I have lived in the Albany area for many years, but just visited the Schuyler Mansion this week. As others have noted, we had a private tour of the house as we were the only visitors on a weekday. What that tells me is that the mansion is not well advertised, but it should be. The Schuyler's hosted George and Martha Washington in the home, as well as General John Burgoyne after he surrendered his troops in 1777, which was a turning point in the American Revolutionary War. Our tour guide, Debbie, was very personable and answered all our questions. There are only some original pieces of the Schuyler's furniture in the mansion but I don't think that detracts from how the house is being restored. There is off-street parking in the rear of the building.
If you are within the Upper Hudson Library System, you can borrow a pass from a local library and get in for free.
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