543 Aviation Rd.
Glens Falls, NY 12804
Phone: (518) 793-3700
Fax: (518) 793-3004
The Glen Falls Community Theatre presents a variety of performances each year.
The Wood Theater is a 30,000 square foot community facility that hosts theater, dance, music, film and presentations in a 300-seat theater with state-of-the-art lighting and sound. A 3,000 square foot rehearsal hall that is also available for receptions, meetings and workshops and over 2,600 square feet of lobby space can be found at the Charles R. Wood Theatre.
Enjoy a delicious meal in comfort, while watching a new movie in a stylish, theatre setting. Reservations are recommended.
Sporting events, concerts, family entertainment events, and dance, theatre and trade shows are held throughout the year at the Glen Falls Civic Center, a 4,806-seat, multi-purpose arena in downtown Glens Falls.
Mohican II is an ancient steamboat which was built in 1907 and was born on Lake George. She continues to adorn the lake like a jewel in the crown. Mohican is a popular attraction and conducts trips for scenery viewing. The steamboat has been a constant entertainer for all these years and has several types of cruise trips for people with a varied taste. Some of the trips that she carries include, meal cruises, New Year's cruises and entertainment/performance oriented cruises. The beautiful Mohican is also available on rental basis for private functions like weddings and intimate parties.
This dinner theatre offers a complete dinner that is followed by professional theatrical productions.
Located within the Canfield Casino and Congress Park in Saratoga Springs, the Canfield Casino is housed inside a 3-story brick building that catches the eye of all visitors with its architecturally rustic facade. Many original features like the dainty statuettes, riveted arches and parquet floors are still intact. Weddings, private parties and social events can be hosted at this grand space which is fully-equipped to meet and surpass expectations.
If you're a fan of the movie Seabiscuit, then it's time to get your head out of the clouds and into 'reel' life! Visit the Saratoga race course where there are facilities for steeplechases and horse racing. The track is only open from late July to early September, so if you're really into horses plan your vacation around this time. The course has eight restaurants so starvation is not something to worry about. Call for schedule updates.
The Saratoga Springs Visitor Center was a former trolley station that dates back to 1915 and was constructed for the Hudson Valley Railway Company. Today, it serves as a visitor center that provides information about this region and its tourist attractions.
This venue has been around since 1966. It consists of a large outdoor venue and a smaller indoor theater. Known for its annual summer festivals and its sublime setting in the woods of the Saratoga State Park it is a haven for all who visit. Past performers include Dave Matthews Band, The Grateful Dead, and James Taylor. So if you're in New York State during the summer make sure you give yourself a chance to check this venue out.
A magnificent U.S. National Armory situated on the Whitehall region in the Washington County is the Whitehall Armory. It encompasses a total land area of 2.7 acres (1.1 hectares). The spectacularly constructed armory dates back to the year 1899. It brilliantly traces the Late Victorian and the Castellated style of architecture. The castle is built mostly bu utilizing brick and stone elements. The double storied administration building along with the five story octagonal tower make up for a fascinating structure.
Developed in the year 1965 by Joe Lesik, Albany-Saratoga Speedway is an oval 4/10th track which is used for short track racing events. The track, which were initially made of asphalt is popularly known as The Great Race Place, due to the competitive short race events that takes place regularly. The tracks are now made of clay and have, in the past, hosted races that involved NASCAR modified cars. Zip ! Zap ! Zoom ! is all you'll hear at all races held here! Call ahead for more information.