With some of the richest history in America, the Capital-Saratoga Region is a fantastic place to relive some of the most important moments in military and industrial history. You’ll marvel over the NYS Capitol’s French renaissance style architecture, and the sights of the Saratoga National Historic Park, which was the location of the first significant American military victory of the American Revolutionary War.

Visit Troy’s Oakwood Cemetery, where “Uncle Sam” Wilson is buried. Tour New York State’s first historic district, the Stockade, which is located in downtown Schenectady. Immerse yourself in Fulton County, where Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the pioneer woman suffragist, was born. Learn more about New York’s rich heritage. paththroughhistory.ny.gov


Daffodils in bloom at Oakwood Cemetery

Oakwood Cemetery/Earl Chapel

One of the largest rural cemetery’s- notable gravesites: Samuel Wilson, “Uncle Sam”, our National icon, known the world over.  The Earl Chapel and Crematory with its Tiffany…

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The History Capital

History is anything but boring when you visit the Capital-Saratoga Region! The region was integral in birth of the U.S. and is home to some of the most significant national historical…

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Ulysses S. Grant Cottage

General Ulysses S. Grant arrived with his family, servants, and doctors and was able to complete his memoirs in this cottage.
Rt. 9 to Mt. McGregor Rd, Wilton
(518) 587-8277
info@grantcottage.org…

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