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Lake George Scenic Power Boat Private Tour

Lake George Scenic Power Boat Private Tour - Lake George, New York
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Lake George, New York

From USD
$29.50

Explore the Queen of American Lakes and escape to the water on a powerboat for this 1 to 4 hour private sightseeing tour. With a wide variety of pick-up locations by boat around Lake George you'll climb aboard a 25 foot Chaparral or 26 foot Cobalt powerboat cruiser and get one of a kind, up close view of beautiful Lake George ... More info ›

Explore the Queen of American Lakes and escape to the water on a powerboat for this 1 to 4 hour private sightseeing tour. With a wide variety of pick-up locations by boat around Lake George you'll climb aboard a 25 foot Chaparral or 26 foot Cobalt powerboat cruiser and get one of a kind, up close view of beautiful Lake George. From a leisurely ride, historic tour or romantic cruise your captain has you covered.

This 1 to 4 hour private sightseeing tour creates a truly memorable experience for everyone aboard. Passengers can choose a wide variety of pick-up locations around Lake George by boat, and the tour begins after a chat with your captain. Your tour will be customized to your interests whether you choose to sit back for a leisurely ride with your family, would like to gain a historical perspective of the lake or have a quiet romantic cruise. Your captain can also advise you on excellent places to dine, take you to a private place to swim and sun or even cliff jump!

The options are endless and your captain is happy to accommodate!

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Lake George Music Festival Pass

Lake George Music Festival Pass - Lake George, New York

Duration: 14 days
Location: Lake George, New York

From USD
$200.00

The Lake George Music Festival is reinventing the meaning of the phrase cultural destination.

Every August, top-notch classical and “new music” performers and composers from around the world descend upon the region for two weeks, sharing the fruits of their talent and hard work through traditional and experimental concerts, open rehearsals, public receptions, and informational talks—all held at an inviting and ever evolving range of venues throughout the community.

What makes this festival transformative isn’t just that it attracts so many world-class performers and composers, but also that its organizers make it a priority to cultivate an invigorating spirit of cooperation and camaraderie among the musicians, local residents, and summertime visitors.

Every August, emerging young professionals and celebrated artists from around the world retreat to Lake George, NY for the Lake George Music Festival. For two weeks, our roster presents traditional and experimental concerts, open rehearsals, public receptions, and informational talks—all held at an inviting and ever evolving range of venues throughout the community—from church to outdoor amphitheater, from art gallery to auditorium, from hotel rooftop to steamboat on the lake.

Programs are tantalizingly diverse and span solo piano and chamber music to large orchestral works ... More info ›

The Lake George Music Festival is reinventing the meaning of the phrase cultural destination.

Every August, top-notch classical and “new music” performers and composers from around the world descend upon the region for two weeks, sharing the fruits of their talent and hard work through traditional and experimental concerts, open rehearsals, public receptions, and informational talks—all held at an inviting and ever evolving range of venues throughout the community.

What makes this festival transformative isn’t just that it attracts so many world-class performers and composers, but also that its organizers make it a priority to cultivate an invigorating spirit of cooperation and camaraderie among the musicians, local residents, and summertime visitors.

Every August, emerging young professionals and celebrated artists from around the world retreat to Lake George, NY for the Lake George Music Festival. For two weeks, our roster presents traditional and experimental concerts, open rehearsals, public receptions, and informational talks—all held at an inviting and ever evolving range of venues throughout the community—from church to outdoor amphitheater, from art gallery to auditorium, from hotel rooftop to steamboat on the lake.

Programs are tantalizingly diverse and span solo piano and chamber music to large orchestral works. There are fresh interpretations of the classics—from Bach to Brahms, Mozart to Mahler. There are pieces by twentieth century experimentalists such as Xenakis and Reich. And, there are performances—even premiere performances—of contemporary works, many written by the festival’s own composers-in-residence. In addition, the “Sounds of Our Time” series pairs the festival’s symphony orchestra with cutting edge artists in such popular genres as indie rock and electronic dance music (EDM). Ensembles-in-residence, be they focused on percussion or art song, further expand the range of musical offerings.

Your Festival Pass includes guaranteed admission to all performances and festival events plus preferred seating. See itinerary section for more details.

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The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration Admission Ticket

The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration Admission Ticket - Lake George, New York

Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Lake George, New York

From USD
$17.00

Step back in time at Fort William Henry. What was it like to be at the outpost in the wilderness in 1757; the hardships and fears of being the front line in defense of the British Colonies from French invaders? Talk with those that were there!

