonal wardrobe changes that accompany it.  This year’s special exhibit will present a sampling of personal collections, all on loan from local collectors, including toy trains, toothpick holders, Delft miniatures, and many more (exhibit December 6, 2014 – January 14, 2015).  Opening receptions on Dec. 6 & 7, 10AM – 4PM.

    Past Events:

    • Dollhouses & Room Boxes – View over 20 examples of “room boxes” detailed furnishings loaned to the museum by area residents (exhibited December 7, 2013 through January 15, 2014).
    • Warrensburgh Bicentennial: 200 years of Progress – Narrative, photos & artifacts depicting people, places and events over the past two centuries; a celebration of Warrensburg’s Bicentennial (exhibited in 2013).
    • Local Agriculture: The Past 200 Years – Warrensburgh Museum travels through history to explore the drastic transformation of its agricultural landscape. These lands that continue to feed us today were also cultivated by some of the regions’ first settlers, and were transformed by industry to supply larger regional and even national populations. Today, a resurgence in local and sustainable food systems is once again changing how we use the lands of our forebears (exhibited in 2012).

    Hours:  Year Round
    Sundays 1-3PM
    Wednesdays 12-4PM
    Saturdays 11AM-3PM (Memorial Day thru Columbus Day)

    World Awareness Children’s Museum

    89 Warren Street, Glens Falls
    (518) 793-2773.  worldchildrensmuseum.org

    The Museum’s permanent interactive hands-on exhibitions “Go! Where Children Discover the World.” These fun, educational & interactive exhibits focus on home and family life, music, world fashion, money and marketplaces, art and artifacts from around the world. Kids will be able to immerse themselves in other cultures through hands-on multicultural activities and connect with other international kids through art, costumes, traditions, and face-to-face via computers. Discovery guides and special activities & programs are offered.

    The following are the World Awareness Children’s Museum’s hands-on art exhibits:

    • One World Gallery – Experience unique art & artifacts; view projected images of the international youth art collection.
    • Kids Connect – Learn about world culture via videos & computer programs.
    • World Music – Play interesting instruments.
    • The Marketplace – Find textiles, traditional clothing, produce, etc. in the Nigerian Marketplace.
    • Home & Family Life – Discover the Japanese traditions.
    • World Fashion – Browse through the costumes & clothing from around the world.
    • Globe Theater – Use the stage to learn traditional dances.
    • Count Me In – Learn about coins & stamps from around the world.
    • Experience Gallery – Paddle the imaginary water on the dragon boat.
    • Express Yourself Art Studio – Use crafts, art supplies & books of folktales to express yourself.


    This page includes all exhibits through the 2014 season.

    Also check out Past Exhibits from past years.

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