Fodor's Expert Review New York State Museum


The museum explores the state's history, geography, nature, and art; exhibits include a re-created Iroquois village, a display about New York birds, and a working 1916 carousel (with horses from the 1890s). A display about the September 11 terrorist attacks documents, through photographs and artifacts, rescue efforts at the World Trade Center. In February the museum hosts the regional flower show, "New York in Bloom."

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222 Madison Ave.
Albany, New York  12230, USA


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Rate Includes: Free, Closed Mon., Daily 9:30–5

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