The museum is definitely worth a visit. It is a somewhat disjointed collection of artifacts and in this age of slick, high cost museums it might seem a little unprofessional but don't be thwarted by that impression. There is a wealth of information inside about how Benedict Arnold directed the building of America's first Navy fleet of war vessels and then confronted the British on Lake Champlain. There are lots of old maps and photos and a series of models that show what the boat building area looked like and how the boats were made. The admission fee is only $2.00 per person so its like a real incredible bargain. Just walk on down the street to see the locks and beyond the area represented by the museum. Very educational and good place for families.
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