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Believe it or not, but Washington County is home to some of the most unique things to do in Upstate New York. From contemporary art and sculpture to the roots of American history, you can find it here. Explore artists’ galleries, shop for great gifts or a fun outfit, catch a performance in one of our historic theaters, plus dinner, drinks, and more. 

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Gramp’s Old School

Stay at a newly renovated one room schoolhouse originally built in 1850. Historic charm meets modern amenities! We've preserved many features including the original chalkboards and floors. The space is updated with a modern kitchen, bathroom, and cable internet in our 760 square ft. We've just been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in the countryside just outside the village of Greenwich, 25 minutes to Saratoga and 1/4 mile to a Battenkill River public access.
Address:
Ryan Road, Greenwich, NY, USA, Greenwich, Greenwich, New York, United States 12834
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The Sperry Family Farm LLC

Hello and Welcome! We are The Sperry Family, John and Dorothy and together we run a local goat farm! We raise very friendly and super cute Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats! We offer an on the farm experience in our goat barn through Airbnb that allows you to get up close and personal with our girls! Our girls help us handcraft our amazing goat milk soap that we offer for sale online and on the farm as well as a variety of other bath and body products. We hope that you will visit us on the farm soon!
Address:
732 Coot Hill Road, Argyle, New York, United States 12809
Phone: 5189321349

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Learn The History Of Washington County

 

Washington County is rich with historic sites, museums and landmarks from Battle Hill in Fort Ann, a significant battle of the Revolutionary War, to the Fort House Museum in Fort Edward that exhibits hundreds of thousands of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Washington County.

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