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Year round market featuring seasonal produce, baked goods, spices, crafts, specialty foods, plants and flowers and live entertainment. The market is held Saturday and Sunday year...
This print museum displays prints from the collections of the Print Club of Albany, archives of print makers including Dorothy Lathrop and Alice P. Schaefer.
The Albany Capital Center is also connected via an enclosed walkway to a newly renovated hotel, the Renaissance Albany. This historic property sits across the street from the New...
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...
Visitors can explore the exciting world of astronomy and examine the planets, constellations, galaxies and sky legends when they visit the Henry Hudson Planetarium.
This open air market features locally and regionally grown farm fresh produce, baked goods, flowers and plants and much more. The market is held on Thursday from May to November.
This mansion has been restored to the 1790s when it was in its elaborate glory.
This museum is housed in the 1792 Aldridge House and hotel and contains Saratoga County historical items relating to the area residents, artwork, costumes, toys, agricultural...
This outdoor market features a wonderful selections of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh meats, eggs, cheeses, honey and maple products, fresh flowers and plants and more,...
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.
There are exhibits, videos and research materials that interpret the history of 18th and 19th century bottles manufactured with hand tools and lung power.
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