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Albany Corning Preserve - Jennings Landing

  • 1 Quay Street Albany, NY 12207
  • Overview

    Making up nearly 5-acres of the 15 total acres of manicured waterfront property known as the Corning Preserve and intersecting with the Mohawk-Hudson Hike-Bike Trail, Jennings Landing is situated near the Erie Canal's connection with the Hudson River. Accessible from the muraled Hudson River Way Pedestrian Bridge on Broadway, witness the 1,000 seat amphitheater, home to numerous seasonal concerts throughout the year. Stroll alongside Albany's rich riverside resource and learn about the Hudson River's tides at the visitor center.

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    • Wheelchair Accessible:
  • Meeting Facilities
    Facility Info
    Meeting Rooms
    • Description Jennings Landing at the Corning Preserve is home to an 1,000-seat amphitheatre along the Hudson River, which hosts numerous events annually including the Alive at Five summer concert series and the Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival. In addition, the Preserve features walking and bike trails and a boat launch.
    Amphitheater
    • Reception Capacity: 1000
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