This is a great historic site to host a fun family picnic and discover the history of this significant battlefield. The facilities offer game fields, interpretive panels, and more.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
Crailo today tells the story of the early Dutch inhabitants of the upper Hudson Valley through interpretive exhibits highlighting archeological finds from the Albany Fort Orange excavations. Visitors will find interactive programing, guided tours, and a gift shop.Getting There | Amenities Information
A view from any angle of this magnificent fort is breathtaking. Visitors are encouraged to tour and discover the original ruins of the 18th-century structures. Watch the story of Crown Point on the new video presentation & interactive exhibits.
This great Adirondack cottage with magnificent views of the mountains & nature at its best is where General Ulysses S. Grant died. Guests walk the spacious porch for the view and tour the 4 room cottage.
High in New York State's Adirondack Mountains is the home and grave of abolitionist John Brown. Special programs include civil war encampments and musical performances.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
Explore the grounds and gardens of this impressive estate that once bustled with activity as Sir William Johnson's home and business. Come discover the unique structures that help tell the story of Johnson Hall.
Enjoy many special events here like live music and interactive learning at Schoharie Crossing. Discover the stories and the wonders of the Erie Canal at your leisure through the new tour by cell.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
This Albany mansion was home to Philip J. Schuyler, a Revolutionary War general, US Senator, and a businessman. Guests are part of a guided tour of the mansion focusing on Philip Schuyler's life. Also, the site Alexander Hamilton's wedding to Elizabeth.