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Bennington Battlefield

Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site is the location of a Revolutionary War battle between the British forces of General John Burgoyne and Colonel Friedrich Baum against the American forces under Brigadier General John Stark and Colonel Seth Warner. This battle was fought in August 1777 in a British effort to capture American storehouses in Bennington to restock their depleting provisions. The British forces had underestimated the strength of their enemy and most of their men were killed or taken prisoner while the Americans sustained smaller losses. The British surrendered on October 17, 1777, after two unsuccessful battles in Saratoga. Facilities at the site include game fields, 276 acres, interpretive panels, information room, and restrooms. Hours: May 1 thru Labor Day: daily 10 a.m.-7 p.m, Labor Day-Veterans Day weekends only 10am-7pm

Brookview Station Winery

Brookview Station Wine Family

Award winning apple wine and other delicious wines available.

Brown’s Brewing Company

Converted paper mill and valve factory has been transformed as the Brown's Brewery. Tours available Friday evenings and weekends.

Brunswick Historical Society

Garfield School - home to Brunswick Historical Society

The Brunswick Historical Society's home is at the historic Garfield School, where it maintains a library and its collection of reference materials, photographs, and artifacts.

Burden Iron Works Museum

Burden Iron Works

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 Works Museum. Several large items are located outdoors, including two ladle cars. The ladle cars were used to transport and pour molten iron.  Burden became famous with an automated machine capable of making horse blanks one every second in 1851 as well as a machine designed to make railroad spikes. Admission: Visits by Appt.

Bush Memorial Center at Russell Sage College

Sage’s Bush Memorial Hall and its interior Goldberg Auditorium is the site of many of the happenings on Sage’s lively events calendar, including musical performances, poetry readings, and lectures. This historic building (featuring two Tiffany stained glass windows, signed in the lower right hand corner) was once Troy’s First Presbyterian Church.

Crailo State Historic Site

Hearthside at Crailo

May 14 is the opening day of Crailo State Historic Site’s 2014 season. Starting on May 14 and running through October 31, tours will be held Wednesday through Sunday at 11:00 am, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00pm. Tours of Crailo last approximately an hour. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, with children 12 and under free. Combination tickets with nearby Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site are available as well.

Crailo State Historic Site

Hearthside at Crailo

May 14 is the opening day of Crailo State Historic Site’s 2014 season. Starting on May 14 and running through October 31, tours will be held Wednesday through Sunday at 11:00 am, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00pm. Tours of Crailo last approximately an hour. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, with children 12 and under free. Combination tickets with nearby Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site are available as well.

Crystal Cove

This historic Lakeside estate is a favorite for weddings, anniversaries, and big birthdays. A beautiful, romantic destination Crystal Cove features the best wedding food in the Capital District bar none. This estate has been in our family for 90 years. We keep the prices low and the food quality high.

Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center

Dyken Pond Fall Foliage

From toddlers to seniors, Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center has programs that emphasize the principals of natural science, hands-on experience and place-based education.

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