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This monument to our revolutionary war soldiers is stunning to say the least. While we were there, unfortunately, it was not open for visitors. Had it been, one would have had an incredible view of the surrounding area. As it was, this monument - with...More
After visiting the park, this was a bit of a letdown. Maybe if we had come here first, it would have been different. It's majestic, and beautiful, a little hard to get to, and not as dramatic as I had expected. But it's still worth...More
A visit to Saratoga National Historical Park started off my 3-week history road trip, but even though this was one of the places where I stayed for the shortest, it stands out vividly. The park was incredibly peaceful and very serene. Overlooking the battlefield itself...More
I love history and these type of monuments, so I am a little biased. My 3 YO made it all 180 steps like a champ. My wife sat it out with our sleeping 2 YO but she usually does not care for these things. As...More
Being born in England but now a US Citizen I had mixed emotions visiting here (!) and my four grandsons love to tease me about how the Americans beat the British at battle sites such as these. Although they are all 9 and under they...More
Driving through beautiful rolling coutryside in the Hudson Valley, we came across this place. Clearly a focus of a lot of civic as well as national pride.
It's a heck if a tower. Standing in the middle of a large grasy patch with trees. Carvings...More
Of course this site commemorates the American victory at nearby Saratoga. The views are breath taking when you get to the top. But the prize for us was the 1 mile walk to Victory Woods, where you can walk a raised wooden trail into the...More
Stop and visit this site. You will truly enjoy the 188 stair climb to the top and enjoy a breathtaking view. National park service staff are awesome at answering any questions. My wife and I are so glad we stumbled upon this site. Take time...More
This monument is an obelisk standing nearly 155 feet, so you can spot it from miles around. It commemorates the Battle of Saratoga, which is said to be the turning point in the Revolutionary War. The architecture is beautiful and the monument was fully renovated...More