Meet a British soldier of the 35th Regiment of Foot, sent to the New World to fight the long-standing enemy of Britain and finding yourself in an area very different than your homeland ... More info ›

Step back in time at Fort William Henry. What was it like to be at the outpost in the wilderness in 1757; the hardships and fears of being the front line in defense of the British Colonies from French invaders? Talk with those that were there!

Meet a British soldier of the 35th Regiment of Foot, sent to the New World to fight the long-standing enemy of Britain and finding yourself in an area very different than your homeland.

Ask the Ranger about the different tactics they learned from the Native American people who lived here that changed the way war is fought. Tactics that are still in use today with the modern military.

Learn the important part women played at the 18th century fortress and entrenched camp. These women kept the army clothed and fed while enduring great hardship.

For hundreds of years the British and French had fought over land, water passages and trade in various parts of the world.  Native American peoples were forced to choose trading partners in the hope that these alliances would protect their lands and way of life.  

As each nation tried to establish a foothold in North America, conflicts arose over land and trade rights.  By the late 1600s, Britain and France were the predominant nations and the bitterness of the wars in Europe spilled over into the New World.  The Seven Years War was being fought in Europe and Asia while its counterpart in North America was known as the French and Indian War (1754-1763).

In 1755 Fort William Henry was constructed to command the southern end of Lake George.  It was a British outpost to protect the colonies farther to the south and to serve as a launching site against the French held northern end of the lake protected by Fort Carillon.  Its short history and violent end has been retold, although inaccurately, in James Fenimore Cooper’s “Last of the Mohicans”.

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Lake George Lunch Cruise

Lake George Lunch Cruise - Lake George, New York
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Lake George, New York

From USD
$43.00

Indulge in an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet during a 2-hour cruise on Lake George. Listen to the music of a professional keyboardist, and venture to the upper decks to enjoy the breeze and take in views of the lake, known as the 'Queen of American Lakes.' As you cruise toward Bolton Bay and the mouth of the Narrows, you'll see the opulent homes of Millionaire's Row and pass by the Sagamore Resort.

You may board your Lake George cruise up to one hour prior to departure to get an early start on the buffet lunch in the dining room (see sample menu below) ... More info ›

Indulge in an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet during a 2-hour cruise on Lake George. Listen to the music of a professional keyboardist, and venture to the upper decks to enjoy the breeze and take in views of the lake, known as the 'Queen of American Lakes.' As you cruise toward Bolton Bay and the mouth of the Narrows, you'll see the opulent homes of Millionaire's Row and pass by the Sagamore Resort.

You may board your Lake George cruise up to one hour prior to departure to get an early start on the buffet lunch in the dining room (see sample menu below). The experienced waitstaff keeps the buffet full and makes sure that the food, cooked on board, is always fresh from the galley. Enjoy provided nonalcoholic beverages, or purchase a drink from the full bar.
During the 2-hour cruise, a keyboardist entertains you with a varied musical repertoire and takes requests of your favorite songs. Listen to live narration from the captain about passing sights, which include the remains of the stately mansions on Millionaire's Row and islands like Diamond Island, Dome Island and the Canoe Islands, where you can spot the Lake George Club. When you arrive at Bolton Bay, enjoy views of Bolton Landing and the Sagamore Resort, seen from the best vantage point on the water.
After reaching the mouth of the Narrows, turn around for the leisurely return to the starting point, and look for nesting eagles on Speaker Heck Island.

Sample menu:

  • Three hot main courses (chicken, fish and vegetarian)
  • Green and assorted salads
  • Soup of the day
  • Sliced meats, cheeses and breads for sandwiches
  • Dessert

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Lac du Saint Sacrement Islands Cruise

Lac du Saint Sacrement Islands Cruise - Lake George, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Lake George, United States

From USD
$26.00

Take a leisurely 14-mile afternoon cruise through the diverse islands of the Narrows. Enjoy peaceful and beautiful areas on the entire lake where no roads line the water’s edge ... More info ›

Take a leisurely 14-mile afternoon cruise through the diverse islands of the Narrows. Enjoy peaceful and beautiful areas on the entire lake where no roads line the water’s edge. View the historic mountains and bays just like they’ve been for hundreds of years. Explore why Lake George has been called the Queen of American Lakes for so many years. Experience all of this aboard our largest ship the Lac du Saint Sacrement (occasionally aboard the Mohican).
The tour will conclude with arrival back at your original departure dock.

Take a afternoon trip through the many diverse islands of the Narrows. View the mountains and bays just like they’ve been for hundreds of years. See for yourself why Lake George is called the Queen of American Lakes. Enjoy the snack bar and cocktail bar available on board. Learn about the points of interest, history, geology and ecology of Lake George as you sail. Viewing this area of the lake from higher decks is an amazing experience for all!

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