A day in Albany.
Spend it doing whatever you like.
Or take the planned guided tours of the New York State Capitol and the New York State Education Building. Top that with a guided tour of the Albany Institute of History and Art.
The Education Building of the State of New York was completed in 1912 and was the first major governmental building constructed exclusively for educational purposes. The tour begins with a look at the architectural elements of the building. Inside, it includes stops at The Liberty Bell, the Rotunda, the mural paintings, the Regents Room, and concludes with a viewing of the monumental artwork “The Genius of America” in Chancellor’s Hall.
Sitting majestically atop Albany’s State Street hill, the New York State Capitol has served as the seat of government for New York since the 1880s. The building is a marvel of late 19th-century architectural grandeur, built by hand of solid masonry over a period of 32 years.
Founded in 1791, the Albany Institute of History & Art is New York’s oldest museum. Visitors enjoy exhibitions that range from colonial history to contemporary art. The museum is best known for its Hudson River School collection and the “Albany mummies.”
Bus departs from Binghamton at 7:15am (boards at 7:00am)
Bus departs from Albany at 5:15pm (boards at 5:00pm)
Pay in full or reserve a seat with just $10 down and final payment due May 18th.