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Places for ART, MUSIC & HISTORY in Lake Luzerne, NY

Enjoy a stroll through the town, parks, libraries and museums.  All offer a unique look into the colorful history of the area. 

Visit our famous Lake Luzerne Music Camp or summer craft fair, and don’t miss one of the many evening outdoor concerts at our public lakeside pavilions.



Adirondack Folk School

Adirondack Folk School

51 Main St., PO Box 2, Lake Luzerne, NY  12846
518-696-2400 | info@adirondackfolkschool.org


Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society

Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society

52 Main St., P.O. Box 275, Lake Luzerne, NY  12846
518-696-4520 | kinnearmuseum@gmail.com

The Hadley-Lake Luzerne Historical Society is dedicated to the discovery, preservation and dissemination of knowledge of the history of the Towns of Hadley and Lake Luzerne in upstate New York. We are located in Warren County in the southern foothills of the Adirondack Mountains with offices in the Kinnear Museum of Local History. The museum is a Victorian home furnished in the style of the day. Artifacts and exhibits in the museum tell about life in this area of the southern Adirondacks including: farming, logging, grand hotels, manufacturing, dude ranches, and summer camps.



Luzerne Music Center

Luzerne Music Center

203 Lake Tour Rd., P.O. Box 39, Lake Luzerne, NY  12846
518-696-2771 | info@luzernemusic.org

Founded in 1980 by Philadelphia Orchestra cellist Bert Phillips and Steinway pianist Toby Blumenthal, Luzerne Music Center aims to provide world-class music instruction for passionate young people in a summer camp environment regardless of their financial circumstance. Musicians ages 9 to 18 come from all over the world to train at LMC's campus located in the foothills of New York’s Adirondack Park. Each summer, LMC hosts their annual concert series featuring world renowned guest artists, faculty, and students.