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Lake George Expedition Park, Dino Roar Valley Admission

Lake George Expedition Park, Dino Roar Valley Admission - Lake George, United States

Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
Location: Lake George, United States

From USD
$23.53

Be transported to a prehistoric time when these legendary beasts once roamed. At Dino Roar Valley, you’ll embark on an expedition of discovery - climb into a dinosaur nest, dig for hidden fossils, stand next to a roaring-replica of possibly the world’s largest dinosaur ever discovered: The Titanosaurus!

Visit: Lake George Expedition Park, 1912 U.S ... More info ›

Be transported to a prehistoric time when these legendary beasts once roamed. At Dino Roar Valley, you’ll embark on an expedition of discovery - climb into a dinosaur nest, dig for hidden fossils, stand next to a roaring-replica of possibly the world’s largest dinosaur ever discovered: The Titanosaurus!

Visit: Lake George Expedition Park, 1912 U.S. 9, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

Lake George Expedition Park promises adventure, discovery, and excitement to attendees of all ages.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Visit: Dino Roar Valley, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

Life-sized, life like dinosaurs positioned along a 1/2-mile long nature trail.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Lake George Expedition Park, Magic Forest Admission

Lake George Expedition Park, Magic Forest Admission - Lake George, United States

Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
Location: Lake George, United States

From USD
$18.30

Magic Forest has been delighting kids of all ages with its unique and whimsical collection of rides and attractions.
All aboard the famous train to chug along the tracks through the forest. Enjoy the small petting zoo and feed the goats ... More info ›

Magic Forest has been delighting kids of all ages with its unique and whimsical collection of rides and attractions.
All aboard the famous train to chug along the tracks through the forest. Enjoy the small petting zoo and feed the goats. Take a ride on the Paratrooper, Tilt-A-Whirl or the Ferris Wheel.
Fun around every corner, whether you’re seeking an experience from Lake George’s nostalgic past or simply looking to put a smile on your child’s face, Magic Forest is sure to entertain and delight!
Food, Shops and Shows. Sit down and enjoy a show during your visit, before continuing on with your exploration.

Visit: Magic Forest, Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845

Magic Forest has been delighting kids of all ages with its unique and whimsical collection of rides and attractions.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Visit: Lake George Expedition Park, 1912 U.S. 9, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

Lake George Expedition Park promises adventure, discovery, and excitement to attendees of all ages.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Lake George Expedition Park, COMBO Dino Roar Valley and Magic Forest Admission

Lake George Expedition Park, COMBO Dino Roar Valley and Magic Forest Admission - Lake George, United States

Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
Location: Lake George, United States

From USD
$36.61

Lake George Expedition Park promises adventure, discovery, and excitement to attendees of all ages. Each of its attractions will offer a quality experiences that will spark imagination and creativity ... More info ›

Lake George Expedition Park promises adventure, discovery, and excitement to attendees of all ages. Each of its attractions will offer a quality experiences that will spark imagination and creativity. The mission and promise of the park is for visitors to explore and immerse themselves into unique outdoor environments that transport them to other places through experiential design and themed engagement. In a world where people often race against time, Lake George Expedition Park will allow people to pause and imagine; engage rather than observe, and spend time with family and friends while creating memories. It is the park’s vision for visitors to enjoy a one-of-a-kind opportunity that leaves them with a lasting impression and a desire to return.

Visit: Magic Forest, Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845

Magic Forest has been delighting kids of all ages with its unique and whimsical collection of rides and attractions.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Lake George Expedition Park, 1912 U.S. 9, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

2 Park Combo Ticket to Dino Roar Valley and Magic Forest promises adventure, discovery, and excitement to attendees of all ages.

Duration: 4 hours

Visit: Dino Roar Valley, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

This all-new attraction will feature life-sized dinosaurs positioned along a 1/2-mile long nature trail.

Duration: 2 hours

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Lake George Music Festival Pass

Lake George Music Festival Pass - Lake George, United States

Duration: 13 days
Location: Lake George, United States

From USD
$199.00

Every August, emerging 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: churches, amphitheaters, art galleries, rooftops and a steamboat on the lake.
Programs are tantalizingly diverse, span solo piano and chamber music to large orchestral works ... More info ›

Every August, emerging 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: churches, amphitheaters, art galleries, rooftops and a steamboat on the lake.
Programs are tantalizingly diverse, span solo piano and chamber music to large orchestral works. There are fresh interpretations of the classics.From Bach to Brahms, Mozart to Mahler. Pieces by 20th 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).

