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Saratoga Performing Arts Center

108 Avenue Of The Pines
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
ph. 518.584.9330
em. [email protected]

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Saratoga Performing Arts Center Diverse artistry thrives at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the cultural hub of upstate New York, the Hudson Valley, Vermont, the Berkshires, Connecticut, and nearby Canada.

SPAC hosts the New York City Ballet and The Philadelphia Orchestra in an acoustically ideal amphitheater in the heart of Spa State Park; presents superior chamber, jazz, rock and pop music, opera, Pre-Performance Talks, and Saratoga Wine & Food Festival; and oversees the National Museum of Dance.

Directions: By car from the South
(New York, New Jersey and Westchester)
NY State Thruway north to Exit 24 (Albany). Get on I-87 (The Northway) headed north, to Exit 13N (Saratoga). As you exit at 13N, turn right off the ramp onto Rte. 9 North and continue for approximately 2.5 miles. Pass through a traffic light with Saratoga Honda on the right. Signs for the entrance to Saratoga Spa State Park will be on your left. (Saratoga Performing Arts Center is inside the Park.) Turn left onto Avenue of The Pines. Follow the Avenue of The Pines through the park. Bear right at the fork. Pass Saratoga Automobile Museum on the left. At the end of Avenue of the Pines, at the traffic light, turn left onto Rte. 50, heading south. Approximately 500 yards on the left is the main parking and Box Office for Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

By car from Western New York NY State Thruway to Exit 28, Fultonville. Head toward Johnstown and follow Rte. 29 to Saratoga Springs. Rte 29 intersects with West Avenue. Take a right on West and follow to Rte. 50. Left onto Rte. 50, through a set of traffic lights and left into SPAC's main parking lot and Box Office, marked with signs on the left. OR Take Exit 27, Amsterdam, and follow Rte. 67 East to Ballston Spa and Rte. 50 North, to Saratoga Springs. The main parking lot and Box Office for SPAC is located north of Ballston Spa, on your right. The entrance is at a set of lights and clearly marked.

By car from Canada and Northern New York Take I-87 (The Northway) south to Exit 13N. As you exit at 13N, turn right off the ramp onto Rte. 9 North and continue for approximately 2.5 miles. Pass through a traffic light with Saratoga Honda on the right. Signs for the entrance to Saratoga Spa State Park will be on your left. (Saratoga Performing Arts Center is inside the Park.) Turn left onto Avenue of The Pines. Follow the Avenue of The Pines through the park. Bear right at the fork. Pass Saratoga Automobile Museum on the left. At the end of Avenue of the Pines, at the traffic light, turn left onto Rte. 50, heading south. Approximately 500 yards on the left is the main parking and Box Office for Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

By car from Central Vermont and New Hampshire Take Rte. 4 to Schuylerville and turn onto Rte. 29 to Saratoga Springs. (Rte. 29 becomes Lake Avenue). Continue to Broadway (Rte. 9 South). Left onto Broadway, to entrance to SPAC, inside Saratoga Spa State Park, on your right. Follow the Avenue of The Pines through the park. Bear right at the fork. Pass Saratoga Automobile Museum on the left. At the end of Avenue of the Pines, at the traffic light, turn left onto Rte. 50, heading south. Approximately 500 yards on the left is the main parking and Box Office for Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

By car from Massachusetts and Connecticut Take the Mass. Turnpike to the NY State Thruway, to Exit 24, Albany. Get on I-87 (The Northway) headed north, to Exit 13N (Saratoga). As you exit at 13N, turn right off the ramp onto Rte. 9 North and continue for approximately 2.5 miles. Pass through a traffic light with Saratoga Honda on the right. Signs for the entrance to Saratoga Spa State Park will be on your left. (Saratoga Performing Arts Center is inside the Park.) Turn left onto Avenue of The Pines. Follow the Avenue of The Pines through the park. Bear right at the fork. Pass Saratoga Automobile Museum on the left.

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