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Area Attractions:

Brunswick Greens Golf Course (16.0m/25.7km N)http://www.brunswickgreens.com

Capital Repertory Theater (10.0m/16.1km W), now in its 27th Season of award-winning theatre, is proud to be one of seventy-five professional theatres in LORT, the League of Resident Theatres. Today, these affiliated theatres provide thousands of artists with a support system for developing new work as well as reviving classics and perennial favorites. Hundreds of thousands of people now have the opportunity to experience the highest caliber of performance right in their own communities. http://www.capitalrep.org

Colonie Center Mall (15.0m/24.1km W) we're more than just great shopping..there's a lot to do at Colonie Center! Dine with friends or entertain the entire family at our exciting restaurants and attractions.http://www.shopatcoloniecenter.com

Cooperstown (83.0m/133.5km W) The Cooperstown area is internationally known for its many museums and attractions including the National Baseball Hall of Fame, The Farmers' Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, National Soccer Hall of Fame, Glimmerglass Opera and Hyde Hall among others. http://www.cooperstownchamber.org

Crossgates Mall (15.0m/24.1km W) welcome to Crossgates Mall, the Capital Region's premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. At Crossgates Mall you'll find an impressive selection of retail stores, services and restaurants to make your shopping experience a truly exceptional one!http://www.shopcrossgates.com

Empire State Plaza "The Egg" (9.0m/14.5km W) The Egg houses two theatres - the Lewis A. Swyer Theatre and the Kitty Carlisle Hart Theatre.  Seating 450, the Swyer Theatre is used for chamber music concerts, cabaret, lectures, multi media presentations, solo performers and a majority of educational programming.  With a seating capacity of 982, the Hart Theatre is used for larger productions including musical theatre, dance and music concerts.http://www.theegg.org

Evergreen Golf Course (2.0m/3.2km E) located in the midst of 300 acres of rolling countryside, EverGreen Country Club is known for distinctive catering, fine cuisine, gracious service and a setting of unsurpassed beauty.  A stately tree lined approach leads to the clubhouse resplendent with country charm.cated in the midst of 300 acres of rolling countryside, EverGreen Country Club is known for distinctive catering, fine cuisine, gracious service and a setting of unsurpassed beauty.  A stately tree lined approach leads to the clubhouse resplendent with country charm. http://www.evergreencountryclub.com

Great Escape Park (70.0m/112.6km N) Welcome to The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom—New York's most exciting theme park http://www.sixflags.com/greatEscape/index.aspx

Henry Hudson Planetarium (8.0m/12.9km W)

Jiminy Ski Center (25.0m/40.2km W) The largest ski and snowboard resort in Southern New England with the only high-speed six passenger chairlift in the region • Three terrain parks and a half pipe for skiers and snowboarders • Forty-four trails, day and night skiing, equipment rentals, lessons, and children's programs • Summer Mountain Activities – Mountain Adventure Park features the Mountain Coaster. Only the second in the US and the only Mountain Coaster on the east coast! The Mountain Coaster will operate all year round. • Shopping and dining in the Village Center and Country Inn • John Harvard’s Restaurant and Brewery http://www.jiminypeak.com

Lake George (65.0m/104.6km N) the village of Lake George offers the largest mix of attractions, restaurants, shops and nightlife. You can walk within a two-block radius and rent a boat, watch a war reenactment, relax on the beach, take a cruise, play miniature golf, parasail, hit the arcades, ride in a horse drawn carriage, have a cocktail overlooking the lake, or just relax on a bench and watch the world go by. The variety of sounds, images, and tastes are as varied as the people who flock to Lake George each year to enjoy a relaxed and fun-filled vacation. http://www.lakegeorgechamber.com

Lebanon Valley Speedway (10.0m/16.1km E)http://www.lebanonvalley.com

Martin Vanburen Historic Site (22.0m/35.4km S) Martin Van Buren National Historic Site is found in Kinderhook, New York. The Eighth President of the United States, Martin Van Buren purchased the estate in 1839 during his Presidency. http://www.thingstodo.com/states/NY/nationalparks/mava.html

NYS Military Museum (40.0m/64.4km N) The New York State Military Museum, housed in the Saratoga Springs Armory, opened on October 16, 2002. The Museum is also home to the Veterans Research Center and the offices of the New York State Military Heritage Institute. http://www.nymilitarymuseum.org/

