The Hague Historical Museum

The Museum, located in the Hague Community Center, collects, preserves, interprets and displays objects and materials of historical interest to the Town of Hague. The Hague Historical Society maintains a large and very interesting display of local historical artifacts and pictures on this area’s social and civil history dating from the 1700’s to
the present.

On permanent exhibit, is the history of Hague, including a section on Resort Living, which showcases a delightful collection of pictures and artifacts of the Boarding House and Hotel culture of the late 19th
and early 20th century. Included in the permanent exhibits is a colorful adaptation of the boomtown that is no more, Graphite. Now just an overgrown mountain of cellar holes and dilapidated structures of the
old mining operation, Graphite doubled the income and population on the community during the height of it's Graphite mining operation.

Displays rotate twice yearly and include a major display in the lobby of the Community Center.

The Hague Community Center is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. It is handicap accessible.

For further information call: (518)543-6161
or email:

Hague on Lake George CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Serving Hague NY and Ticonderoga NY
P.O. Box 615, Hague, NY 12836

Visitor Call Center (SUMMER ONLY): (518) 543-6239