Saranac Laboratory Museum

Owned and operated by Historic Saranac Lake, the Saranac Laboratory Museum features exhibits on local history, science and patient care.

The museum is open year-round, Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 - 4:00, and Saturdays, Memorial Day through Columbus Day.

Admission is $5, members and children are free of charge. Weekly tours are offered through the summer season of area historic sites.

Historic Saranac Lake also oversees the Bartok Cabin, where the great composer spent the last summer of his life. Tours of the cabin are provided by appointment.

Visit our Events Page at www.historicsaranaclake.org/events to find out more about tours, talks and other programs.

Historic Saranac Lake hosts an online encyclopedia of local history at http://localwiki.net/hsl, featuring over 6,000 pages of local history.

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Upcoming Events

Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
Self-Serve Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar The Mimosa Bar features fresh fruit juices, fruit purees, and freshly cut fruit. The Bloody Mary Bar offerings include many Bloody mixes, different varieties...
Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
Celebrate Earth Day! This event includes presentations, exhibits, music, an art show and kid-friendly activities. Speakers include: Curt Stager, Lance Clark, Richard Brandt, Dave Gibson and...

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