Tupper Lake Museums are three museums in the Tupper Lake area.
Heritage Gallery of Tupper Lake, Old and new photos plus memorabilia from Tupper Lake History. Will open the summer of 2006 M-Fri and by appointment. Gallery of Beth Joseph Synagogue 518-572-1644.
Piercefield Museum, Tools and implements of service industries of the past are on view. A variety of photos, maps, books on area services. Dishes and silverware from hotels are displayed. The period covered is from 1860-present.
Open during the summer and for appointments. Piercefield Town Office, 2nd Floor. (Less than 10 miles from Tupper Lake) 518-359-9656.
THE W!LD CENTER/NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF THE ADIRONDACKS
The new Wild Center is a key stop on any trip to the Adirondacks. This major new Museum and its 31-acre campus lets you see the natural world in fascinating new ways.
Unusual features include a living brook flowing around the Museum’s Hall of the Adirondacks, an indoor wetland connected to a living marsh outside, an indoor waterfall, towering glacial ice wall, wide-screen theater, and indoor trail leading from an Adirondack Lean-to to a replica of the summit of a High Peak.
Campus includes trails with frontage on a wild and scenic river. Living exhibits contain river otters, birds, amphibians and fish. High definition state-of-the-art technologies let visitors explore the Adirondack environment with extraordinary depth and richness.
Natural History Museum, 45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake, New York.
Memorial Day to Columbus Day 10-6pm Daily. Admission fee.
wildcenter.org Natural History Museum
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Enjoy your visit to one of the Tupper Lake Museums.