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Saratoga Springs Historic Sites

Saratoga Springs is rich in history so you'll find many statues, monuments and battlefields throughout the area.

Photo of Sawyer Fredericks at Caffe Lena
Caffe Lena
Saratoga Springs, NY
The oldest operating coffeehouse in the United States, Caffe Lena has been a Saratoga treasure since its inception in 1960. Listen to talented folk music, attend poetry readings, and rock out at open mic nights.
Park Theater sign and outside photo of building
The Park Theater
Glens Falls, NY
There's always something to do at The Park Theater, from Dancing at the Park to live concerts, musicals, and more. Experience astounding acts in a beautifully restored building right in the heart of Glens Falls.
The exterior of Rodgers Island Visitors Center, a green building
Rogers Island Visitors Center
Fort Edward and Rogers Island have been a great place for people to live for thousands of years. When you step inside the Visitors Center you will see exhibits on early native Americans, the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary time period.
The overlook boasts a view of three mountain ranges.
U.S. Grant Cottage
Wilton, NY
U.S. Grant Cottage State Historic Site is the final home of Ulysses S. Grant, Civil War Commanding General of the U.S. Army, 18th U.S. President and beloved American public figure.
New York State Military Museum
Saratoga Springs, NY
The New York State Military Museum and Veteran's Research Center houses the state's collection of more than 10,000 military artifacts, some dating back before the Revolutionary War. Open 10 am to 4 pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free.