The new home of the Clinton County
Historical Association located at 98 Ohio Avenue on the former Plattsburgh Air
Roger Harwood photo.
The Clinton County Historical
Association is located in the Four Chimneys building at 98
Ohio Avenue on the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base. The county
exhibit interprets the area's history from the earliest recorded times
(1600) to the present day through its collections of paintings, maps,
furniture and decorative arts. The decisive Battle of Plattsburgh in
1814 was the culminating event in a century of naval warfare on Lake
Champlain among the French, British and the fledgling American nation.
Underwater archeological discoveries highlight this period. The period
of settlement after the Revolutionary War is explored.
Special exhibits are regularly presented on North Country themes,
including iron mining and other 19th-century industries. Collections
feature Redford Glass, Staffordshire china, portraiture, photographs and
Open Wednesday thru Saturday 10:00 am
-3:00 pm and by appointment.
Large group tours (i.e., schools, touring, reunions, etc.) or special
tours for other than posted hours may be arranged, dependent upon
staffing levels, with a minimum two weeks notice.
Handicapped access is available to all three floors.
Children (12 and under) $2.
Organized school and other youth groups admitted free.
For further information call: 518-561-0340 or email: