Battle of Saratoga

Known as the Turning Point of the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Saratoga happened here. When you visit Saratoga, NY take time during the day to visit the scenic battlefield before enjoying the evening goings on of historic downtown Saratoga Springs, NY.

Schuyler House

The restored country house of American General Philip Schuyler, second of four sites making up Saratoga National Historical Park, is located approximately 8 miles north of the Battlefield. Schuyler House is open for tours Wednesdays through Sundays during the summer season. Access to the house is by free guided tour.

Saratoga Monument

Saratoga battlefieldSaratoga Monument, third of four sites making up Saratoga National Historical Park, is located approximately 8 miles north of the Battlefield. This 155-foot obelisk commemorates the American victory in the Battles of Saratoga. It is open for visitation Wednesdays through Sundays during the summer season.

Victory Woods

Newly opened in June 2010, this 22-acre parcel of land, located in the Village of Victory, NY (about 8 1/2 miles north of the Battlefield), marks the final encampment site for the British Army under General John Burgoyne prior to their October 17, 1777 surrender to American forces under General Horatio Gates.