Clinton County Historical Museum
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday from 10a.m. to 3p.m.
Come down to the Clinton County Historical Museum to tour our exhibits today!
The public is invited to visit the historic Bluff Point Lighthouse on Valcour Island each Sunday in July. Transportation to the Lighthouse is the responsibility of the individual. Guided tours of the lighthouse are provided, and visitors will receive the Valcour Island Heritage Trail Guide. The Lighthouse will be open from 1pm to 3pm each Sunday. Tours are free, and donations are appreciated.
The Military Legacy Gallery covers the major military events in Clinton County from the Battle of Valcour in 1776 through to the Citizens Military Training Camp Maneuvers in 1939. Showcased are the stories of the Aikin Volunteers and the Plattsburgh Idea, along with a diorama created by Arto Monaco.
Rum Across the Border Revisited. Many Clinton County residents were involved in one aspect or another of the Prohibition Era. This exhibit recreates the Speak Easy experience on the US-Canadian border, along with a player piano visitors can play, shows the newspaper headlines that dominated local papers, and uses a diorama to document the county’s ‘rum trail’. The two room exhibit was created with the help of a Corridor of Commerce Grant from the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP).
1/31/23, 6:45 PM - 1/31/23, 8:00 PM
Please join the Clinton County Historical Association (CCHA) and the Lake Forest Senior Retirement Community on Tuesday, January 31, at 6:45 p.m, for Roger Harwood’s presentation on the early 20 th Century life on Valcour Island.