Speckling the shimmering expanse of the St. Lawrence River are hundreds of picturesque isles known as the Thousand Islands, a superb setting for leisurely boat sight-seeing cruises out to historic atrractions or a longer stay in a local cottage.
From wilderness living to a logger's life, wooden canoes to hunting cabin, the permanent exhibits at the Adirondack Museum gives visitors an educational glimpse of life in this beautiful northern region. Venture outdoors to try your hand at cooking over a campfire, clomping about in snowshoes or rock-climbing and be sure to catch a Cabin Fever Sunday program in the museum's auditorium during winter months. Even those who have thoroughly explored the permanent collection will want to check back each year to see what's new in the special exhibit space, where the focus ranges from maps to quilts and fine art.
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