- Our list of the best things to do in Albany, New York, features the top 77 nearby activities — including 31 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Albany, NY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 28 things to do within the city of Albany, NY , followed by 50 popular activities in nearby cities, including Troy, Schenectady, Clifton Park and Saratoga Springs
The Tri-City Valleycats are a single A baseball team in the Houston Astros system. The team plays at a small stadium known as The Joe, which hosts a variety of promotions and special events, and serves an array of refreshments.
Part of Hudson Valley Community College, The Joseph L Bruno Stadium is a minor league baseball stadium that is home to the Tri-City ValleyCats. It offers seating for 4,500 along with luxury suites, grass seating and picnic areas.
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is located in a converted bank building that was constructed in 1823. Named to the National Register of Historic Places, the music hall is in use 150 days per year with the symphony, musical guests, and comedy acts.
Founded in 2011, the Theater Institute At Sage is an organization dedicated to providing live acting performances and education to the local community. Live performances, acting workshops, and youth summer camps are among the services provided.
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Hosting many events throughout the year, the Rensselaer County Historical Society has made it its mission to preserve every important moment in local history. Attractions include the Hart-Cluett House, photographs, and many pieces of art.
The mission of the New York State Theatre Institute is to produce professional theatrical productions of the maximum artistic standards for family and school audiences. The institute offers classes on acting, singing, and dancing.
Situated on nearly 80 acres, Prospect Park sits on land deeded to the city in 1902 by the Warren family. The park provides a playground, spray pool, nature trails, picnic areas and facilities for tennis, basketball, softball and soccer.
The Arts Center of the Capital Region is a hub of art, culture, and many events. The venue hosts many camps and classes throughout the year including digital arts, culinary arts, creative thinking, performing arts, and much more.