Explore all that the Capital-Saratoga Region has to offer! Tours, cruises and more are available for your next getaway. From history, thriving downtowns, craft breweries, cultural museums and the scenic countryside, the Capital-Saratoga region has something for everyone.
Each season offers a unique and exciting experience. Plan a romantic weekend with someone you love, or even a family-friendly excursion. Take a long drive through the beautiful roads of Washington County, or spend the day fishing and jet skiing on the Great Sacandaga Lake. See Capital-Saratoga Region summer itineraries here.


Burden Museum

Burden Iron Works Museum

This building was the main office for the Burden Iron Works. The iron works is long gone, but you can view a full set of exhibits about the area’s industrial heritage at the Burden Iron…

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Crailo

Crailo State Historic Site

Crailo’s exhibit “A Sweet and Alien Land”: Colony of the Dutch in the Hudson River Valley, uses archaeological finds from Crailo, Fort Orange, Schuyler Flatts, and other Dutch…

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Hart-Cluett House

Hart-Cluett House/Rensselaer County Historical Society

The Rensselaer County Historical Society offers visitors many unique opportunities for learning. Our extensive object & library collections, historic buildings, and historic…

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knick mansion

Knickerbocker Mansion

The Knickerbocker Mansion was built in the 1780’s by Johannes and Elizabeth Knickerbocker.  Its architecture is a rare middle age style.  The Mansion presides over the …

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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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