New York State Museum
The museum is home to works of art, historical and prehistoric relics, and Eco facts that illustrate the cultural, environmental, and geological evolution of New York.
USS Slater DE-766
The USS SLATER, which is anchored on the Hudson River near Albany, has undergone a thorough repair that has brought her back to her former grandeur.
New York State Capitol
The structure, which is more than 125 years old, is a masterpiece of late 19th-century architecture. It took five architects 32 years to build it by hand out of solid brick.
One of the most well-known public parks in New York City, it serves as a gathering spot and a hub for cultural activities.
Philip J. Schuyler, a distinguished Revolutionary War officer, US senator, and commercial mogul, resided at Schuyler Mansion.
Albany Institute of History & Art
One of the nation's oldest museums is the Albany Institute of History & Art, which was established in 1791. It serves as the region's main depository as well.
Crossgates Commons is a retail area that is next to Crossgates Mall and is well-known for housing the biggest Walmart Supercenter in the United States.
Because of its rectangular shape, Albany's Center for the Performing Arts is fondly referred to as "The Egg." The Egg presents lectures, dance, comedy acts, and musical acts.
Hudson River Cruise
This beautiful trip will take you through the breathtaking panoramas and well-known monuments of the amazing city of along the historic Hudson River.
Times Union Center
The AHL River Rats, NLP Attack, and Siena Saints MAAC basketball club all call this multifunctional civic facility home. It also holds musical concerts, ice shows, etc.