Check out the itinerary below for to see Albany through Abraham Lincoln's eyes! Stop at the New York State Museum to peruse through readings from the time and see the building where the Emancipation Proclamation is hosued. See the very same clock Lincoln saw on his visit to Albany that was brought to the new from the old one. Once you work up an appetite, you can head over to Jack's Oyster House to enjoy some of the former president's favorite shellfish. And for dessert, share in Abe's love of apple pie at Grandma's Pies and Restuarant. Or, you can make pie from scratch with apples from Goold's Orchards. Finally, get some rest at the 74 State Hotel, just blocks away from where Lincoln and his assassin, John Wilkes Boothe, both stayed in Albany at the same time.