Visit Popular Saratoga Springs Hot Spots

Looking for adventure and excitement in Saratoga Springs? Visit these local hot spots! Saratoga is loaded with exciting, fun and historic destinations that are raved about in the local community as well as throughout the nation.

In this section, you'll find some of the most popular hot spots and Saratoga NY attractions that are well worth the visit if you’re planning a trip to this thriving city.

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Victorian charm meets upscale ambiance in Spa City's bustling downtown district. Visit quaint shops, grab a bite to eat, or hit the spas for some rejuvenation and relaxation!
See live thoroughbred horse racing at the Saratoga Race Course! The summer meet at Saratoga runs from late July through Labor Day, highlighted by the Travers Stakes.
Catch amazing live performances under the stars at this superb outdoor amphitheatre! The Saratoga Performing Arts Center hosts rock concerts, festivals, and classical events every summer.
Saratoga Casino Hotel combines the excitement and energy of live harness racing and video gaming with a on-site entertainment and dining.
In the heart of Saratoga Springs, Congress Park is the perfect place for outdoor recreation and relaxation, and includes a carousel, fountains, gardens, mineral springs, and more.
Hundreds of acres of lush, well-groomed grounds, several mineral springs, a pair of swimming pools, and miles of trails make up this scenic park.
History comes alive at this popular hot spot! Discover Saratoga National Historic Park where the Battle of Saratoga was fought and won, shaping our nation's future.
The Broadway Historic District is comprised of distinct southern and northern sections, and is filled with brilliant examples of historic architecture.
Saratoga Lake is located a few minutes south of downtown Saratoga Springs and provides the perfect location for fishing, boating, waterskiing, and lakeside dining.
Beekman Street is Saratoga's premier arts district. In addition to exquisite galleries and studios, it also features quaint bistros and funky art shops.
Just north of the busy downtown district lies a peaceful Japanese garden called Yaddo. Take advantage of free admission and admire the scenery for yourself.
Saratoga Springs has an abundance of local art galleries just waiting to be explored. Most are within walking distance of downtown restaurants and shops.
Stop into the oldest continually running coffeehouse in America! Open since 1960, Caffe Lena remains a hidden gem of Saratoga's Historic District.
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