- TripBuzz found 84 things to do with kids in or near Troy, New York, including 69 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga Springs and Clifton Park.
- From joe bruno stadium to The Children's Museum of Science & Technology (The Junior Museum), the Troy area offers 85 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Bowling, Bike Paths and Children's Museums.
- Over 50,000 residents settle the city of Troy, located in Rensselaer County, New York. The city is bordered by the Hudson River and is the historical home to the American icon Uncle Sam. Itself an important industrial city in the early United States, Troy boasts several historical sites and buildings.
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Bootlegger's on Broadway Albany / Capital Region MoreLess Info
Place offers a wide variety of pub dishes including specialty burgers, pizza, and sandwiches to couple with a refreshing drink
59% 22 votes
4 Vatrano Road, Albany, NY 12205 MoreLess Info
There is indoor climbing at the Albany Indoor Rockgym for every skill level. The center features a variety of overhangs, floor-to-ceiling cracks, and even several cave-like crawl spaces for more adventurous climbers.
93% 731 votes
Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12230 MoreLess Info
The collections at the New York State Museum cover 4 areas: anthropology, biology, geology, and history. Besides the more than 9 million items in these collections, this museum also organizes 12 exhibitions each year and several other programs, such as the Family Fun Day.
For 35 years, the Egg has welcomed artists from all around the world on its stage. The building houses 2 theaters, with a total seating capacity of almost 1,500. These facilities can be rented for special events, whether public or private.
66% 98 votes
Albany, NY MoreLess Info
A historic neighborhood of the city, Lark Street now features plenty of shopping opportunities and others. In here are art galleries, coffee houses, restaurants, bars, antique shops, and even tattoo shops. It is the place where several festivals are held, such as the Art on Lark.
51 South Pearl Street, Albany, NY 12207 MoreLess Info
With a maximum capacity of 15,500 for sporting events and a total capacity of 17,500 for other public events, the Times Union Center was opened in 1990 and has hosted since then worldwide renowned artists, such as Frank Sinatra, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and U2.
89% 260 votes
Madison Ave and Willet St, Albany, NY 12210 MoreLess Info
Jogging, picnicking and fishing are some of the activities to be performed in the Washington Park. Some of the amenities include a Lakehouse Amphitheatre, a playground area, and tennis courts. In here there are over 100 species of trees, and plenty of bird to be spotted.
76% 38 votes
25 Meeting House Road, Albany, NY MoreLess Info
The site of the first Shaker settlement in America, the Shaker Heritage Society has original Shaker homes on display as well as an array of Shaker arts, crafts, and artifacts. They host corporate retreats and offer educational programs.
1036 Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12208 MoreLess Info
The Madison Theater provides entertainment including movies in their three theaters and live events in a 168-capacity performance venue with a balcony. Their lobby and cafe area features many snacks and drinks.
88% 158 votes
Madison Ave. & Broadway, Albany, NY MoreLess Info
The ship from the Dutch Apple Cruises is an exact replica of a day-liner which cruised the river at the beginning of the 20th century. Besides the daily cruises, the boat can be chartered for special private events.
96% 203 votes
Snow Dock, south of Dunn Memorial Bridge (off I-787), Albany, NY 12201 MoreLess Info
The last functional destroyer from WWII, USS Slater is now a museum which houses the largest collection of artifacts gathered from destroyers in America. Tours are available for both adults and children, with overnight camping available for the latter.