Fort Plain Museum
National Historic Register
Site of Revolutionary Fort
And Frontier Outpost
|Nestled in the heart of the historic Mohawk Valley overlooking the peaceful waters of the Mohawk River stands the rural homestead of the Lipe Family. This lovely Greek revival home stands near the site of the original Revolutionary War outpost.
Contained within the home are exhibits spanning the history of our Valley. From pre-Revolutionary War Indian artifacts to extensive memorabilia collected from the Erie Canal expansion period, this delightful Museum offers something for everyone’s interest. While touring, stop by our gift shop. We offer Student tours and throughout the year special programs are held.
For more information please contact us at:
The Fort Plain Museum is Located at
389 Canal Street, P.O. Box 324
Fort Plain, New York 13339
(518) 993-2527 or (518) 993-3419
Wed. – Sun.
May – September
Open Weekends from July 10 – Aug. 29
Open Saturdays During Sept. – Oct.
The Museum is located 3 miles West of
Thruway Exit 29 on Route 5S
Experience the rural Beauty of the Mid Mohawk Region of Montgomery County