1900 Peoples Avenue Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY 12180 +1 518 276 6262
The RPI Houston Field House, a multi-purpose arena that hosts many sporting events. Located on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, this place is the official venue for many hockey leagues, games and tournaments. The arena was built way back in 1949 and has been renovated and modified several times to make it the state-of-the-art, well- facilitated venue it is today. The place attracts large crowds during hockey seasons.
5324 Rogers Road Hamburg, NY 14075 +1 716 648 2700
Brierwood Country Club is an elite golf club nestled in Hamburg. Apart from a well-maintained and managed golf course, it also offers host of entertainment options for its guests and members. You can choose from the pool, tennis club and bowling alley, there is never a dull moment at this country club. Apart from that, you can also hire the space for special occasions like weddings, bridal showers and engagement parties; efficient catering service and staff will take care of all your requirements. For more details, check website.
Developed in the year 1965 by Joe Lesik, Albany-Saratoga Speedway is an oval 4/10th track which is used for short track racing events. The track, which were initially made of asphalt is popularly known as The Great Race Place, due to the competitive short race events that takes place regularly. The tracks are now made of clay and have, in the past, hosted races that involved NASCAR modified cars. Zip ! Zap ! Zoom ! is all you'll hear at all races held here! Call ahead for more information.
The Church of Our Saviour on New York Route 22 is a small structure made of native stone and wood. It beautiful architecture is simple yet hard to miss. Standing firm on the ground since 1872, it has regularly conducted services and held events.
Christman Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary was established, with the efforts of William W. Christman, to conserve the stellar natural features and wildlife of the area. Nature enthusiasts at the park will not be disappointed with the lush trails and abundance of native creatures. The imposing waterfall, nestled in a spectacular setting at Bozenkill is one of the most prominent features of this park.
State Routes 5 & 67 Fort Johnson, NY 12070 +1 518 843 0300
Old Fort Johnson is a two-story house made up of limestone. The fort was earlier the house of Johnson, as well as his office and trading center. It operates as a museum that displays the original furnishing of the house. The visitors tour is available here along with some gift stores. A visit is free, and one can enjoy complimentary refreshments as well.
90 County Route 42 Coxsackie, NY 12051 +1 518 731 6490
A historic barn located in Greene County, New York, it was built in the year 1832. It is a structure with 13 framed sides and a hipped roof, which is surmounted by a small octagonal tower. It is a small structure with a diameter of around 70 feet (21 meters) built in a land of less than an acre. The one-story building is open for visits. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1984.
1100 Main Street Rotterdam Junction Rotterdam, NY 12150 +1 518 887 5073
The Mabee Farm Historic Site is home to the Mabee House which was built way back in 1705. Spread across an area of 9.6 acres (3.9 hectares), this beautiful house belonged to the Mabee family, where their generations lived for about 300 years. Today, the house is open to public for tours and explorations. The guided tours of the site mainly focus on the living conditions of 18th Century and give their visitors a hands on experience of the working conditions of that era. The picturesque setting of the site and the soothing sound of Mohawk River in the background will make your trip worthwhile.
107 County Road 25 Stockport, NY 12534 +1 518 828 3925
Church of St. John the Evangelist is a delightful little church made out wood frames way back in 1845. Built beautifully in the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture, it continues to function even today. The chapel is a small one, with services being routinely held to bind together the neighborhood communities. Other religious practices and ceremonies are also conducted at the church. Although a petite structure, the details and beauty of the building are well preserved.
51 South Pearl Street Albany , NY 12207 +1 518 487 2000
The Times Union Center formerly known as The Pepsi Arena, owned by Albany County, plays home to the AHL River Rats, Siena Saints MAAC and Albany Conquest. Formerly known as Knickerbocker Arena, the premier venue displays amateur as well as professional talents. Whether it is sports or entertainment for the entire family, it is all here! The number of seats available can be customized based on the event, and capacity accordingly ranges from 6,000 to 17,500. Come by for some thrill amidst a roaring crowd; after all, this is the venue which has seen the likes of Tina Turner, Eric Clapton, Celine Dion and many others.
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,
owned by Albany County, plays home to the AHL River Rats, Siena Saints MAAC and Albany Conquest. Formerly known as Knickerbocker Arena, the premier venue displays amateur as well ...