Stillwater Blockhouse

Description

The Stillwater Blockhouse is a replica blockhouse built in part with timbers from Revolutionary War era structures once standing within what is now Saratoga National Historic Park, in Stillwater. The Blockhouse was a popular attraction used as a visitor center/museum at the Battlefield until park officials decided to move the Blockhouse to the Town of Stillwater. Today, the Blockhouse stands on a notably scenic section of the Hudson River, and is dedicated to local history. Visitors can view the blockhouse and exhibits that highlight life and conflict in the 18th century

Address

642 Hudson Ave.
P.O. Box 700
Stillwater, NY 12170

Lat/Long

42.93737700, -73.65643900
Visit Website
518-664-1847 ext 39

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