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NIAGARA FALLS 2022
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Cultural Heritage in The Adirondacks

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Adirondack Scenic Rail Road
The Adirondacks
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Hop aboard the Adirondack Scenic Railroad at Utica Station or Thendara Station to enjoy an excursion guaranteed to reawaken all of your senses.
Adirondack Artists Guild
The Adirondacks
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Located in the heart Saranac Lake village, the gallery showcases unique, one-of-a-kind artworks in oil, watercolor, acrylic, photography, fiber art, ceramic art, and jewelry.
Have Fun at The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake
The Adirondacks
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Christened "the best of its kind in the world," The Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake is an "Adirondack Must-See."
Adirondack Hatchery
The Adirondacks
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Located approximately 12 miles from the village of Saranac Lake, this facility specializes in rearing landlocked Atlantic salmon for statewide distribution.
Autumn Outing on the Raquette River
The Adirondacks
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This autumn, join a NYS Licensed Guide and Wild Center Naturalist on an interpretive canoe paddle along the Raquette River’s oxbow.
Catch a Fall Foliage Ride on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad
The Adirondacks
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Hop aboard the Adirondack Scenic Railroad and travel through forests and over rivers and streams to see the Adirondack's stunning colors.
Chateaugay Hatchery
The Adirondacks
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Chateaugay Hatchery has a very diverse rearing program which includes lake trout, brown trout, rainbow trout and brook trout
Fort Ticonderoga
The Adirondacks
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Every day promises to be an event as the 2,000-acre Fort Ticonderoga boasts to be the only site in America that tells a new story each year through dynamic historical interpretation and exhibitions.
 
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