Plan Your Visit
From Main Street in Lake Placid:
Head west on NYS Route 86 for 8.5 miles into the Village of Saranac Lake. Turn right onto Brandy Brook Ave at the intersection with River Street (by NBT Bank). Head 380 feet and turn left into the Pendragon Theatre parking lot.
From Tupper Lake:
Head northeast on NYS Route 3 for 20 miles into the Village of Saranac Lake. Continue straight onto Brandy Brook (by NBT Bank). Head 380 feet and turn left into the Pendragon Theatre parking lot.
From Paul Smiths:
Head southeast on NYS Route 30 for 12 miles into the Village of Saranac Lake. Turn left onto Bloomingdale Ave. After 500 turn right onto Church Street. After .4 miles turn left on River Street. After .2 miles continue straight onto Brandy Brook (by NBT Bank).
Call the box office at: 518-891-1854
Email FOH@pendragontheatre.org for information or questions
Messages left on the box office voicemail will be returned during regular box office hours.
Forms of payment: Visa, Mastercard, personal checks, and cash.
Seating Note: Accessible seating is available for patrons who use wheelchairs and/or need to transfer to a seat from a wheelchair or walker. Please discuss any special seating accommodations with the Box Office when reserving seats. Thank you.
The box office is open daily from 1:00-4:00pm.
On performance days, it is open from 1:00pm to Showtime.
Hours are sporadic late September thru early June. Please call ahead at (518) 891-1854.
Explore Saranac Lake
Saranac Lake is a place that’s authentically Adirondack and decidedly different. At first glance, it’s a historic village where the lakes and mountains are as accessible as the fresh air. A closer look reveals a downtown with an urban vibe where creative energy flows freely. Art, music, and healthy living help define the culture of this inspiring place, while shops and cafes provide waypoints for connecting with locals. Here is a hub that connects surrounding communities, and it’s all intertwined with waterways, forests, and roads that roll past one scenic vista after another. This is a place where a beautiful balance is struck: It’s a nature-lover’s paradise infused with bold ideas and quirky originality.
Food & Drink:
Campfire Grill & Bar
Left Bank Cafe