Town of Colonie
Spanning more than 57 square miles, the Town of Colonie has transformed from "Albany's Breadbasket" with strong agricultural roots into one of the most populous suburbs in the Capital Region. Colonie is home to Wolf Road, Albany’s busiest commercial corridor, a bustling street lined with hotels, eateries, shopping and much more. Around the corner from Wolf Road is the Albany International Airport, a hub for business and leisure travelers. History buffs, foodies and nature enthusiasts alike will all find things to do in Colonie!
Uncover the History of Colonie
Dive into the history of the Town of Colonie at these historic sites! Visit Shaker Heritage Society at the Watervilet Shaker National Historic District, the site of America's first Shaker settlement. Discover New York's Dutch heritage at the Pruyn House, the country estate of Casparus Francis Pruyn. Colonie is also home to Albany Rural Cemetery and Historic St. Agnes Cemetery, two of the most historic cemeteries in Upstate New York.