"Explore the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks. Come visit Ausable Chasm for an assortment of adventures you will not find at any other single location in the Adirondacks. Hike, float and/or climb as you go back in time as you experience one of the oldest natural attractions in the United States (Est. 1870). Immerse yourself in a primeval Adirondack forest as you stroll past Rainbow Falls, Elephant's Head, Column Rock, Hyde's Cave and the eerie quiet of Mystic Gorge. Descend hundreds of feet to walk on natural stone walkways and gaze upon eons of geologic history etched in stone." They have cabins and a campground. http://ausablechasm.com/
Hero's Welcome General Store was built in 1899 and run by the Trudhope family for 90 years. Restored in 1993, they have a generous assortment of trinkets, and their famous sandwiches on their deli menu.
"Fort Ticonderoga is home to one of America’s largest collections of 18th-century military material culture. Fort Ticonderoga's artifact collections are among the most important of their type in the world. Preserved within the collection is 18th-century military weaponry, unique military uniforms, artworks of all types, and a vast collection of archeological artifacts recovered on site during its restoration.
- Weapons - Muskets, Bayonets, Pistols, Swords, Pole Arms, Artillery
The weapons collection is composed of over one thousand muskets, bayonets, pistols, swords, pole arms and cannon representing most of the major types of weapons used in the colonial wars and struggle for American Independence. The museum’s collection of 18th-century artillery is considered the largest collection of its type in the western hemisphere." Ticket info.