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With each of our four changing seasons, comes different scenery and events - an abundance of tulips in the spring, nonstop outdoor fun in the summer, gorgeous fall foliage in autumn, and in winter...a wonderland! Albany offers a taste of everything, and not just with our eclectic cuisine. Events and festivals abound. Historic sites and government buildings offer tours and impressive architecture. Parks, memorials, art galleries, museums, and planetariums are found at every turn. Use the drop-down box below to browse through a list of our area attractions...


For further information contact ACCVB or request a copy of our Visitors Guide.


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Saratoga Casino

  • 342 Jefferson St
  • PO Box 356
  • Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Located in historic Saratoga Springs, New York, Saratoga Casino and Raceway is the place for over 1,700 exciting slots! Now featuring incredible new electronic table games, this New York Casino


Saratoga & North Creek Railroad

  • 26 Station Lane
  • Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
  • Region: North of Albany
  • Phone: (877) 726-7245
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The Saratoga & North Creek Railway was started in July of 2011 as a passenger service between Saratoga Springs and North Creek with 7 station stops in between. Previous operators, the Upper Hudson

Schenectady County Historical Society

  • 32 Washington Ave.
  • Schenectady, NY 12305
  • Region: West of Albany
  • Phone: (518) 374-0263
  • Fax: (518) 688-2825
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The Schenectady County Historical Society brings to life the region’s dynamic history at the Mabee Farm Historic Site in Rotterdam Junction and the Grems-Doolittle Library and the Schenectady History

Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site

  • 32 Catherine St
  • Albany, NY 12202
  • Region: Albany Metro
  • Phone: (518) 434-0834
  • Fax: (518) 434-3821
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Schuyler Mansion is the histroic home of Revolutionary War General Philip Schuyler and his family. Built between 1761-1765, the Georgian style mansion features 18th century interiors complete with

Shaker Heritage Society

  • 25 Meeting House Road
  • Albany, NY 12211
  • Region: North of Albany
  • Phone: (518) 456-7890
  • Fax: (518) 452-7348
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Site of America's first Shaker settlement. A unique, peaceful, historic setting featuring the 1848 Meeting House, 1915 Barn, Shaker herb garden, orchard and cemetery.

Sports Travel and Tours Inc.

  • 60 Main St
  • PO Box 50
  • Hatfield, MA 01038
  • Region: East of Albany
  • Phone: (413) 247-7678
  • Toll-Free: (800) 662-4424
  • Fax: (413) 247-5700
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Sports Travel and Tours' mission is to make it hassle-free for groups and individuals to attend sporting events of a lifetime. Thus our slogan: Any Game...Any Place...Any Time! The range of

St. Peter´s Episcopal Church

  • 107 State Street
  • Albany, NY 12207
  • Region: Downtown Area
  • Phone: (518) 434-3502
  • Fax: (518) 462-4419
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Historic St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church, founded 1714. Current (1859) structure at the corners of State and Lodge, designed by Richard Upjohn, NYC architect. Elaborate stained glass and

Stillwater Blockhouse Museum

  • Blockhouse Park, Route 4
  • Stillwater, NY 12170
  • Region: North of Albany
  • Phone: (518) 664-6148
  • Fax: (518) 664-0751
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Whether you enjoy history or simply enjoy the scenic view of the Hudson River, the Blockhouse has something for the whole family. Inside photos, documents, and memorabilia telling the story of

SUNY System Administration Building (Former D&H Building)

  • State University of New York State University Plaza, S505
  • Albany, NY 12246
  • Phone: (518) 320-1240
  • Fax: (518) 443-5317
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The SUNY System Administration Building, also known as the Old D&H Railroad Building, is a public office building located at the intersection of Broadway and State Street in downtown Albany, New

The Farmers' Museum

  • 5775 State Highway 80
  • Lake Rd.
  • Cooperstown, NY 13326
  • Region: West of Albany
  • Phone: (607) 547-1450
  • Fax: (607) 547-1499
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As one of the oldest rural life museums in the country, The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, New York, provides visitors with a unique opportunity to experience 19th-century rural and village life

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