We Welcome Group Tours and Class Trips
The museum is appropriate for Group Tours and class trips for students in 3rd Grade through High School. All groups will find the history and background of the Gore Region exciting and educational. Groups can focus on everything from transportation, geography, local history (especially early ski history), and the impact of the railroad on the Adirondacks, Teddy Roosevelt’s “Night Ride to the Presidency” and his impact on U.S. coins to Garnet Mining.
School visits to the Museum are very popular class trips, and are both fun and educational. Because we want each class to fully enjoy their visit to the museum we ask that classes planning trips to the museum schedule those trips at least 2 weeks in advance.
The Depot Museum is open for school trips during its regular season, May-October.
There are several education programs with handouts for the students to use covering a variety of school related topics, including Theodore Roosevelt, local history, and local industry. All of our programs address NYS Standards in English Language Arts and the Arts.
Nearby bus parking and picnic areas are provided; however, students should bring their own food and drink.Contact Us Visitor Info