New York State Museum (4.0m/6.4km W) Our history of inquiry, discovery, and education began in 1836 when we were established as the State Geological and Natural History Survey. Over the years, we have grown into a major research and an educational institution dedicated to preserving New York's rich artistic, social, historical, and environmental legacies under the leadership of the New York State Education Department http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/

Palace Theatre (5.0m/8.0km W) The Palace Theatre, a grand cultural and entertainment facility in the heart of Albany , New York , first opened its doors in October 1931. Built during the Depression, the Palace was the largest theatre in a city already noted for a number of other opulent movie houses. Today, the Palace Theatre remains the sole survivor of this period of entertainment and continues to make history with a widely diverse offering of popular acts and cultural events. http://www.palacealbany.com

Times Union Center (8.0m/12.9km W) Home to the AHL River Rats, Albany Conquest and the Siena Saints MAAC basketball team, the Times Union Center continually brings a variety of exciting events to Albany, New York. We have worked hard to make the Times Union Center not only the premier sports and entertainment venue in the Northeast, but also a profitable facility that Albany County residents can be proud of. timesunioncenter-albany.com

Proctor's Theater (26.0m/41.8km N) For years the Capital Region has known Proctors as the Proctor's Theatre and Arcade. When fully completed in the fall of 2007, Proctors will build on that history of bringing the best in theatre, dance, music and film to the community. With the addition of two new theatres, the capacity to show 3-d wide screen (Extreme Screen) films, a vibrant Arcade with multiple eating and shopping opportunities and, most importantly, a program of arts, entertainment and education that will be year round and world class, Proctors will be the performing arts center of the region! http://www.proctors.org

RPI Houston Field House (15.0m/24.1km N) the Houston Field House is used primarily for ice hockey and figure skating, due to the addition of other sports facilities on the campus. However, the Field House remains a distinctive college coliseum that was a consequence of World War II. This grand edifice that ignited a revival in ice skating and ice hockey for Troy and her neighbors continues to be "an educational, cultural and recreational" center for the area.

Saratoga Performing Arts Center (36.0m/57.9km N) Diverse artistry thrives at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the cultural hub of upstate New York, the Hudson Valley, Vermont, the Berkshires, Connecticut, and nearby Canada . SPAC hosts the New York City Ballet and The Philadelphia Orchestra in an acoustically ideal amphitheatre in the heart of Spa State Park; presents superior chamber, jazz, rock and pop music, opera, Pre-Performance Talks, and Saratoga Wine & Food Festival; and oversees the National Museum of Dance.  http://www.spac.org

Saratoga Race Track (36.0m/57.9km N) This historic Victorian city in Upstate New York has been attracting visitors since the 1700's. Our vacation guide will help you find the lodging, restaurants, and activities that fit your lifestyle. There's something for everyone in Saratoga! http://www.saratoga.com

New York State Capital (4.0m/6.4km W) Sitting majestically atop Albany's State Street hill, the New York State Capitol has served as the seat of government for New York since the 1880s. The building is a marvel of late 19th century architectural grandeur. Under the direction of five architects, the Capitol was built by hand of solid masonry over a period of 25 years. When Governor Theodore Roosevelt declared the Capitol complete in 1899, its cost had exceeded twenty-five million dollars. http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/visiting/cultural/tourscapitol.html

USS Slater (8.0m/12.9km W) During World War II 563 Destroyer Escorts battled Nazi U-Boats on the North Atlantic protecting convoys of men and material. In the Pacific they stood in line to defend naval task forces from Japanese submarines and Kamikaze air attacks. Today, only one of these ships remains afloat in the United States, the USS Slater. Moored on the Hudson River in Albany, New York, the USS Slater has undergone an extensive ten-year restoration that has returned the ship to her former glory. The ship is open to the public from April through November with hour-long guided tours, youth group overnight camping, and has become a popular destination for naval reunion groups. http://www.ussslater.org

Hudson Valley Communitey College (8.0m/12.6km)Hudson Valley Community College offers excellent academics and state-of-the-art technology and facilities. And best of all, people who care: Our faculty and staff give students all the support they need to succeed. And directions — for life. http://www.hvcc.edu/

Area Restaurants:

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My Place
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Cracker Barrel
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East Greenbush Diner
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My Place
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