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Fascinating history, tiny quiet, friendly village

We rented a small house just down the block from the auditorium, and walked over quite a few times... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2017
tomsmom659
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Truly Unique!

The Round Lake Auditorium, built in 1912 as a glass enclosed pavilion, contains a Gothic... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2016
Roger K
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Clifton Park, NY
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20 Sep 2017
“Fascinating history, tiny quiet, friendly village”
8 Aug 2016
“Truly Unique!”
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49 Burlington Ave, Round Lake, NY 12151-1400
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

We rented a small house just down the block from the auditorium, and walked over quite a few times during our stay. The village definitely makes use of it - one night was "Open Mic Night" and featured many talented performers from Round Lake, another...More

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Reviewed 8 August 2016

The Round Lake Auditorium, built in 1912 as a glass enclosed pavilion, contains a Gothic Revival-cased Tracker organ built in 1847 and moved here in 1888. The organ has 1900 pipes and is the oldest and largest of its kind in the United States. Every...More

1  Thank Roger K
Reviewed 19 July 2016 via mobile

Had the pleasure of seeing & hearing the great oldest in America pipe organ built in 1847 & moved here in 1888. The organ has over 1900 pipes and concerts are usually June-August. Currently under consideration of being declared a National Landmark! The building &...More

Thank sudaniel
Reviewed 28 February 2014

This village may be small in size, but it is huge in architecture and the arts. It began in the late 1800's as a Methodist tent revival site. Early structures were simply tent platforms. Later cottages were built by arts attendees on those platforms. The...More

Thank Catherine R
Reviewed 9 January 2014

I love the village of round lake. Reminds me of Lilydale on Chattaqua Lake in western NY. The auditorium is old but they have some interesting shows all summer. The organ is very unique. Nice village to wlk around, ride a bike through (right on...More

Thank mdh_468
Reviewed 9 July 2013

Begun in 1868 as a “camp meeting” town, the Village of Round Lake, New York soon evolved into a Chautauqua-type resort, with hotels, museums, and lecture halls. The Auditorium built at the center of the wagon-wheel street plan also evolved, and by 1912 had been...More

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