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Their was a crowd of few people outside and one man explaining history of Casino. Once he was done I asked a man how much was tour. To my surprise he responded it was private tour but to join him. It was not extended tour,...More
The museum is located in Congress Park. There are NO PARKING signs, vehicles will be towed. Viewed two rows of parked vehicles with NO towing. My visit was a Sunday afternoon & parked across Broadway in the NBK Bank's lot, which is next to Saratoga...More
It was a very interesting place. Odd. I don't know where to begin. I know that I never felt the way I did on the second floor and wanted nothing to do with the third floor...but I went up anyway. I was physically sick out...More
I had passed this building several times as I walked through Congress Park but never went inside. After reading some reviews here I thought it would be worth the time. I was not disappointed. On the first floor there are lot of different artifacts from...More
Well this is the place for you! It's a strange little museum, very eclectic. There's a bit of Saratoga history on the first floor. On the second floor there's an assortment of things about a famous ballet dancer who lived in Saratoga and his photographer...More
I grew up in the area, but moved away 36 years ago. I never seen it when I lived there. The last time in Saratoga was over 6 years ago and it was about to close. I didn’t get to see it. This time I...More
My son and I were walking around Congress Street Park and decided to check out the museum. It was 6 for me and 4 for him. It kept us occupied for 45 minutes or so. That seems fair to me. I would not go back...More
Admission to this wonderful venue should be increased for the value. We thoroughly enjoyed a personal tour of the building and were very impressed by the wealth of knowledge and information shared. There are three floors of history, special exhibits and a reproduction of a...More
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I watched the video and it said that in the Summer it is open 7 days a week. The door says 10am-4pm. If you are wanting to do the tour you should be there no later than 3:15 or you wouldn’t be allowed to tour. I made that... More
I watched the video and it said that in the Summer it is open 7 days a week. The door says 10am-4pm. If you are wanting to do the tour you should be there no later than 3:15 or you wouldn’t be allowed to tour. I made that mistake once. The off season they are closed Monday & Tuesday.
Hope you get to enjoy it.