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Featured Events

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Jul 24

Wild Things: …

07/06/2017 — 08/30/2017
Jul 26

Farmer's Market

05/03/2017 — 10/27/2017
Jul 26

Hudson River …

04/29/2017 — 10/28/2017
Jul 26

Hudson River …

04/29/2017 — 10/28/2017
Jul 28

Guided Walking Tour

04/28/2017 — 10/27/2017
Jul 29

Hudson River …

04/29/2017 — 10/28/2017
Aug 10

Guided Walking Tour

05/11/2017 — 10/12/2017
Aug 15

Altamont Fair

08/15/2017 — 08/20/2017

Sample Itineraries

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Walking Tours

Explore the history and architecture of Albany by embarking on a walking tour... More

From the Helderberg Hilltowns to the Hudson River, there are so many activities that you can experience in Albany. We've assembled some of our favorite activities into themed itineraries below including outdoor adventure, baseball, food & wine, and so many more.

Feel free to go off course to find your amazing discovery in Albany. Check back often to see what new itineraries we've added and to watch videos of our staff experiencing the itineraries first hand!

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Group Tour Itineraries & Articles

Exploring the Capital-Saratoga Region

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The Capital-Saratoga Region encompasses a rich and thriving agricultural community and 400 years of history. Come explore the area that has been at the center of America's story since its founding in 1609. Discover where the mighty Mohawk meets the Hudson, and encounter a land that is ripe for hiking, biking, paddling, climbing and more...more

Going Dutch: Exploring Albany's unique Dutch past

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Albany’s Dutch roots make it distinct among early American cities. The Dutch settled Albany nearly 100 years before the English arrived, and today, much evidence of this early colonial power remains. Learn what makes Albany unique, and how Dutch traditions helped inform the nation we live in today. Click the link to explore Albany's unique Dutch history...more

Something's Brewing in Albany: Tour Albany's Craft Beverage Producers

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Albany has a history of coming in first. We are America’s oldest city, home of the first bakers’ dozen, the first grand slam, and the first brewery. In fact, Albany and beer have been tied together since the city’s earliest Dutch settlers arrived. Today, the tradition continues at our local breweries and craft beverage producers. Imbibe our history by sipping your way through 400 years of brewing culture. Click the link to learn more about Albany's Craft Beverage Trail...more

Annual Tulip Festival Tour

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The Washington Park Tulip Festival is an annual event taking place on Mother's Day weekend each year. This event has twice been honored as an ABA Top 100 Event!..more

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