The Adirondack Museum has been collecting for more than fifty years and will continue to collect into the future. The collections are as varied and diverse as the Adirondacks themselves. Each artifact represents a small piece of the Adirondack story.
Three collections – fine art, decorative art, and photography – combine to create the largest repository of Adirondack art in the North Country.
Featuring artifacts related to domestic work and homemaking; work, commerce, trades, and professions.
Over a dozen historic structures from throughout the Adirondack North Country have been relocated to the museum grounds.
Telling the stories of outdoor life in the Adirondack Mountains.
Vehicles and watercraft used to travel to and through the Adirondacks.