In 2008, John Adamski became inspired by visits to the Adirondack Museum and The Wild Center, and decided that the Finger Lakes needed to have something similar. He wrote an article for the Life in the Finger Lakes magazine, describing his vision for a museum that would celebrate the natural and cultural history of all 11 Finger Lakes. Upon hearing about this idea, others agreed that it was time! Thus began The Finger Lakes Museum & Aquarium!
In the ensuing years, The Finger Lakes Museum & Aquarium has established itself in Branchport, on the Northwest branch of Keuka Lake. It is there that dedicated staff, trustees, and volunteers are diligently working to build a unique museum worthy of John Adamski’s vision, all while educating and inspiring through fun outdoor programs & events.
In 2018, as the Museum celebrates its 10-year anniversary, the staff, trustees, and volunteers plan to forge new relationships, make new connections, gather new information, and expand its influence to include all 11 of the Finger Lakes!
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The new "Finger Lakes" walk of fame in Geneva honors 19 people, 14 of whom have ties primarily to Rochester, which is not in the Finger Lakes. Which of these real Finger Lakes people do you think is most deserving?