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Enjoy a wonderful bed and breakfast, Saratoga NY events, activities and excitement! Westchester House B&B offers easy access to everything the Spa City has to offer, from dining and shopping, to Saratoga events, activities, racing and more! After a full day of excitement and fun, retire to your luxurious accommodations at the Westchester House Bed and Breakfast Saratoga Springs, and enjoy the very best lodging in Saratoga!
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Great Things to do in Saratoga Springs -
Adirondack Balloon Flights - Experience magnificent views of the Adirondack Region of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont, and the feeling of escape and freedom that only a balloon ride can give.
Brookside Museum - As the home of the Saratoga County Historical Society, Brookside Museum inspires community memory by telling the story of Saratoga County through interactive and engaging programs and exhibits.
Champlain Canal Tour Boats - All along our cruising range, north to Fort Miller or south to the Saratoga National Historical Park, you'll enjoy the majesty of miles of unspoiled river scenery and marvel at the history that our tours unfold for you.
Saratoga Gaming and Raceway/Racino - Enjoy 'slots', simulcasting of races throughout the country or their nightclub with live music and dj's. During the winter meet enjoy weekend afternoon racing and in the spring and summer it’s evening racing under the lights.
Grant's Cottage - Ulysses Grant came to this cottage on Mt. McGregor to complete his memoirs. The rooms remain as they were when he died here in July 1885; there is also a spectacular view of the Hudson Valley.
Historical Society of Saratoga Springs - Saratoga Springs History Museum – Houses a treasure trove of materials about this diverse and colorful city. Always an exhibit of one of the Grand Hotels, gambling from the city's storied past, and changing exhibits related to Saratoga.
Howe Caverns, Inc. - Howe Caverns is a premier attraction which provides unparalleled cavern adventures designed to enlighten, entertain, and educate.
The Hyde Collection Art Museum - TThe Hyde Collection Art Museum is the result of 50 years of avid and highly informed art collecting during the first half of the twentieth century by Louis and Charlotte Hyde whose story starts in the 1880s.
Lake George Shoreline Cruise - Cascading Mountains of green frame the sparkling blue waterway just off our shore. Seagulls, perched on pilings, oversee our ships as they dock at the pier.
Lake George Steamboat Co., Inc. - Enjoy a cruise around the lake, or charter a boat for your wedding and reception.
Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum - A museum devoted to turn-of-the-20th century opera singer Marcella Sembrich, open since a 1937, located at a point on Lake George in Bolton Landing. Costumes, photos, operatic memorabilia in a glorious setting. Open July 1 through Labor Day.
The Corn Maize at Schuyler Farms - Come enjoy family fun and learning at its peak! Walk through the maze cut into the field of corn and see if you can find your way out.
National Museum of Racing - The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame is located in Saratoga Springs, New York, across from the historic Saratoga Race Course, the oldest operating track in the country.
New York Racing Association - The finest thoroughbred racing - anywhere. Late July thru Labor Day, enjoy 140 years of the tradition.
Museum of Dance - The National Museum of Dance & Hall of Fame was established in 1986 and is the only museum in the nation dedicated to professional American dance.
New York State Miliary Museum and Veteran's Research Center - Housed in a magnificent old Armory, this Museum focuses on the long history of New York men and women and their services to the country. Worth a trip and only a handful of blocks from the Westchester House.
Saratoga Auto Museum - The museum, located on the grounds of the Saratoga Spa Park, will display cars, trucks, and other vehicles representing the automotive heritage of New York State and the world of motorized transportation.
Saratoga Performing Arts Center - For nearly four decades, SPAC has hosted world-class classical programming for upstate New York's resident and visiting summer community. The New York City Ballet, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Saratoga Chamber Music Festival, Freihofer's Jazz Festival and Lake George Opera Festival have delighted faithful audiences on our spacious grounds, just beyond the bustle of Saratoga Springs' historic Downtown.
Skidmore College - The outstanding liberal arts college has an interesting campus just beyond the largest collection of mansions in Saratoga Springs. Two buildings you shouldn't miss are the Tang Museum which always has thought-provoking exhibits and in the summer concerts on the roof; and the Zankel Music Center a glorious addition to the performance spaces in Saratoga Springs with many open to the public. The summer brings The NY Writer's Institute and the Jazz Institute among other events.
Yaddo - Yaddo is an artists' community located on a 400-acre estate in Saratoga Springs, New York. Its mission is to nurture the creative process by providing an opportunity for artists to work without interruption in a supportive environment.