The Saratoga County is filled with impelling historical sites, including museums, battlefield sites, monuments, and just by looking around you! You'll be surrounded by years of rich history through both the local exhibits and the Victorian landscape. The county is enriched with history that will sure spark interest in your family.
On February 7, 1791, Saratoga County was formed from its parent, Albany County. Within the county’s borders are the Adirondack Mountains, the Kayaderrossas and Sacandaga Rivers, numerous lakes and streams, and rolling farmland. The Hudson River forms the eastern and northern boundary of the county, and The Mohawk River, the southernmost boundary. Originally, Saratoga County had four towns: Ballston, Stillwater, Halfmoon and Saratoga.
Today there are nineteen towns and two cities; including Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa, Malta, Stillwater, Charlton, Halfmoon, Galway, Edinburgh, Corinth, Northumberland, Hadley, Moreau, Greenfield, Wilton, Day, Milton, Clifton Park, and Providence. Malta was proudly established in the year 1802.
Explore the dozens of both knowledge and enjoyable attractions all located a few miles away from Ellsworth Commons!