A Crucial American Victory

Here, in 1777 during the American War for Independence, American troops battled and beat a British invasion force, marking the first time in world history that a British Army ever surrendered. This crucial victory secured essential foreign recognition and support, fomented world-wide wars, affirmed United States independence, and changed the face of the world. Read More

A small, red house sits behind a red cannon and beside a few trees on top of a grassy ridge.

Saratoga Battlefield

Saratoga Battlefield is the largest of 4 parts making up Saratoga National Historical Park.

A pale yellow, two-story historic house surrounded by large trees and lush lawns.

Philip Schuyler House

The country estate of Philip Schuyler: surveyor, businessman, American Revolutionary War general, and perhaps father of America's canals.

A tall, slender stone obelisk reaches into a clear blue sky.

Saratoga Monument

Built in the last quarter of the 19th century, Saratoga Monument commemorates the American victory in the Battles of Saratoga.

A brown, raised pathway winds amid a lush wooded area. An informational sign sits beside the path.

Victory Woods

General Burgoyne's British Army, retreating north from the Americans, made this ridge their final defense before their surrender.

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Mailing Address:

648 Route 32
Stillwater, NY 12170


(518) 670-2985
Saratoga National Historical Park information desk available daily from 9 AM to 5 PM

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