Places & Things To See in the Lake George Region!
With all that there is to do here, we can often miss out on visiting some other truly unique places & interesting things to see – including parks, markers & monuments, battlefields, canals, forts, bike trails, bridges, historical centers, popular festivals, venues, museums, lakes, rivers, certain attractions and much more. Search out this eclectic “Have You Seen?” list, which also includes select popular Lake George landmarks, and be sure to click on any specific one for more detailed information.
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Scenic Cruise Ship at Shoreline Cruises in Lake George.
Annual 4 day festival of hot air balloons in Queensbury, Glens Falls & Lake George.
Experience the history and heritage of the Adirondack North Country.
The largest park preserve in the U. S. comprising of 6 million acres.
The United State’s 1st aerial adventure course.
See monkeys, parrots, peackcocks, camels, lynx, bearcats, bears & more!
Small Lake George Village park overlooking the lake.
Historical location in Lake George.
Visit this beautiful vacation town on Lake George.
Relive the history of 200 years ago.
60 mile canal system where vessels pass through a series of locks.
Performance & concert venue in Glens Falls.
19th century covered bridges on the National Register of Historic Places.
Serving residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga & Hamilton Counties since 1893.
Visit this French-Canadian fortification built 1734-1737 in the So. Champlain Valley.
Part of the 524 miles of New York’s canals.
Relive epic history at America’s fort!
Visit a restored 18th century log fortress built during the French & Indian War.
Explore the site of the largest Garnet Crystals in the world.
Visit where Ulysses S. Grant spent the last weeks of his life in 1885.
A 29 miles picturesque Adirondack lake made by man in the 1920’s.
Look into the Adirondack’s natural history & beauty.
Explore Lake George’s 1st wax museum & haunted attraction
Follow the road markers to take an historic 1775 trip.
Cruise beautiful Lake George aboard this impressive excursion vessel.
The one and only “Queen of American Lakes.”
35 acre park and historical landmark in Lake George Village.
Large venue for programs, events, entertainment, sports, conventions & more.
Lake George Village reveals a new makeover for the 2011 season.
Information center for tourists directly in Lake Georg Village.
Local non profit group provides concerts, performances, art programs and exhibits.
350 acre public recreation area.
1700 foot walkway along Lake George in the village.
Popular public state beach in Lake George Village.
Cruise Lake George aboard the popular Sternwheel Steamboat vessel.
Cruise Lake George aboard the oldest continuously operated vessel on Lake George.
Entertainment in Shepard Park on Mondays.
Discover the oldest rock in North America & largest marble cave entrance in the east!
Take a self-guided auto tour of the French & Indian War & Revolutionary War sites.
Protects 681,000 acres of state-owned land in the Adirondack Mountains.
Hike or drive-up this popular landmark to view beautiful panoramic 100 mile views.
These Lake George Village docks provide parking spaces for boats.
Magical Miniature World of Model Train Exhibits
Site of the large British encampment during the French & Indian War.
Meet Santa and his helpers and this winter wonderland.
Visit the baths that have been popular for centuries due to its therapeutic & health benefits.
Enjoy the many mineral water springs throughout the city of Saratoga Springs.
Popular historic park in Saratoga Springs offers activities, programs, tours & visitor center.
home of the NYC Ballet & Philadelphia Orchestra and music venue to big artists & bands.
Restored home of Revolutionary War Commander General Phillip Schuyler built in 1777.
Northeast’s most natural cavern offering underground adventures for all.
popular park, concert venue & beach area in the heart of Lake George Village.
artist studios, shoppes, galleries & services in a historic factory in Glens Falls.
Victorian Gothic-style mansion built in 1874 overlooking the village of Whitehall, New York.
Stocks Adirondack lakes, ponds & streams with their rainbow & brook trout fish.
Professional creative artists take residency at this 400 acre estate in Saratoga Springs.