Relocation guide to Glens Falls - From the State of New York
Virtual Upstate Community Guide - A site dedicated as a guide to Upstate New York community guide for Lake George, Glens Falls, Queensbury and the Adirondacks.
|Historical and Cultural
The Chapman Museum - Located in GLens Falls, NY, today the museum consists of the restored Victorian home of the DeLong family, a changing exhibition gallery, research archive and gift shop.
The Hyde Collection Art Museum - The Hyde Collection Art Museum is the result of 50 years of avid and highly informed art collecting during the first half of the twentieth century by Louis and Charlotte Hyde whose story starts in the 1880s.
Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra - The Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra invites you to join us as we celebrate our 25th Jubilee season that will inform, transform, educate and yes, entertain you. Fort Ticonderoga - Fort Ticonderoga was built by the French from 1755-1758 as Fort Carillon located above the narrow choke-point between Lake Champlain and Lake George, which controlled the major north-south inland water "highway" during the 18th century.
Fort William Henry - Site of "The Last of the Mohicans", the fort battled numerous attacks from French troops for two years, until the summer of 1757, when General Montcalm mustered a force of 12,500 French Regulars and Indian Allies to attack the Fort. After six days, the log fortress battered by the French cannonade finally surrendered and the fort was burned by the French.
Saratoga National Historical Park - The American Victory here over the British in 1777 was the turning point of the Revolution and one of the decisive battles in the world history. Major General Philip Schuyler's country home and the 154 ½-foot Saratoga Monument are nearby.
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