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- VISITORS CENTER
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The building that originally served as a water pumping station, now serves as a staffed tourist information center that provides an orientation to the City of Albany.
The museum galleries offers a variety of permanent displays exploring the history of Albany from 1609 to present day and the USS Albany Heritage Exhibit featuring ships named for the capital city from 1846 to the present. In addition, special exhibits and events featuring the history and culture of the Capital Region are scheduled throughout the year. A self-guided walking tour is available in print and in audio format downloadable at www.albany.org
The Albany Gift Shop located at the Visitors Center offers unique Albany gift items and product handmade by local artisans.
The Henry Hudson Planetarium, located at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center offers public planetarium shows the third Saturday of every month, and for groups by reservation.
The Visitors Center is open daily.
|Room Name||Dimensions||Ceiling||Sq. Ft.||Theater||Classroom Size||Banquet Capacity||Reception|
|Conference Room||24 X 17||0||408||0||0||0||0|
|Henry Hudson Planetarium||29 X 29||0||841||60||0||0||0|
|Garden Courtyard||95 X 20||0||1900||50||30||30||75|
|Building Blocks/Storytelling Room||47 X 24||0||1128||30||30||30||50|
The exhibit tells the story of this magnificent 165-year old Albany landmark and institution through artifacts and images from the Cathedral's histori... View Details