Horse-drawn wagon rides, sledding, scavenger hunt, and more. Indoor activities include crafts,
games, dancing, and music.
A comprehensive look at the newest models and designs in recreational vehicles including motor homes, fifth wheels, travel trailers, pop ups and park model vacation homes.
A week-long celebration of the winter season with multiple events and activities.
One of the area’s most highly anticipated events of the year. Chowderfest features more than 80 vendor —including Saratoga County’s best restaurants and caterers—who open their doors to the public and serve hot bowls of chowder to event goers.
Festival of traditional dancing and music.
A week-long celebration of craft beer as part of Winterfest.
Meet with over 40 wedding specialists in one convenient venue.
Whether you want a hot tub, a gourmet outdoor grill, or a home entertainment system, you’ll find services and products to fit your lifestyle at the show.
125 Exhibitors and 8,000 attendees- running, biking, triathlon, hiking, paddling, health, fitness, travel.
Delicious meals around Saratoga County for discounted pricing.
This popular educational program runs monthly from March through June for the spring season and is free to attend. Learn about various historical topics from knowledgeable speakers at the Saratoga Springs Public Library. A full schedule is available here.
Woodworking exposition featuring furniture, toys, carvings, turnings, sports equipment, and miniatures by the region’s finest woodworkers.
America’s Largest Sprint Race. Featuring 10 lanes of 1500-meter racing and the top crews of the Northeast.
Tattooers and piercers from all over attend. You can get tattooed, pierced or just observe.
Craft beer, wine and food tasting event.
Complete with celebrities, panels, vendors, cosplay contest and more.
Dealers from the Northeast will be on hand to buy, sell, trade, and appraise your musical equipment.
Sample over 150 releases from some of America’s best craft breweries.
Annual championship series for youth rowers throughout the Empire State.
1,500 spectators, over 250 vintage automobiles of a variety of types, games and contests for kids.
Local products direct from farmers and producers. Nov.-April, Lincoln Baths and May-Oct. High Rock Park.
Tours of unique and historic homes in Saratoga Springs.
Kids-only running event benefiting our Pediatric Emergency Services, and pediatrics training for nurses.
Over 20 hot air balloons with four liftoffs, artists and artisans, live entertainment, music, ongoing craft demonstrations, kids activities.
One of the most celebrated and longest running jazz events in the world.
An open house at a local farm that’s fun and educational for the whole family.
Top-level historic competition attracts many of the country’s best horses and riders, and benefits scholarships to Skidmore College students.
Music-filled gala to celebrate the beginning of the summer opera season.
Saratoga County Fairgrounds
Sample from 100+ different microbrews from more than 40 local, regional and national breweries.
July 4th events occur throughout downtown Saratoga Springs and along Broadway.
4-mile road race through the streets of Saratoga Springs.
Music, food, rides, games, competitions and more!
One of the world’s preeminent dance companies, returns to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center every summer.
Offers amusement and 29 acres of entertainment and exhibits.
All concerts are free and take place at Congress Park during the months of July and August. See the lineup and schedule at saratogavisitorcenter.com.
Self-guided tour of an eclectic mix of 11 private gardens in and around Saratoga Springs.
The world’s oldest thoroughbred horse racing track with a capacity of 50,000, opened in 1863. Enjoy the thrill of cheering on your equine favorites as they race to the finish.
Auction house for Thoroughbred horses founded in 1898. At the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion, which houses a small auditorium and an oblong walking ring the horses are presented on.
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Summer Residency will present three week-long mini-festivals thematically structured to reflect Russian, American, and French musical traditions.
Historic “Mid-Summer Derby” is the most anticipated event of the summer racing meet.
Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s newest resident company, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is among the world’s premier chamber music.
Dog Show and Obedience Trials, five great clubs host the best dogs in the USA.
Over 250 vendors at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds.
Over 200 premiere wine and food exhibitors, invitation-only, collector Italian luxury vehicles as well as one-of-a kind seminars.
Unique line up of Irish music including everything from Celtic punk and jam music to traditional and everything in between.
Self-guided tour of 20 newly constructed homes in Saratoga County from our region’s award-winning builders.
Hour-long guided tours begin at Yaddo Garden. Private docent-led ghost tours may be arranged at a date convenient to your group from mid-September through October 31.
Pre-1990 trucks of all sizes and conditions are welcome and from original condition to restored. There is also antique tractors, engines and a flea market.
Fall season opening regatta held on Fish Creek in Saratoga Springs, and typically attracts 300 boats.
This popular educational program runs monthly from September through December for the fall season and is free to attend. Learn about various historical topics from knowledgeable speakers at the Saratoga Springs Public Library. A full schedule is available on saratogaspringsvisitorcenter.com.
See premiere collector automobiles on the SPAC stage and bid for your favorite. The event is expected to have 300 vehicles consigned for bidding this fall.
Teams of 12 (or 6) run north to Lake Placid and experience views of Saratoga Lake, the Hudson River and countryside.
Attracts over 160 teams and around 2,500 boats from across the northeast and features the country’s most unique trophies.
Feast on flavors from local area restaurants, each representing a variety of countries including France, China, Japan, Italy, Mexico, and America.
Free for families to attend. Fun activities include pumpkin race in downtown Saratoga, rock climbing wall, music performances, magic shows, trick-or-treating, petting zoo and pony rides, photo booths, costume parade and more.
A memorable wedding show with area wedding professionals, door prizes, and giveaways.
Features a 5K (walk or run), 10K (run) and a Fun Run for kids 12 and under.
At the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion, which houses a small auditorium and an oblong walking ring the horses are presented on.
Get a 3-Course dinner for just $20 or $30 and lunch for $10 plus tax & tip at participating Saratoga County restaurants.
Music, magic, gingerbread house display, Festival of Trees, choral groups, Victorian Costumes, Santa & Mrs. Claus, live reindeer, lots of venues with entertainment, all free and open to the public.
Support local shops by taking advantage of Black Friday savings in downtown Saratoga's boutiques and stores.
Over 115 unique crafters will exhibit their handmade products.
Caterers, photographers, jewelers, entertainers, bridal shops, and many more local vendors.
5K Turkey Trot race, which benefits the Christopher Dailey Foundation.
Complete with celebrities, panels, vendors, cosplay contest and more.
See more than 250 beautifully twinkling trees, wreaths, centerpieces, and other holiday items on display for visitors to purchase or simply admire.
5k road race at Skidmore College plus 70+ regional and touring acts performing live music, dance, comedy and music, with fireworks at Congress Park.
A beautiful array of handcrafted gifts fairly traded from the US and around the world.