Byron Park is located in the heart of Indian Lake. On the banks of the Adirondack Lake, this lush green space is a popular recreational spot among locals. It plays host to an array of family-friendly and community activities like sports tournaments, music festivals, fishing, fireworks and cultural events. Occasional Shakespearean productions in their pavilion are a big draw among literature buffs in the city.
2 Van Buren Lane Schenectady Glenville, NY 12302 +1 518 382 8966
Arrowhead Marina and RV Park is a great recreational spot in Glenville. Located on the banks of the Mohawk River, this lush green space offers 64 sites and excellent facilities. Take in the sights, enjoy a boat ride, camp outdoors, or host a picnic or special occasion, among various activities available. This park lies within proximity of convenience stores, gas stations and pharmacies, while some of their amenities include free wireless internet, cable and restrooms.
The Methodist Episcopal Church of Windham Centre is located at Windham, New York. This historic church was built in 1844 C.E and is also known as Windham-Hensonville United Methodist Church. The church property includes the church, parsonage, and garage. It is a one story wood framed structure made in the Greek Revival style of architecture. The church was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 27, 2009.
Situated across the Front Street, the Basilica Hudson is a popular event venue. Housed in a former factory that belongs to the 19th Century, it is a thriving art hub. The decor is a mix of bygone era and modern comforts of this century and offers flexibility to its organizers, thereby making it the most sought after venue. Concert series, solo performances, art exhibitions, art talk, workshops and other interesting events are a regular feature here. You can also hire Basilica Hudson for wedding receptions and similar private events. For more details and schedule, call ahead.
104 West 2nd Avenue Johnstown, NY 12095 +1 518 762 5669
The Knox Mansion was built in 1889 by prosperous industrialist Charles Knox. The mansion is a great example of Victorian Neoclassic architecture and contains 42 lavish rooms complete with luxurious pianos, elegant furnishing, royal fireplaces and grand staircases. The mansion is also famed for its paranormal occurrences and is supposedly haunted.
It is a historic mansion that serves as an excellent example of Dutch architecture seen way back in the 1700s. The Knickerbocker Mansion occupied by the Knickerbocker family is an ancient mansion of multi-storied rectangular brick building built in 1770. Now looked after by the Knickerbocker Historical Society and operated as a local history museum, the purpose of the restoration was to inform the people about the historical, cultural and literary contributions made by the Knickerbocker family. From time to time, the society also arranges special events like farmers' markets at the mansion. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
39 Columbia street Albany, NY 12207 +1 518 462 4775
The Albany Center Gallery strives to showcase local, dynamic artists from throughout the Mohawk Hudson region, while creating and sustaining a strong visual arts community in Albany. The gallery regularly exhibits artists' work, while hosting local contests and markets' for area artists to sell and show off their wares!
The Sunnyview Farm lies a little away from the center of the town of Ghent, closer to Pulvers, between the Union Turnpike and Taconic State Parkway. Though operating more or less as a typical farm for the most part of the year, it also acts as a venue for a few events, of which The Big Up is quite popular. So if you find yourself traveling this way, do stop by here, for if not for the entertaining concerts, something interesting is sure to be happening at Sunnyview Farm.
80 Vandenburgh Avenue Hudson Valley Community College Troy, NY 12180 +1 518 629 2287 /+1 518 629 4829
The Joseph L. Bruno Stadium, also known as, 'The Joe', is located on the campus of Hudson Valley Community College, in Troy, just a few miles from Albany. Named after the former NY State Senate member Joseph Bruno, who acquired the USD14 million required to build the stadium, this baseball stadium is one of the premier venues for baseball in the Minor League Baseball circuit, and is the home of the Tri-City Valley Cats. The architecture firm Clough Harbour & Associates designed this stadium, equipped with a grass surface, and able to accommodate about 4,500 guests. Though the stadium is used primarily for baseball, it does host cultural events sometimes. Call for more information.
Alexander Lane Achilles Center, Union College Schenectady, NY 12308 +1 518 388 6000
Frank L. Messa Rink is a swanky multi-purpose arena that is located on the premises of Union College. It was built in 1975 and was formerly known as as Achilles Rink. The rink is part of the Achilles Center and is home to the skating and ice hockey teams of the college. All through the year, a number of tournaments and league fixtures are held here that draw a large number of fans from all over.
If you are Downtown and just want to get away
from the hustle and bustle of the government employees, try Hudson River Way and Riverfront Park. Go for a leisurely stroll, dock your boat, ride your bike, or relax ...
Delaware & Hudson and Albany Evening Journal Buildings
Today, it is home to the headquarters of the State
University of New York (SUNY) College system, but the Delaware & Hudson Building (most commonly referred to as the D&H Building) and the Albany Evening Journal Building were originally ...
The Times Union Center formerly known as The Pepsi Arena,
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