X Online Chat
close window
menu

BROWSE ATTRACTIONS

|
GO!
SULLIVAN-CATSKILLS
ORANGE COUNTY
 
 

Stillwater Blockhouse Museum

Built in 1927 as a reconstruction of early 18th-century blockhouses of the region, discover what it was like to live in a small town during the battles of Saratoga

1-518-664-6148
692 Hudson Ave.
Stillwater, NY 12170
Explore Stillwater Blockhouse Museum  Using Our Interactive Map
Set in a small park on the scenic shores of the Hudson River, The Stillwater Blockhouse boasts photos, documents and memorabilia telling the story of Stillwater's rich historic past.
 

Built in 1927 as a reconstruction of early 18th-century blockhouses of the region, discover what it was like to live in a small town during the battles of Saratoga.
 

The museum is open May through October.
 
 
 
 
 

Stillwater, NY

Current Conditions

68°F
Clouds

Mon
May 27
Tue
May 28
Wed
May 29
Thu
May 30
Fri
May 31
8am 64°60°56°51°45°
2pm 65°69°57°66°69°
8pm 72°69°62°65°73°

Dining near Saratoga Springs BOOK YOUR STAY Things To Do near Saratoga Springs Camping / RV near Saratoga Springs

 

LOOK WHAT ELSE
IS CLOSE BY

World Awareness Children's Museum
Capital-Saratoga
Explore World Awareness Children's Museum Using Our Interactive Map
The museum introduces children to topics related to geography, foods, daily activities and traditions in other countries through interactive exhibitions, multicultural programs, and exciting events.
American Italian Museum & Cultural Center
Capital-Saratoga
Explore American Italian Museum & Cultural Center Using Our Interactive Map
Set in a former church, this is the largest Italian American museum on the East Coast!
Oakwood Cemetery
Capital-Saratoga
Explore Oakwood Cemetery Using Our Interactive Map
Established in 1848, Oakwood Cemetery and the Earl Chapel are world-class architectural treasures and a National Historic Landmark.
The NY State Museum
Capital-Saratoga
Explore The NY State Museum Using Our Interactive Map
Albany's New York State Museum is a Fun Place to Visit and a Major Center for art, science, human and natural history.
 

Click here to learn more about
Capital-Saratoga