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  • Historic Albany Foundation
    All of the bikes at Albany's Historic Albany Foundation are easy to ride, attractive, reliable and durable. Historic Albany Foundation is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease. So if you're due for a new bike or want to invest in your first, stop by Historic Albany Foundation today.
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    89 Lexington Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Albany Institute of History and Art
    Put your creative cap on before heading to Albany Institute of History and Art, one of Albany's most beloved art institutions. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    125 Washington Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Ghosts of Albany
    The guides of Ghosts of Albany blend the natural and supernatural realms together in hair-raising tours of the city’s haunted habitats. Tour guides regale guests with paranormal tales of the city’s past and present. During 90-minute jaunts, tour-takers set out to discover the spirits of such figures as Teddy Roosevelt and former mayor Erastus Corning 2nd, while ignoring Alexander Hamilton’s pleas that he’s important too. With a blend of supernatural lore and historical fact, tours edify and entertain guests of all ages.
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    Hilton Albany Hotel
    Albany, NY US
  • The Albany Distilling Company
    In the mid-18th century, distillers at Albany's first distillery, the Quackenbush Still House, crafted rum from Caribbean molasses, Hudson River water, and wild yeast. Instead of Quackenbush's large wooden fermenting vessels, The Albany Distilling Company's distilling duo, Matt Jager and John Curtin, rely on sleek, modern equipment to create their Quackenbush Still House rum. Updated gear, yeast, and water aside, Matt and John stick to Quackenbush's original recipe to yield the rum's smooth, butterscotch-flavored finish. Their other small-batch spirits likewise pay homage to recipes of old, from the slowly processed Coal Yard New Make whiskey to Ironweed, a Prohibition-style whiskey aged in oak. Available throughout New York state, The Albany Distilling Company's libations are also served twice weekly at the distillery's very own tasting room.
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    78 Montgomery St
    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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