BenningtonAddress: VT Route 9, Bennington, VT 12154
Phone: (800) 229-0252
Life is good in Bennington! Bennington and its surrounding communities are rich in the arts, history and outdoor recreational opportunities. Natural beauty coupled with fantastic architecture makes this area a visual delight. Bennington is well known for its museums, attractions, antique shops, art galleries, historic walking tours, covered bridges, beautifully revitalized downtown, green mountains and lush valleys, beautiful vistas, summer & winter recreational opportunities, pristine state parks, scenic campgrounds, quaint roadside stands selling Vermont products, great restaurants and wonderful lodging establishments. With its clean air and minimal backlighting, Bennington's a great place for stargazing. Clean cool waters abound in the area's rivers, lakes and streams. Life is good in Bennington! We invite you to visit the Bennington area nestled between the Taconic & Green Mountains in the Southwestern corner of Vermont. Just minutes from the Berkshires in Massachusetts and within 45 minutes of the Albany, New York area, Bennington Vermont is a great place to live and visit. Bennington residents and business owners are well known for their hospitality and community pride.
Bubbles RestaurantAddress: 150 S Central Avenue, Mechanicville, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 664-4946
Small local diner - Breakfast, Lunch, Supper, Ice Cream.
Downtown Lake GeorgeAddress: Main Street, Lake George, NY 12154
Eagle Crest Golf ClubAddress: 1004 Route 146A, Clifton Park, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 877-7082
A challenging 18-hole, par 72, regulation golf course and a beautiful Banquet Facility with a newly redecorated ballroom that hosts a wide variety of functions.
Empire State PlazaAddress: Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 474-0549
At the Plaza Empire State Plaza is one of the most spectacular capital centers in the country. The Plaza is the seat of government operations for New York State - it occupies 98 acres of land, with 11,000 employees in 10 buildings. The Plaza exists because of the vision and determination of one man, Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, who wanted to create "the most electrifying capital in the world." To fulfill his purpose, Rockefeller commissioned Wallace K. Harrison, a personal friend and chief architect for Rockefeller Center, to be the principal architect for the Plaza. Construction began in 1965 and was completed in 1978. Empire State Plaza The Empire State Plaza is a 70-acre complex of governmental buildings in downtown Albany, New York. Adjacent to the historic State Capitol, the Plaza is home to over 10,000 State employees and many State agencies and commissions. Frequent special events are held at the Plaza, including those hosted by the New York State Office of General Services' Special Events Office. Additionally, the Empire State Plaza Convention Center, New York State Museum and Empire Center at the Egg are frequent venues for public activities.
Hudson River CruisesAddress: 1 East Strand Street, Kingston, NY 12154
Phone: (845) 340-4700
For over twenty years, Hudson River Cruises has provided our passengers the ability to view first hand the historic shoreline. Enjoy a delicious lunch and refreshing beverage as you relax on the cool, shaded deck. Your experienced guide will point out millionaires' sumptuous estates, picturesque lighthouses and quaint sleepy villages surrounded by the natural beauty of vineyards, orchards and scenic preservation sites. It's time for you to discover the Nationally Designated Heritage River the Hudson aboard our very own "Rip Van Winkle".
Lake George Battlefield ParkAddress: Fort George Road, Lake George, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 897-1200
Fort George - Lake George Battlefield Park Lake George Battlefield Park, Lake George, NY. This little altered historic site was where the British defeated the French in the Battle for Lake George in September 1755; where the American Provincials camped and died during the French siege upon Fort William Henry in 1757; where General Abercrombie launched his unsuccessful attack to take Fort Ticonderoga from the French in 1758; where General Amherst launched his successful 1759-1760 campaign against the French and Canada during the French and Indian War. During the American Revolution, this site was the 4th British Post captured by the Colonials in May 1775; the Headquarters and General Hospital of the Northern Army in 1776; a major supply installation for the Northern Army in 1775-1777; and a main post for protecting America's Northern Frontier from 1777-1780. Today, visitors can walk the site, read interpretive signs and visit historic encampments and view historic reenactments during special events.
Lake George Steamboat CompanyAddress: Steel Pier, Beach Road, Lake George Village, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 668-5777
The Lake George Steamboat Company offers a variety of Cruises on their 3 large cruise ships, The Minne-Ha-Ha, an authentic Paddlewheeler, The Mohican and the Lake's largest cruise ship, The Lac du Saint Sacrement. From 1 hour cruises to the only complete tour of historic and scenic Lake George, The Queen of American Lakes. Luncheon and dinner cruises, live entertainment and narration.
