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Remember your visit with a treasure from one of Albany's many unique shops, antiquarian bookstores, and seasonal marketplaces. Walk along Lark Street (Albany's village-in-the-city) and notice the variety of shops, dining, and nightlife options. For indoor shopping, our malls and outlet villages offer designer and brand name labels at economical prices in hundreds of stores, including major national retailers.
Be sure to stop by our Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center Gift Shop to browse and purchase Albany memorabilia. For more specific information please contact ACCVB or request a copy of our Visitors Guide.
Cohoes Remsen Street (518) 238-2232
Downtown Albany (518) 732-2991
Empire State Plaza (518) 476-5986
Goold Orchards (518) 732-7317
Harriman State Office Campus (SUNY) (518) 476-5986
Maiden Lane Park (518) 465-2143
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Crossgates Mall is the Capital Region’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination offering an impressive selection of national brands and the newest retail concepts. The center is
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