The Hart-Cluett Mansion can be found at 57 Second Street, Troy, New York, United States. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on 23 June 1973. It has served as the main office for the Rensselaer County Historical Society since the 1950s.
The Rep, a mainstay in Sheridan Hollow for over 30 years, has entertained thousands of theater-goers with its award-winning productions. This theater offers a wide range of plays, from familiar favorites like Hamlet and Othello, to the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Jon Robin Baitz and other well-known playwrights.
Waterford Historical Museum and Cultural Center, a non-profit educational institution that preserves and teaches the history and heritage of Waterford, NY. The museum is small and exhibit-based, located in the 1830 Greek Revival homestead at Hon. Hugh White.
Prospect Park is a city park covering 80 acres in Troy, New York. It is located on Mount Ida’s top between Hill Street and Congress. Prospect Park was designed by Garnet Douglass Baltimore in 1903. He was the first African-American to graduate from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institution.
Albany Barn is located in Arbor Hill. It was previously called Rock2Rebuild. The facility encourages local artists and performers to showcase their talents. There are several state-of the-art venues like The Barn, Stage 1 Gallery and Electric City Barn
The Burden Iron Works was an ironworks and industrial complex located on the Hudson River and Wynantskill Creek, Troy, New York. The Burden Water Wheel, which was once the largest vertical water wheel in the history of the world, used to be housed there.