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This farmer's market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, homemade items and much more. The market is held on Tuesday from April through November.
Located in the capital district area of New York and is a 138-acre nature preserve. It is the headquarters of the Audubon Society of New York State. The grounds are filled with...
This open air market features farm fresh fruits and produce, natural meats, baked goods, jams and jellies, crafts and more. The market is held on Tuesday during the months of June...
Nestled in the mountains of upstate New York lies Thompson's Lake State Park with 140 campsites and activities featuring boating, swimming, fishing, rental row boats, nature...
This historic house was home to five generations of one Albany family from 1787-1963. The tour depicts the changes by the family through the years spent in the house.
Classic musical productions are performed on the stage in the park over the summer season.
This museum has collections of 18th to 20th century American paintings, sculptures, drawings and graphics, American ceramics from A.D. 1100 to the 20th century, ceramics of the...
This mansion has been restored to the 1790s when it was in its elaborate glory.
This museum has collections of tools for farming, ice-harvesting, railroading, fruit-growing, dolls, toys, early school material, early items from the home, clothing from the...
This year round market features only producer/grower items and featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, specialty foods and more. The winter market is held indoors on...
The museum displays over 2,500 late modern and contemporary works including paintings, photographs and drawings of Western and non-Western contemporary artists.
Located in the upper Hudson Valley, this museum showcases the Dutch influence in this region and features exhibits of archaeological finds from the Ft. Orange excavation in Albany