Saratoga Automobile Museum
The Saratoga Automobile Museum is located within the 2,500 acres Saratoga Spa State Park, in the heart of historic Saratoga Springs, New York, world-famous for its legendary, much honored one-mile thoroughbred track.
The museum’s facility is the totally restored and renovated Saratoga Bottling Plant, a beautiful neo-classic structure built-in 1934. The Museum is adjacent to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and near the landmark Gideon Putnam Hotel.
Within walking distance in the Park is the National Museum of Dance, the Spa Little Theatre, and the lavish Hall of Springs banquet facility.
CHILDREN 6-16: $10.00
CHILDREN UNDER 6: FREE
STUDENTS 17+ (WITH ID): $10.00
SENIOR ADULTS 65+: $10.00
VETERANS/ACTIVE MILITARY: $10.00
Plan: 2-3 hr
JANUARY TO MARCH:
WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY: 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
APRIL TO SEPTEMBER:
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK: 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
OCTOBER TO DECEMBER:
TUESDAY – SUNDAY: 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
Image via Dustin Lanterman
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