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All season long, the Adirondack Experience hosts a full calendar of events — from live music to lectures, rustic furniture fairs, antique shows and more.

 

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  • Watercolor painting, “Mcintyre Iron Works” by Herbert S. Kates, 1935. In the 1900s Kates and his brother left their native New York City for the mountains where they documented - in pen and ink, photograph, moving picture, and journal entries - their adventures climbing the Adirondack Mountains.
  • We had a great season with all of you who came to see us this summer. Thank you from all of us at the ADKX for visiting. We can’t wait to see you in Spring 2018!
  • Happy Friday! Our doors close for the season on Tuesday, Oct. 10th, AND we’re having our last ADK Park-Resident Free Day this Sunday, Oct. 8th. Come by & experience the adventure with us before we close!
  • It’s our last weekend open and what a great season it’s been! We’re already reminiscing about the great times we had at #theADKX this summer. What did you like most about your visit with us this year? Leave a comment and let us know!
  • We’re closing October 10th but the ADKX online shop is open year-round! With uniquely Adirondack products, there are plenty of gifts for everyone to enjoy.
  • Can you name this man? Here's a hint: He's an #adirondack legend who was one of the area's first guides that helped build many High Peaks trails that are still in use today.

This photo is from our Adirondack Scenery Glass Projector Slides Collection and was taken by Orson Schofield Phelps between 1890 and 1900.
  • "You can't fall if you don't climb, but there's no joy in spending your whole life on the ground." @labbenchestomountainledges Thank you for letting us feature this post on our page!
  • Happy Friday! Go out and experience the beauty in our Adirondack home this weekend.
  • We know we still have time, but we're starting to dream of winter and what our Adirondack backyards will look like covered in snow. What are you looking forward to this winter?

This print is by Amy Jones.

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