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Saratoga Springs: Attractions
The action never stops in Saratoga Springs! A vibrant city loaded with exciting, fun and historic destinations that are raved about in the local community as well as throughout the nation, Saratoga Springs hosts attractions, activities and great entertainment year-round. While visiting Skidmore College, take the time to discover a variety of things to do for every taste, age and budget.
Looking for a place to stay while vistting? Click here to view a list of hotels in the area. For more information about Saratoga, visit Saratoga.com.
Check out the list of Saratoga Hotspots below!
Downtown: Visit shops selling the latest fashions and gifts, grab a bite to eat at a Saratoga restaurant (top five in the US for restaurants per capita), catch a movie at the new theater, or hit the spas for some R & R.
|Congress Park: Take a break from bustling Broadway to enjoy the old-time carousel, fountains, gardens, and mineral springs|
Saratoga Race Course: Named by Sports Illustrated as the #10 sports venue of the 20th century,“The Track” draws thousands of visitors from all over the world for its 40-day summer season.
Beekman Street Art District: Saratoga's premier art district, Beekman Street is the city’s center of creativity. Visit exquisite galleries, coolbistros, and funky artist shops perfect for locating that unique “find."
Spa State Park: Plan an afternoon of swimming and recreation(biking, hiking, tennis, or golf) or enjoy a picnic in the park. In winter, go cross-country skiing on the park’s numerous nature trails.
Saratoga National Historic Park: History comes to life at this historic park where the Battle of Saratoga was fought and won. The park features intriguing artifacts and engaging activities, making history fun for all ages.
Saratoga Lake: Located a few minutes south of downtown Saratoga Springs, the lake provides the perfect location for fishing, boating, waterskiing,and more.
Yaddo Gardens: Just east of the busy downtown and the race track lies Yaddo, an artists’ community/retreat frequented by the likes of James Baldwin and Sylvia Plath. Located on a peaceful 400-acre estate featuring beautiful rose and rock gardens, the grounds are free and open to the public.
Museums and galleries: Saratoga is home to the National Museum of Dance and also the National Museum of Racing; there’s a fascinating city history museum and automobile museum; and the local art galleries offer First Saturday open houses.