Plan Your Visit

We Can’t Wait to See You in 2022!

Come visit us next year in the heart of the Adirondacks for a truly unique experience. With more than 20 buildings nestled across 120 acres overlooking Blue Mountain Lake, our open-air campus offers everyone something to do. Step into the rich history of this region as you row an authentic guideboat, break up a logjam, climb a classic ADK fire tower, or enjoy a family-friendly hike to Minnow Pond.

We encourage you to review our COVID Courtesy Code and KNOW BEFORE YOU GO FAQs before reserving tickets.

Free Parking

There is an abundance of free parking at ADKX.  A convenient electric charging station is available, first come, first served.

How Long to Stay

Our campus offers more than 20 buildings and structures spanning approximately 121 acres. Visitors can often spend a few hours at a single exhibit, while others may explore at a more rapid pace. We recommend a visit of at least 4 hours to experience the ADKX.

What to Bring

Visitors who plan on enjoying our outdoor activities are encouraged to bring water bottles, sunscreen, snacks, etc. (Please note all food and beverages should be stored or left outside when entering exhibits.)

Where to Eat

Eat right here on the premises at the Lake View Cafe’ and take in the beautiful views of Blue Mountain Lake. Due to a staff shortage our Café hours for the remainder of the season will be 11am – 2pm each day, offering a limited menu. We thank you for your understanding.


The ADKX is closed for the remainder of 2021 but check back often for updates about our 2022 season!



Youth (6-17) & Students with Valid ID

Seniors (65 & over)

Children 5 & Under
Museum Members
Active Military & Veterans (please show ID for admission)

ADKX is pleased to welcome year-round Adirondack Park residents, with free admission on the second and fourth Sunday each month.

Campus Map

2021 Season Brochure


WiFi is available in most areas throughout the main campus.  Cell phone service is strongest in the central campus area and may not be available on hiking trails.


We make every effort to ensure our visitors have an enjoyable visit. Wheelchairs, wheeled walkers, and strollers are available on a first come, first served basis.

Visiting with Pets

Service animals are welcome. Pets and emotional support animals are not permitted on campus.

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Support the Rich History of the Adirondack Region