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Fort William Henry Museum and Reconstruction [NY]

The Fort William Henry Museum and Reconstruction presents the history of England's Fort William Henry in use along the southern edge of New York's Lake George between 1755 and 1757. Particular focus is given to warfare and weaponry.

The museum offers an introductory film, exhibits, tours led by costumed interpreters, group tours, student tours, student fort and Lake George history tours, Scout tours, ghost tours, musket and cannon firing, musket ball molding, Native American craft demonstrations, hands-on children's activities, and self-guided tours. Groups must consist of at least 15 people. Boxed lunches are available with advance notice. The website offers a scavenger hunt.