BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN TROY, NEW YORK

Joe Bruno Stadium 

The Joe Bruno Stadium is home to the Tri-City ValleyCats minor league baseball team. It is part of the New York-Penn historic baseball league. The ballpark, located on the Hudson Valley Community College campus is in the middle the Capital Region of New York’s three-city area

Costa Rica Private Skywalk 

Costa Rica Sky Adventures is the creators of the famous Sky Walk hanging bridges. The concept of the Sky Walk was first introduced in Monteverde in 1997. It has allowed for forest exploration from all angles 

Oakwood Cemetery

Oakwood Cemetery is located in the northeastern area of Troy. It’s a non-sectarian, rural cemetery. It was established in 1848 in response to New England’s growing rural cemetery movement. 

Hart-Cluett Historic House Museum

This beautiful white brick mansion is located in Troy’s Historic District. It was built in 1827. This museum offers a glimpse into the lavish lifestyle of 19th-century New York socialites, industrialists and wealthy New Yorkers 

Hart-Cluett Historic House Museum

The Burden Iron Works Museum, which is located along the Wynantskill River and Hudson River in Troy, was once an iron and industrial works complex. The Burden Water Wheel was once located there. It was the largest “vertical waterwheel” in industry history.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute #6

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (or RPI), was established in 1824 and is one of the oldest universities in America that specializes in applied technological research. From a hill overlooking downtown Troy, the university’s campus can be seen from the Historic District.