Area Information

Steps from the front doors are the banks of the Mohawk River, its breathtaking views, and appealing Towpath Byway. In less than a mile radius of the B&B, guests can visit the new Rivers Casino and Resort, trace the history of the Stockade at the Schenectady Historical Society, enjoy a Broadway Show at Proctors Theater, explore the Schenectady Museum of Innovation and Science, or visit The Nott Memorial at Union College. Within an hour drive one can visit the Historic Saratoga Raceway, or visit the Adirondack Region.

Your innkeeper, Virginia Bohn, will welcome you to the Capital region with exceptional service and a warm inviting smile.

Local Attractions

Proctors TheaterProctor's Theatre (0.4 mile)
Proctor's Theatre is a former vaudeville house located in Schenectady, New York, United States. Many famous artists have performed there, notably Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Hal Holbrook, Ted Wiles, and George Burns, as well as many others.
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Schenectady County Historical SocietyThe Schenectady County Historical Society (0.2 mile)
Interactive exhibits, talks, workshops, concerts, education programs and community events for all audiences at the Mabee Farm Historic Site in Rotterdam Junction and the Grems-Doolittle Library and the Schenectady History Museum.
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Rivers Casino & ResortRivers Casino & Resort (0.7 mile)
Rivers Casino & Resort at Mohawk Harbor in Schenectady, New York, is a LEED-certified, full-service casino features up to 1,150 slot machines, approximately 66 table games, restaurants, lounges and banquet facilities.
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Museum of Innovation and ScienceMuseum of Innovation and Science (0.9 mile)
The Museum explores the area's rich technological heritage, with some of the region's finest interactive exhibits; a must-see for families, tourists, area residents, and other visitors.
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Union CollegeUnion College (1.1 miles)
Founded in 1795 as the first planned campus in the United States, Union College is a highly selective, private, residential, liberal arts college with engineering that is consistently ranked among the nation's top colleges.
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Nott MemorialNott Memorial (1.1 miles)
The 16-sided Nott Memorial, one of America's most dramatic Victorian buildings, is the centerpiece of the Union campus. The building is dedicated to Eliphalet Nott, president of Union College and major leader of American education.
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Schenectady Symphony OrchestraSchenectady Symphony Orchestra (0.4 mile)
The Schenectady Symphony Orchestra is a talented group of more than seventy musicians, working under the leadership of award-winning Music Director Charles Schneider.
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Schenectady Light Opera CompanySchenectady Light Opera Company (0.4 mile)
The Schenectady Light Opera Company (SLOC) was born in 1926 when a group of Van Corlaer and Draper alumni joined together to "present short plays containing songs and comedy acts."
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Saratoga Race CourseSaratoga Race Course (22.7 miles)
Named one of the world's greatest sporting venues by Sports Illustrated, the past comes alive in the historic grandstand every summer as fans experience not only the best in racing, but the unmatched ambience and charm of historic Saratoga Springs.
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Cycle The Erie CanalCycle the Erie Canal (4.5 miles)
Join cyclists from across the country and around the world for Parks & Trails New York's 19th annual Cycle the Erie Canal bike tour. Enjoy beautiful scenery, fascinating history, and a one-of-a-kind cycling experience on this fully supported eight-day ride across New York between Buffalo and Albany.
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Via AquariumVia Aquarium (4 miles)
Experience the wonders of the ocean in your backyard! The Via Aquarium is the capital regions only full scale aquarium. Explore over 25,000 square feet of oceanic treasure as you and your family embark an exciting self-guided tour visiting over 2,000 creatures of the sea.
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Mohawk Towpath Scenic BywayMohawk Towpath Scenic Byway (1.3 miles)
The Mohawk Towpath Byway is a series of local, county and state highways that follow the historic route of the Erie Canal between Schenectady and Waterford/Cohoes in upstate New York.
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Getting Here

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