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2017 Fall Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series

The Saratoga Springs Heritage Area Visitor Center is excited to announce the launch of their Fall 2017 Brown Bag Lunch Series, an annual educational program

2017 Guided Walking Tours- “Discover Historic Broadway”

“Discover Historic Broadway” – A 90-Minute Guided Walking Tour of Broadway Stroll Broadway with two native Saratogians!  Guests will be immersed in the history of

2017 Guided Walking Tours – “History, Legends, Lore and More”

“History, Legends, Lore and More” – A 90-Minute Guided Walking Tour of Historic Congress Park. This tour celebrates Saratoga’s Victorian era and the classic Victorian stroll,

2017 Summer Concert Series

The Summer Concert Series is a program of the Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center.  All concerts are FREE and open to the public and occur

The Congress Park Carousel is open for the late spring and summer season in Saratoga Springs, NY!

The Carousel in Congress Park is an historic wooden carousel that has all the charm of yesteryear with all the enjoyment of today. The carousel

Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau Assumes Management of the Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center

On June 3rd, the Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau (SCTB) entered into a two and a half year agreement with the City of Saratoga Springs

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture: The Creator of the Spirit of Life

Dana Pilson, Curatorial Researcher of Chesterwood, Daniel Chester French’s former summer home, studio and gardens in Stockbridge, MA, will present on the nationally significant “Spirit

Lost Ski Areas In (and Near) Saratoga Springs

December 11, 2014 Let it snow, let it snow… if you are a skier, that white stuff is the right stuff! The Southern Adirondacks were

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture

In the late 1800’s, every town had its own time zoned based on sundials and train schedules were chaotic. So how did standardization eventually come

Supernatural Saratoga Springs Story Sampler

Bewitched, bothered and bewildered by bumps in the night? And daytime, too? Join Charlie Kuenzel and special guests, including representatives from the History Museum, the