227 W. Main St.
Malone, NY 12953
Phone: (518) 483-0500
Fax: (518) 483-4356
Arts & Museums
Open Monday through Friday, this interesting town museum features a wooden replica of St. Heart Church, Civil War artifacts, farm tools and period furnishings.
Housed in a 7,000 square foot train warehouse, Bluseed hosts wedding celebrations, art exhibitions, concerts, and community meetings.
View interesting and educational exhibits and displays on over 100 animals from the Adirondacks.
A large arts center that contains a fine arts gallery showcasing regional and national artists. Workshops and classes are also available.
The 1932 & 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympic Museum is dedicated to the only North American city to host the Winter Olympics twice. The museum goes into the history of winter sporting in Lake Placid and how it has developed into the greatest winter sport training area in the world. See artifacts and memorabilia, like Jack Shea's skates or Sonja Henie's costumes. There is also a large section devoted to the "Miracle on Ice" where the USA beat the Soviet Union on the hockey rink.
Learn the rich and unique history of Lake Placid and the Town of North Elba while at this museum that is located in the old Lake Placid train station and has themed exhibits including the rise of winter sports as a pastime, 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics photographs, the era of the grand hotels and guides, the Lake Placid Club, Adirondack rustic furniture, mounted bird and animal species, and a turn-of-the-20th century general store.
A wonderully large art collection and permanent installations can be found at this full scale museum of art.
This six gallery museum features intriquing exhibits on more than 300 years of local history.
The Kent-Delord House Museum is a historically-significant two-storied home in Clinton County. It was built in 1797. It is touted to be one of the oldest houses in the region of Plattsburgh and is a rectangular structure with a magnificent gable roof. The residence is also famed to be the British headquarters during the battle of Plattsburgh. The house is a local history museum replete with an enticing porch and old-fashioned chimneys to highlight a few features. The picturesque gardens are extremely well-maintained and a treat to the eyes.
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the War of 1812 Museum's KeyBank Gallery houses original works of art related to the Battles at Plattsburgh and the War of 1812. The Allan S. Everest Interpretive Center is a permanent exhibit within the Museum that "chronologically recounts the events of the battles at Plattsburgh within the context of the War of 1812, including the political and economical causes of the war, land and naval engagements at Plattsburgh and the significant role that the battles here played in the final peace negotiations." The Press-Republican Theater space is used for orientation presentations, meetings, and special events.