Route 5 and Palatine Church Road Palantine, NY 60038 +1 518 332 2388
Built in 1770 by Lutheran Palatine Germans, it is one of the oldest of its kind in the Mohawk Valley. The Palatine Church is made up of limestone and is a one story, rectangular shaped building. It features a tower with a gilded bronze top. It was renovated in 2008. The church has been a national historic site since 1973.
128 Grand Street Altamont; Altamont Fairground Guilderland, NY 12009
The Fine Arts and Flower Building, located in Altamond Fairground was constructed in 1896. Various annual events take place in the Altamond Fairground vicinity. The Fine Arts and Flower Building is also famously referred to as the Exhibition Hall. Schoonmaker and Hiram were the architects behind this prominent construction. Spanning over an area of less than an acre, the building has gained tremendous historic significance over the years. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 28, 2004.
2751 US Highway 9 Livingston, NY 12534 +1 518 828 3375(Tourist Information)
A former property of the Livingston family, Fourth House is situated in Livingston, New York. It represents the Greek Revival designing style of architecture and the owners have managed to preserve the structure in its original state. The house was sold to architect James Joseph and composer Scott Frankel, and they are currently restoring it.
State Route 23 Hillsdale, NY 12529 +1 518 325 3200
Set against the scenic backdrop of Taconic Mountains, the Catamount Ski Area is a popular ski resort. A family owned and operated ski resort, it welcomes one and all, from school groups to families, it is an ideal spot to enjoy winter and winter sports.
871 South Plank Road Mount Tremper, NY 12457 +1 845 688 2228
Zen Mountain Monastery is also known as Doshinji. It is a Buddhist monastery. There is a training facility here which is spread across a 230-acre (93-hectare) forest that falls in the vicinity of the Catskill Mountains. This monastery was built in the year 1980 and offers a glimpse of Rinzai and Zen cultures. It is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
6 Charlton Street Ballston Spa, NY 12020 +1 518 885 4000
Also known as the Aldridge House, it is located in downtown Ballston Spa, New York. It is a wooden house with white paneled exteriors. It has two stories with a front porch stretching across both floors supported by tall pillars. The slanted gable roof has extended French style windows. Built in the 1790s, it features the Greek Revival architectural style. It has been operated as a museum since the year 1970 and got listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1975.
Menand Road Menands, NY 12204 +1 518 434 2922(Tourist Information)
Menand Park Historic District is located at Albany County, New York. This national historic district has 21 buildings. The buildings in this area have Prairie School, Bungalow/Craftsman styles of architecture. This district also has a collection of bungalows and Prairie Style houses designed in the period from 1913 C.E to 1925 C.E. The park got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on October 3, 1985.
Washington Avenue Waterford, NY 12188 +1 518 436 2799
The tugboat Urger is a venerable tug. It is one of the oldest working vessels in the country, still afloat and of service to people. Originally built for commercial purposes, she has the distinction of being one of the finest local fishing boats. It is a feature on the National Register of Historic Places.
This majestic two-story house dates back to 1846 and features a heavy timber framed structure built in the temple front of the Greek Revival style that was popular at that time. A hipped roof and a massive Classical portico with four fluted Doric order columns make up the exterior of this stunning structure. The property also houses a frame carriage barn, garden house, playhouse and a square brick room smokehouse. The Bellinger - Dutton House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
5340 New York 28 Emerson Mount Tremper, NY 12457 +1 845 688 5800
The world's largest Kaleidoscope, Kaatskill Kaleidoscope was built by psychedelic artist Isaac Abrams and his son Raphael, and unveiled in 1996. However, the idea to build this belongs to Catskills developer Dean Gitter, a local P.T. Barnum. This 60-foot tall creation provides a ten-minute show to its audience, who get to see a vibrant and colorful play of figures and shapes. The theme is based on the history of America and shows war scenes, notable figures of America, and other national situations. The Kaleidoscope is blue, and is painted with a pair of near its top portion, and is an exciting experience for young and old alike.
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Delaware & Hudson and Albany Evening Journal Buildings
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