Saratoga Springs Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Saratoga Springs; our list of the best things to see, including, Pizza Works and Olde Bryan Inn.
  • The best place in Saratoga Springs:

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  • Pizza Works

    Pizza Works

    88 Henry St.
    Pizzaworks is a family pizzeria. Their hand tossed New York style, thin crust pizza is based of a traditional Italian family recipe. They also serve a variety of subs, wings, calzones, stromboli, wraps, salads and appetizers including bread sticks and garlic knots.
  • Olde Bryan Inn

    Olde Bryan Inn

    123 Maple Ave
    Step back in time to one of Saratoga’s most historic buildingswhere your dollar still has value, the food and drink are prepared with pride and personalized service is a valued tradition.Visit us at
  • National Museum of Dance

    99 South Broadway
    50, Students and seniors $5, under 12 $3.
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  • The Children's Museum at Saratoga

    69 Caroline Street
    Summer: 9:30AM-4:30PM. Winter Hours (Labor Day through June): Tu-Sa 9:30AM-4:30PM, Su noon-4:30PM. $5, under age 1 free.
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  • Saratoga Performing Arts Center

    108 Avenue of the Pines
    Summer home of the New York City Ballet, the Philadelphia Orchestra and various concerts such as The Dave Matthews Band.
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  • Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery

    815 North Broadway
    Tu-Th 10AM-5PM; F 10AM-7PM; Sa,Su 12PM-5PM.
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  • Saratoga Spa State Park

    Interstate 87 to exit 13N
    Take Route 9 north for 3 miles to park, Phone: +1 518 584-2535, [15]. Year round. Dubbed "The Public's Resort", this park has mineral baths, eighteen hole and nine hole golf courses[16], free hardtop and clay tennis courts, and several pool areas with showers, locker rooms, rest rooms and food concessions. Hiking (and cross country/snowshoe) trails and picnic areas complete with grills are available as well. The park encompasses and protects the mineral springs in use at least as far back as the 14th century. This "Queen of Spas" was a 19th century vacation retreat for the rich and famous.
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  • Saratoga Automobile Museum

    110 Avenue of the Pines
  • Saratoga Gaming and Raceway

    Nelson Avenue
    Harness racing and video gaming.
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  • Roosevelt Mineral Baths

    37-39 Roosevelt Drive
    [23] Daily 9AM-7PM.
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  • Saratoga Race Course

    267 Union Avenue
    Horse racing from late July to early September.
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  • New York State Military Museum

    61 Lake Avenue
    Tu-Sa 10AM-4PM, Su 1PM-4PM. Free will donation.
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  • Saratoga Spa Golf Course

    60 Roosevelt Drive
    Towering pines surround this 7,100 yard course.
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  • Saratoga Springs History Museum

    Canfield Casino Bldg
    Summer 10AM-4PM. Other seasons W-Sa 10AM-4PM, Su 1PM-4PM. Housed an an 1870 casino. Adults $5, ages 12-17 $3.
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  • Circus Cafe

    Circus Cafe

    392 Broadway
    The #1 destination for food and fun in Saratoga Springs. Circus offers a variety of reasonably priced, well prepared "comfort foods" and spirits. Along with the exceptional service is an atmosphere, uniquely suited for children of all ages.
  • Forno Bistro

    Forno Bistro

    541 Broadway
  • Maestro's at the Van Dam

    Maestro's at the Van Dam

    353 Broadway
    A wonderful American Bistro in the heart of Saratoga full of great energy, fine hospitality, and of course, outstanding Broadway | Saratoga Springs, NY 518-580-0312
  • Spring Street Deli & Pizza

    Spring Street Deli & Pizza

    132 Spring St
    check out the menu and our homepage at EVERYDAY LUNCH SPECIAL 2 SLICES AND A SODA $4.25
  • Country Corner Cafe

    Country Corner Cafe

    25 Church St
    Serving breakfast & lunch daily @ 25 Church St., one Block off Broadway! Home style cooking, a relaxed atmosphere and fast, friendly service, our specialties. Take out available. NEW HOURS Open Daily 7a.m., Closing @ 2p.m.Mon.- Fri.,3p.m. Sat. & Sun.
  • Druther's Brewing Company

    Druther's Brewing Company

    381 Broadway
    Given our Druthers, we're choosing to brew choice beer for good-humored, freethinkers that would rather do it their own way
  • Desperate Annie's

    10 Caroline Street
    A Caroline Street institution since who-knows-when.
  • Mare Ristorante

    17 Maple Avenue
    Trendy Italian restaurant, amazing lounge, seafood pasta and vino. Per morire per!
  • Grand Union Hotel

    Grand Union Hotel

    74 Hastings St W
    The Grand Union Hotel was located on Broadway in Saratoga Springs, New York. The hotel began as a boarding house, built by Gideon Putnam in 1802, but grew into the world's largest hotel, before it was demolished in 1953.
  • D'Andreas Pizza

    33 Caroline Street
    Su-We 11a-11p, Th 11AM-2AM, Fr-Sa 11AM-4AM.
  • Sushi Thai Garden

    44 Phila Street
    Light eating.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Saratoga Springs uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.