Adirondack History Museum

 

Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2021seasonal exhibits include:

"Gone Fishin' - A History of Fishing in the Adirondacks"

“A Woman’s View – Recognizing Artists in the Adirondacks,” which is part of the museum’s celebration of 100 years of Woman’s Suffrage, according to the museum’s website.

“American Women Win the Vote,” highlights the fight for women’s suffrage and women winning the right to vote throughout the Unite States with the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920.

In recognition of the museum fire tower turning 100 years old, “Adirondack Fire Towers” explores this history of the towers and observers stationed at them.

The exhibit features a climbable fire tower.

Special programming is held throughout the season, so check the Museum’s web site out for their full schedule.

The Brewster Library research center houses a collection of rare books, maps, newspapers, photographs, census records, company ledgers, and other materials, and is open by appointment.

Hours of operation:

Open Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day Weekend,  Wednesday- Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Sunday 12-4 p.m.
Note: There is an admission fee to enter the museum. Adults: $5, Seniors: $4, Student: $2; Ages 6 and under free

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