Tag Archives: Adirondack
Posted on21. May, 2012 by Anthony.
At the The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, New York you can immerse yourself (without needing to get wet) into the underwater world of Adirondack wildlife. The Living River flows around the main exhibit hall and is filled with brook trout and other species of fish. Also on display are many other forms of flora […]
Posted on17. May, 2012 by Anthony.
One of the highlights of our trip to the Adirondack Wild Center in Tupper Lake, New York was having the chance to see this beautiful owl up close. Many other guests of the Wild Center, young and old, gathered with us to see this wonderful creature and learn about things like how it is able […]
Posted on15. May, 2012 by Anthony.
On a recent trip back home from the Adirondack Wild Center in Tupper Lake we stopped off at the scenic overlook in Newcomb, New York. From this point you used to be able to see many of the Adirondack high peaks. However, now, much of view is obstructed by tall trees and only the highest […]
Posted on15. Nov, 2011 by Anthony.
The Concord Stagecoach is one of the many stagecoaches on display at the Adirondack Museum. While a stagecoach like this may have been used to transport guests to and from their hotel other stagecoaches on exhibit at the museum were used for racing, transporting the sick or dead, or simply as a means of transportation […]
Posted on01. Nov, 2011 by Anthony.
Step inside and take look around this cozy lakeside, platform tent. Imagine what life may have been like in the 1800’s and picture yourself fishing just beyond the porch of this tent. The 360 degree image in this single scene virtual tour was was captured during a beautiful, fall day at the Adirondack Museum. To […]
Posted on28. Oct, 2011 by Anthony.
This exhibit at the Adirondack Museum almost makes you feel like your standing in an actual blacksmith’s shop. Experience this 360 degree view by clicking the image above. See what the workspace and tools of a metal forger were like and view the results of the blacksmith’s handy work in everything from horseshoes to wagon […]
Posted on23. Oct, 2011 by Anthony.
Have you ever wanted to climb an actual Adirondack fire tower? At the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, NY you can climb the tower that once stood atop Whiteface Mountain, enjoy some breath-taking views and learn some Adirondack history too. During a recent, fall season, trip to the Adirondack Museum the team from Samurai […]