25 Interesting Historical Sites to Explore in the Lake George, NY Region
The Lake George, NY area is full of American History and American Heritage sites. It was a hotly contested area during the French and Indian War when Britain and France fought for control of the American Colonies.
The 50 cannons brought from Ticonderoga drove the British out of Boston early in the American Revolution, even before the Declaration of Independence was signed. A world class art gallery lies in Glens Falls. A wonderful natural history museum is in Granville. And, the oldest intact warship in American, the Land Tortoise, is in Lake George; literally IN Lake George. But unless you know about them, and how to get there, all of this American Heritage is lost to you.
So we put together a great book featuring 25 of these great areas and the stories behind them. Get out and enjoy these sites for a day trip, or just an afternoon. Broken down by access exits off the Northway (I-87) our explicit directions will get you there. So order a copy now for you, or for your family when they visit, and reclaim the heritage of this great area as your own.