Schenectady

The Landing Hotel
Howe Caverns

The “Electric City,” once HQ for Thomas Edison. Now a quirky, burgeoning downtown, one block from the train station. An Artisan district in the making. And a famous collection of Colonial houses.

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Jay Street Marketplace

A rich and diverse marketplace can be found at Jay Street Marketplace in Riverfront Park.
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Proctor’s Theatre

Shows at Proctor's Theatre, a beautifully restored venue built in 1926, include a mix of Broadway touring musicals (An American in Paris), concerts (Celtic Woman: The Destiny Tour), and exciting special events (Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show).
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Schenectady Historic District

The Stockade Historic District is a collection of 17th—20th-century homes, businesses and churches, including the Schenectady Civic Players community theater. Take an audio walking tour through this neighborhood, continuously inhabited for 300+ years.

Must See Schenectady

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Empire State Aerosciences Museum

At the Empire State Aerosciences Museum, view restored Douglas, Grumman, McDonnell, and Northrop artifacts; hands-on exhibits such as Simulated Reality Vehicle; an Amelia Earhart Exhibit; and several other displays of aviation memorabilia and artifacts.
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MiSci

MiSci, the Museum of Science, features a planetarium and simulated space mission.
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Woodlawn Preserve

Woodlawn Preserve forever maintains over 135 acres of wild land, home to wildlife.

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