Visit: Lake George Music Festival, 172 Ottawa St, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

Visit this beautiful lakeside town and visit the events of the festival:
“Opening Night”
Monday, August 12, 2019 at 7pm.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 50 Mohican Street, Lake George
Kick off the season with chamber music performances by LGMF’s resident ensemble the Byrne:Kozar:Duo and other LGMF all-stars! Free parking in the Sacred Heart lot or on the street.
“欢迎 à the Ausflug alrededor svĕta”
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 7pm.
The Park Theater, 14 Park Street, Glens Falls
Or in other words, an “Excursion!” Join our musicians as they travel around the globe and celebrate a variety of international composers. Free parking in the city lots, the Park Theater lot, or on the street.
“Hidden Gems”
Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 7pm.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 50 Mohican Street, Lake George
Discover some of the classical world’s best-kept secrets in a program dedicated to brilliant and beautiful works that are rarely performed but beloved by those who know them. Free parking in the Sacred Heart lot or on the street.
“The Innovation: Then and Now”
Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 7pm.
The Park Theater, 14 Park Street, Glens Falls
Illuminating the works by composers Alyssa Weinberg, Juri Seo, among others.
Free parking in the city lots, the Park Theater lot, or on the street.
“Sounds of Our Time”
Friday, August 16, 2019 at 7:30pm.
The Park Theater, 14 Park Street, Glens Falls
Created by LGMF Music Director and Conductor Roger Kalia, Sounds of Our Time (SOOT) is an innovative series of annual concerts that explore connections that cross musical genres. SOOT series seeks to demonstrate the connections between popular music of our time and contemporary classical music. 2019 will feature a performance of Sarah Kirkland-Snider’s “Penelope”. Free parking in the city lots, the Park Theater lot, or on the street.
“Piano Mania”
Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 1pm.
Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek
Come hear the LGMF pianists perform music for 0 hands (yes zero hands) all the way up to 8 hands. A fun program for everyone! Free parking across the street in the Library lot.
“Limitless”
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 7pm.
The Park Theater, 14 Park Street, Glens Falls
Presenting non-traditional instruments and visual elements used in the standard cannon, as well as non-traditional instrumentation. Free parking in the city lots, the Park Theater lot, or on the street.
“The World of Today”
Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 7pm.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 50 Mohican Street, Lake George
Music isn’t all fairytale playlists and tonal chord progressions– it can also act as catalyst of change. Diversity through music is our ultimate goal. Free parking in the Sacred Heart lot or on the street.
“Timelines”
Thursday, August 22, 2019 at 7pm.
The Park Theater, 14 Park Street, Glens Falls
Journey across time with a diverse program that begins with your favorite classical pieces and ends with a world premiere of Sheridan Seyfried’s “Caprice for Solo Violin” performed by Artistic Director Barbora Kolarova. Free parking in the city lots, the Park Theater lot, or on the street.
“Happy Hour with Music Director Roger Kalia”
Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 5pm.
The Boardwalk Restaurant, 2 Lower Amherst Street, Lake George
Grab a drink and join our Music Director & Conductor Roger Kalia for a casual listening party that includes musical excerpts and highlights from the upcoming Festival Finale Orchestra Concert.
“LGMF Symphony Orchestra”
Friday, August 23, 2019 at 7:30pm.
Lake George High School Auditorium, 381 Canada Street, Lake George
The full Lake George Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Roger Kalia, will present the grand finale performance of the 2019 summer season. The program will feature Schumann’s Symphony No.2 and Stravinsky’s “Pulcinella Suite.” Free parking in the High School bus garage lot on Mountain Drive.

Duration: 13 days

Visit: St James' Episcopal Church, 172 Ottawa St, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

“Afternoon Matinee”
Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 2pm.
St. James Episcopal Church, 172 Ottawa Street, Lake George
An afternoon matinee of chamber music set at the historic St. James Church in Lake George Village. Free parking on the St. James lawn.


Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Lake George Steamboat Company, 57 Beach Rd, Lake George, NY 12845, USA

“Late Night Concert”
Saturday, August 17, 2019 sailing from 8:45pm – 10:30pm
Minne-Ha-Ha Cruise Ship, 57 Beach Road, Steel Pier, Lake George
All aboard for this musical voyage on the famous “Minne-Ha-Ha” – Our amplified, jamming classical music will keep you entertained as you explore the ship’s bar, multiple decks, and hit the dance floor. Featuring an eclectic and lively program of familiar symphonic, jazz, and popular crossover classics. Paid parking in the Steamboat Company lot.

Duration: 2 hours

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The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration Admission Ticket

The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration Admission Ticket - Lake George, United States

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Lake George, United States

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.

Visit: The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration, 48 Canada St, Lake George, NY 12845-1600

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”.

Duration: 1 hour

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Family Fun Pass

Family Fun Pass - Lake George, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Lake George, United States

From USD
$49.95

The events that happened here were used as the backdrop for the "Last of the Mohicans" and led to the unifying of the English Colonies against the French, ultimately resulting in an English victory of the French and Indian War.
The ticket covers up to two adults and up to five (5) children.

Visit: The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration, 48 Canada St, Lake George, NY 12845-1600

Step back in time to the French & Indian War! Talk with the soldiers as they demonstrate firing their musket and cannon. View exhibits and artifacts found during archaeological digs ... More info ›

The events that happened here were used as the backdrop for the "Last of the Mohicans" and led to the unifying of the English Colonies against the French, ultimately resulting in an English victory of the French and Indian War.
The ticket covers up to two adults and up to five (5) children.

Visit: The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration, 48 Canada St, Lake George, NY 12845-1600

Step back in time to the French & Indian War! Talk with the soldiers as they demonstrate firing their musket and cannon. View exhibits and artifacts found during archaeological digs. Children can join the King's Army. Put on your tricorn hat and waistcoat to drill with the soldiers and keep the enemy away from the fort!

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