- Our list of the best things to do in Schenectady, New York, features the top 110 nearby activities — including 43 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Schenectady, NY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Sights & Landmarks, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Schenectady, NY , followed by 92 popular activities in nearby cities, including Albany, Saratoga Springs, Troy, Clifton Park and Amsterdam
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Arthur's Market and Historic Coffee House Albany / Capital Region MoreLess Info
Coffee lovers enjoy a cool environment selling healthy foods, coffee, vintage music and books, all in one space
93% 151 votes
19 Clinton Ave, Albany, NY 12207 MoreLess Info
More than 150 events are held each year at the Palace Theatre. It was opened in 1931, and it was designed by John Eberson. It has a seating capacity of 2,844, and has hosted concerts, plays, live comedies, and other public events.
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.
67% 6 votes
Walsh Bowling Centers, 600 Fulton Street, Troy, NY 12180 MoreLess Info
Offering specials like college nights, dollar nights, and glow in the dark bowling, Uncle Sam lanes is a popular location for casual and enthusiastic bowlers alike. Other amenities at the bowling alley include a pro shop and a bar/lounge area.
93% 15 votes
110 8th Street, Troy, NY MoreLess Info
Part of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, EMPAC - Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center has four venues designed with improved acoustics and technology. The center holds conferences, concerts and performing arts shows.
83% 105 votes
125 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12210 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the region's history and culture, the Albany Institute of History & Art was founded in 1791, thus being one of the oldest museums in America. Its permanent collection covers areas such as painting, sculpture, antiques, rare books, home furnishing, costumes, and others.
100% 2 votes
110 8th Street, Troy, NY 12180 MoreLess Info
Part of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center is a multi-purpose facility offering a variety of events in arts, science and technology. This includes musical concerts, dance recitals and science lectures/exhibits.
55% 31 votes
Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY MoreLess Info
The Empire State Plaza Convention Center features a convention hall with state-of-the-art light and sound systems. The location also contains seven meeting rooms, an observation deck, and pre-function exhibit space.
67% 3 votes
757 Burden Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 MoreLess Info
Established as a place for local mill workers to relax and enjoy a drink, Burke's South End Tavern of Troy has a rich history reflecting the economy of the early 20th century.
95% 84 votes
290 Delaware Avenue, Albany, NY 12209 MoreLess Info
Albany's Spectrum 8 Theatres is a movie multiplex that shows a combination of Hollywood films and art house, foreign, and independent movies. The theater also hosts a variety of special events.
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.