Tours in West Albany


Hot Air Balloon Experience at Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival

Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival

Visitors ride in the 20 hot-air balloons that float through the sky with champagne and snacks

$285 $153

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Scenic Adirondack Train Ride for Two or Four from Saratoga & North Creek Railway (Up to 45% Off)

Saratoga & North Creek Railway

Saratoga & North Creek Railway

Historic, scenic train offering spectacular views of the Adirondacks & Hudson River

$50 $29

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Two-Hour Afternoon or Evening Cruise for Two or Four from Lake George Shoreline Cruises (Up to 53% Off)

Lake George Shoreline Cruises

Lake George Shoreline Cruises

Scenic cruises on Lake George feature historic narration and sweeping views of surrounding Adirondacks

$43.98 $21

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Paradise Bay Cruise from Lake George Steamboat Company (Up to 46% Off). Three Options Available.

Lake George Steamboat Company

Lake George Steamboat Company

Aboard a century-old boat, passengers cruise over Paradise Bay and listen to the captain’s narration of the beautiful Lake George scenery

$46 $26

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Erie Canal Sightseeing Cruise for Two or Four from Erie Canal Cruises (Up to 47% Off)

Erie Canal Cruises

Herkimer

Sail past historic churches, pristine natural beauty, and through a century-old lock

$38 $20

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Wild-Food and Ecology Tour for Two, Four, or Six from "Wildman" Steve Brill (Up to 67% Off)

"Wildman" Steve Brill

Forage for wild mushrooms, salad greens, fruits, berries, and medicinal herbs while learning about the ecology of local parks and open space

$40 $18

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  • Catskill Bed and Breakfast Spa
    The Catskills B & B cradles guests in a historic 1898 Victorian home surrounded by the majesty of the northwest Catskill Mountains and an inviting community of art galleries, antique shops, and golf courses. In each of the 17 fully restored rooms, guests can cozy up to pieces of antique furniture and private bath accommodations. During the warmer months, early risers admire sleepy-eyed sunrises from the tranquil wildflower garden before taking advantage of a complimentary breakfast that includes pastries, waffles, fresh fruit, and herbal teas. With the third option of today's deal, vegetarian lunch and dinner meals continue to keep stomach furnaces well stoked with house-made soups, house-baked bread, and gourmet vegetarian recipes from throughout the world. Tension and vestigial dorsal fins are kept at by with a 60-minute kneading from a certified massage therapist, allowing guests to peacefully embark on ski and snowboard adventures at nearby mountains or covert birding missions on adjacent hiking trails.
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    156 W Main St
    Stamford, NY US
  • Woodridge Segway Tours
    Colossal train engines once pulled hefty freight along the O&W Railway's main line. Today, where the rails lines formerly cut through glistening tree canopies, a 2-mile unpaved trail splices through six rural hamlets, just 90 miles from New York City. It's along this rails-to-trails path that Woodridge Segway Tours whisks its adventurers through beautiful mountain views, clean country air, and the sounds of fresh water trickling. With safety helmets securely atop their heads, tour takers steer the two-wheeled segway transporters with intuitive gestures: leaning forward to go ahead, leaning backward to reverse, and pulling on their ears to make the segways sing.
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    13 Greenfield Rd
    Woodridge, NY US
  • CrossFit AEVITAS
    The team of trainers and athletes at CrossFit ?VITAS work closely with groups of exercisers, running them through the ever-changing Workout of the Day. The constant rotation of fitness regimens ensures that muscles never get so good at one particular movement that they stop developing. The intense workouts blend cardio and plyometrics to build healthy hearts and layers of lean muscle.
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    1 Charles Blvd.
    Guilderland, NY US
  • Ghosts of Albany
    New York City has plenty of ghost stories carved right into its concrete bones, and the guides at Ghosts of New York want to share them all. They offer 14 different year-round tours, ranging from tracing the steps of historic figures such as George Washington, to searching out the film locations where movies spirits came to un-life. They even lead phantom pub crawls in the East and West Village, touring establishments where customers have spotted the horrifying specters of empty pint glasses.
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    42 Howard Street
    Albany, NY US
  • Albany Institute of History and Art
    Established in 1791, the Albany Institute of History & Art has been chronicling artistic expression longer than the Louvre, the Smithsonian, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Visitors acquaint themselves with an eternally revolving set of exhibits, including Hajo: An Artist’s Journey, which documents Hans-Joachim Richard Christoph's work in package design incorporating the bold, stylized graphics of the Berlin school of graphic design. Visitors can sidle up to one of the permanent exhibitions, such as the panoramic landscape art of The Landscape that Defined America: The Hudson River School or the ornamentally preserved remains of Ancient Egypt, an exhibit that spotlights the Nile, the Egyptian concept of afterlife, and ways to reposition a mummy into a hip-hop mummy.
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    125 Washington Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Dutch Apple Cruises
    Decades ago, large cruise ships called dayliners traveled the wide waters of the Hudson River, ushering passengers to ports from Albany to New York City. Although time has passed, Dutch Apple Cruises keeps this tradition alive with Dutch Apple II: a 65-foot, US Coast Guard-inspected cruise ship created in the classic dayliner style. Built from a blend of indigenous and traditional sea-worthy woods, including fragrant Douglas fir and Adirondack white cedar, the three-level ship carries passengers along Albany's major waterway on narrated sightseeing tours and charter cruises. More than 100 passengers at a time roam the enclosed, temperature-controlled decks, which boast amenities such as a dance floor and cash bar. Travelers can also step out onto the open-air deck with a pair of binoculars to spot a passing eagle or watch a bass open the fruit basket they sent it. During charters, live entertainers such as DJs, dancers, singers, and comedians join passengers for a night of revelry. Dutch Apple Cruises also offers land tours that include specialty tours such as hop and haunt which traverses the haunted history of historic buildings or brewery and distillery tours that divulge what goes into churning beer annually.
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    141 Broadway
    Albany, NY US
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