Fodor's Expert Review Albany Institute of History and Art


The 1791 museum, the state's oldest, has annual rotating exhibits and an impressive permanent collection that includes Hudson River School paintings and an Egyptian mummy exhibit. Silver, furniture, and contemporary-art collections cover regional history dating from the 1500s. The building, which combines a modern expansion with the original 18th-century space, is interesting architecturally.

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125 Washington Ave.
Albany, New York  12201, USA


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Rate Includes: $10, Closed Mon.--Tues.

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