Saratoga Springs Heritage Area Visitor Center

Centrally located at 297 Broadway, across from Congress Park, the Saratoga Springs Heritage Area Visitor Center is open year round to offer information about  history, attractions, accommodations, recreation, events, and much more in our region.

Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, the Visitor Center was built in 1915 by the Hudson Valley Railway as a trolley station and operated until 1940. The State of New York opened the Drink Hall in 1941, where the Saratoga mineral waters could be tasted. In 1986, the site opened as the Visitor Center and remains in operation today serving thousands of visitors each year.

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Location

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Latitude: 43.07838 Longitude: -73.786607 Elevation: 291 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Mary Flanagan

What Communities Does This Facility Serve

The City of Saratoga Springs

Saratoga County

NY State Heritage Areas

What Are The Stories Told In This Facility

The Saratoga Springs Heritage Area Visitor Center preserves and promotes existing cultural, historical, and natural resources to strengthen the economy, to educate the community, and to enrich the quality of life in Saratoga Springs.

What Are The “Don’t Miss” Experiences In This Community

A City known for Health, History and Horses, your Saratoga experience begins at the Visitor Center. Friendly guides, local maps, exhibits, information kiosks, and an audio-visual presentation will introduce you to the history and attractions of the City and the surrounding areas.

Season And Hours Open

Open Year Round HOURS: 9am - 5pm Monday - Saturday 

Open Sundays from Memorial Day through mid November 10am - 3pm

Identify And Describe The Management Organization

Operated by the City of Saratoga Springs under the direction of the Office of the Mayor.

www.saratogaspringsvisitorcenter.org

Staff Contacts: Johnnie Roberts - Johnnie.Roberts@Saratoga-Springs.org

                           Mary Flanagan - Mary.Flanagan@Saratoga-Springs.org

Fees

no

ADA Accessible

yes

Tours Are Offered

yes

Site is Child-friendly

yes

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