Lake George VillageAddress: Downtown, Lake George Village, NY 12154
New York State MuseumAddress: Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 474-5877
The New York State Museum is a major research and educational institution. It is dedicated to promoting inquiry and advancing knowledge in the fields of geology, biology, anthropology, and history, through the investigation of material evidence germane to New York State's past, present and future. The Museum shares this knowledge through exhibits and other means with wide and diverse audiences. It encourages these audiences to take delight in learning by participating in the discovery process central to its work
Painted PonyAddress: Rt 9N South, Lake Luzerne, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 696-2421
The oldest weekly rodeo in the United States. Real cowboys and cowgirls competing for prize money and Championship Titles. Texas style barbecue buffet and Longhorn Saloon.
Palace TheatreAddress: 19 Clinton Avenue, Albany, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 465-3334
The revitalization of the Palace Theatre has been a major priority of the City of Albany to help create a new energy for the downtown arts and entertainment district. Beginning in 2002, interior renovations completed in the first phase included all new carpeting, a stage curtain, fabric wall treatments, fresh paint on the ceiling and throughout the theatre, general public improvements and the refurbishment of over 2,800 seats. Phase Two renovations called for a new electrical system to power the stage. And of course the most obvious of our renovations (also in Phase Two) is our new marquee! It is a state-of-the-art full color replica of the original marquee designed in 1931. The new marquee fabrication and installation was made possible by a grant from Housing and Urban Development (sourced through the office of the Mayor) and a grant provided through the Downtown Business Improvement District.
Saratoga Gaming and RacewayAddress: 342 Jefferson Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 584-2110
Saratoga Gaming and Raceway Offers the newest technology in video gaming entertainment, combined with the classic tradition of harness racing, and great food all at one location. Race Track and Casino The first video gaming property to open in New York State, Saratoga Gaming and Raceway is located in historic Saratoga Springs. Following the tradition of elegance and quaintness that visitors to the area have adored for over 100 years, we offer the newest technology in video gaming entertainment, combined with the classic tradition of harness racing, and great food all at one location. At Saratoga Gaming and Raceway we are committed to offering our guests only the best! The best in guest services, the best in prizes, the best in live harness racing, and most importantly the best in video gaming entertainment. We welcome you to endless fun at Saratoga Gaming and Raceway!
Saratoga National ParkAddress: 648 Rt. 32, Stillwater, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 664-9821
Site of the first significant American military victory during the Revolution, the Battles of Saratoga rank among the fifteen most decisive battles in world history. Here in 1777 American forces met, defeated and forced a major British army to surrender, an event which led France to recognize the independence of the United States and enter the war as a decisive military ally of the struggling Americans
Saratoga Performing Arts CenterAddress: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY 12154
Saratoga Spa Championship and Executive Golf-Address: 60 Roosevelt Drive, Saratoga Springs, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 584-2006
Saratoga Spa Golf Saratoga Spa Golf is located just south of Saratoga Springs, NY. Set in a pine forest, and surrounded by the natural and historic beauty of Saratoga Spa State Park, we offer 9 holes of executive golf and 18 holes of championship golf. We also have an all grass driving range, a practice putting green, and a full service golf shop. And while you are here, visit Catherine’s in the Park restaurant. Saratoga Spa Golf delivers an upscale golf experience at an affordable price.
The Fun SpotAddress: 1035 Route 9, Queensbury, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 792-8989
The Fun Spot Go Karts- Laser Tag - Water Slides - Roller Skating - Arcade! Family Fun Park Our water slides feature two twisting and turning flumes starting from a 3 1/2story tower for those who are adventurous in nature
The Great Escape and Splashwater KingdomAddress: Route 9, P.O. Box 511, Lake George, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 792-3500
The Great Escape As the Six Flags family of theme parks celebrates its 45th anniversary, The Great Escape announces the addition of more than a dozen new Looney Tunes and Justice League characters to its line-up of family fun and entertainment. Monstrous rollercoasters! Over 135 rides, shows, and attractions including seven roller coasters and a full outdoor water park!
Water Slide WorldAddress: P.O. Box 751, Lake George, NY 12154
Phone: (518) 668-4407
Water Slide World With over 35 Water slides, Attractions, and Services, Water Slide World gives our family "MORE SPLASH FOR LESS CASH" Compare our senior citizen and toddler discount prices, the best senior discount around. SLIDES, SLIDES, SLIDES Water Slide World is the #1 water park on the East Coast, with over 35 water slides, attractions and services, including Hurricane Harbor Wave Pool. There is also Water Volleyball in Treasure Island Activity Pool and Slides, SLides, SLIdes, SLIDes, SLIDEs, SLIDES, SLIDES - including Inner Tube Slides, Speed Slides, Sled Slides, Cannonball Slides, and many, many more.