Attraction Search Results
1-20 of 99 (limit 99)
for Hoosick Falls, NY
and surrounding 50 Miles
To add these search results to your own website, click here!
Visitors can view exhibits on the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, Grandma Moses, Walter A. Wood, local history and genealogy.
Since 2007. Open-air market featuring a wide variety of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, herbs, and more. The market is held on Wednesday in lovely Wood...
Visitors can view limited edition prints, lithographs, serigraphs, and etchings by American folk artists.
Discover the history and legends in this musuem dedicated to the preservation of these wonderful structures. Explore the exhibits on engineering, construction, railroading and...
Collections include regional painting and sculpture, New England and early Vermont furniture, Bennington pottery, early American glass, regional historical materials and more.
The Potters Yard is located on the site of the historic Myers family mill and farm depot. Potters Yard is the flagship store and production center for Bennington Potters, Inc. At...
Homestead of American poet, Robert Frost. Educational, literary, historical exhibits.
This museum contains Italian, Flemish, Dutch and French Old Master paintings from the 14th-18th centuries, English silver, French and American prints, paintings and porcelain.
This art museum is housed in 1846 Greek Revival rotunda, collections include American, European, Asian, Indian, African, Italian art and more.
Professional regional theatre for family audiences to enjoy. Most of the productions are musicals and popular classics.
This popular market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items, flowers and plants and more. The market is held in the former IGA parking lot on Thursday beginning...
The decisive American victory here over the British in 1777 was the turning point of the Revolution. Major General Philip Schuyler's country home and the 154-foot Saratoga...
This art museum contains post 1960 large scale installation of sculpture and paintings.
This quiet park nestled in the woods of the Taconic Valley with a variety of activities including swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, nature trails, picnicing and cross-country...