Rogers Island Visitor Center

The Rogers Island Visitor Center is an excellent place to see a show or learn about the nation's history.

Exhibits at the Rogers Island Visitor Center in the Manhattan Center is a unique place to see a concert, theater production or comedy show. Built in 1906, the space features original architectural details, like it’s elaborately painted ceiling. Many archaeological artifacts detailing the lives of ancient Native Americans are located at the center. The Little Wood Creek site provides many of these items. The Rogers Island Visitors Center also hosts a French and Indian War encampment.

Take Amtrak to Rogers Island Visitors Center

Enjoy the center from New York via Amtrak to Fort Edward Glens Falls Station in the Adirondacks—Don’t forget to use the New York By Rail 15% discount!

Get picked up from Fort Edward Glens Falls Station and taken to your reserved #NYTRAIN Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Click here to reserve your car or call the FED office today at: 518-745-5020.