Historic Cherry Hill
More than just a historic house museum, Cherry Hill is a family home brimming with thousands upon thousands of artifacts and manuscripts spanning three centuries. After five generations of Van Rensselaer family ownership, Emily Rankin, the last Cherry Hill descendant, bequeathed her house and its contents to “the people of New York State.” It opened as a museum in 1964, one year after her death.
New York State Museum, Library & Archives
The New York State Museum is a center of art, science, and history dedicated to exploring the human and natural history of the state. Established in 1836, it is the oldest and largest state museum in the country. From its beginning, the Museum has been home to some of the nation’s leading scientists, including the founders of American paleontology, ethnology, botany and mycology. Its collections rank among the finest in many fields and total more than 16 million scientific specimens and one million cultural objects.
Corning Tower Observation Deck
This 42-story building was dedicated in 1983 to the memory of Erastus Corning 2nd, a long-time mayor of Albany who played a special role in the creation of the Plaza as the center of state government. The Tower is the tallest building in New York State outside of New York City. The building dominates the Albany skyline with its glass, marble and angular forms.
Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center & Henry Hudson Planetarium
The Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center offers visitors access to information seven days a week. Our knowledgeable staff can answer visitor inquiries and we are well stocked with travel brochures about the capital region of New York State.
We also offer an informative exhibit about the history of the city of Albany, we are home to the Henry Hudson Planetarium, and our gift shop is full of unique Albany items and locally made products.
Dali After Dark | Free Live Music
Dali Mamma hosts Dali After Dark each Thursday from 7:00-9:00 PM.
Out There Entertainment and the Dali Mamma Cafe bring you two hours of live live live music, every Thursday. Thats new music, every week, and it's free!
Dali Mamma | 41 State Street (main entrance on Broadway) | 518.443.2233
Kim Nazarian will perform at The Egg on April 1, 2016 at 8:00 PM.
Tickets | $20 (students, seniors) & $25 | Purchase online
Well-known to jazz fans around the world as a founding member of New York Voices, Kim Nazarian is one of the most accomplished vocalists on the scene today. Kim returns to her hometown to celebrate the release of her first recording as a leader – “Some Morning.”