- The list below includes 67 free or cheap things to do in or near Lake George, New York, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Arcades, Mini Golf, Hiking Trails and Specialty Museums.
- From Lake George to Buck mountain hiking trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lake George and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls, Bolton Landing and Queensbury.
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250 Rudy Chase Dr, Ste 2, Schenectady, NY 12302 MoreLess Info
Empire State Aerosciences Museum is a cultural resource located at the site of the former General Electric Flight Test Center. The Museum offers various educational experiences, including interpretive exhibits, a collection of restored aircraft and an aviation library.
There are a large number of prints that visitors can view at Normal Rockwell Museum that document the history of both Rockwell and 20th century America. Prints are available at the gift shop, which offers framing.
With over 60,000 artifacts, the Noteworthy Indian Museum weaves a story of the history of the local Mohawk Indians. Collections include cultural items such as baskets and clay pots, some dating up to 12,000 years old.
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14 E Main St, Downtown Riverfront, Amsterdam, NY 12010 MoreLess Info
La Piazza Social Club is a 21 and over membership club focusing on creating a relaxed and social atmosphere for the enjoyment of high quality cigars along with offerings from their full service bar.
Commemorating the great 1900's educator, The Walter Elwood Museum has preserved and collected many natural history items and ethnographic items from every corner of the world. Some exhibits include 'The Influence of Factories on a Community,' a Victorian exhibit, and many natural history exhibits.
Pam's Pub is as friendly as Pam, the owner. The pub features TGIF fish-fry Fridays, Karaoke nights, Trivia night, Sunday football on a number of tv's and frequent live local and visiting musicians. The bar's kitchen serves American fare.
A small, discount theater that features balcony seating, the Scotia Cinema screens both first-run and classic movies. It offers bargains on tickets and concessions, and provides a quirky, vintage atmosphere for moviegoers.
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32 Washington Avenue, Schenectady, NY 12305 MoreLess Info
The Schenectady History Museum features many events, programs, and activities throughout the year to teach guests about local history. Events include the Mabee Farm CanalFest, Festival of Trees, and Genealogy Day.