Adirondack Gilded Age Heritage Tour- Visit all 3 in one or more days and save $4!

Gilded Age Trio

Gilded Age Trio-Sagamore, WW Durant, Adirondack Museum

The Gilded Age Tour, an award-winning partnership involving the Adirondack Museum, Great Camp Sagamore and Raquette Lake Navigation Co.’s vessel, the W.W. Durant, makes an exciting and educational package, affording you a comprehensive tour through the 1870-1930 period in American history known as the Gilded Age. Make the most of your trip to Raquette Lake or Blue Mountain Lake and visit these three top attractions in Hamilton County in one day or more.

Pay regular admission at the first attraction you visit and get $2 off at each of the other two, for a total savings of $4.

How to do this?  Let me show you.

Example #1

11-1 Luncheon cruise on the Durant ($42)
1:30-3 Guided tour Sagamore ($16 $14)
3:30-5 Self-guided tour of Adirondack Museum ($20 $18) (Note:  your admission ticket will get you into the Museum the  next day free of charge, which we recommend because the Museum is so large.  First day is an intro visit of 3-4 hours to get the big picture.  Second day go back for another spell and explore in depth those exhibits which particularly interest you.)

Example #2:

10-1 Adirondack Museum with lunch on your own at their cafe overlooking Blue Mountain Lake  ($20)
1:30-3  Sagamore tour ($16 $14)
4:30-5:30  Board the Durant for a dinner cruise ($52,$62 $67,80  $50, $60, $65 or $78, depending on cruise and/or entree)
5:30-8 or 5:30-8:30 or 6-9 (depending on which cruise you choose) Dinner cruise on the Durant

Example #3:

10-11:30  Sagamore tour with lunch later at Sagamore cafe or in village of Raquette Lake ($16)
2-3:30  Scenic excursion aboard the Durant ($15 $13)
4:00-5  Adirondack Museum (with a return visit the next day) ($20  $18)

Example #4:

11:00-1:00  Ride on the open upper deck of the Durant luncheon cruise, on an excursion basis, without the lunch ($15)
1:30-3:00   Guided tour Sagamore ($16 $14)
3:30-5 Self-guided tour of Adirondack Museum ($20 $18) (Note: your admission ticket will get you into the Museum the next day free of charge, which we recommend because the Museum is so large. First day is an intro visit of 3-4 hours to get the big picture. Second day go back for another 3-4 hours and explore in depth those exhibits which particularly interest you.)