Begin your visit at the Visitor Center, where you can pick up a park map & brochure. The Visitor Center also has restrooms, a museum store, 20-minute orientation film, 15-minute fiber-optic light map, timeline display, and artifact display.
Old Saratoga Unit
This restored 1777 country house of American General Philip Schuyler is located in the Village of Schuylerville, approximately 8 miles north of the Battlefield.
A 155-foot obelisk commemorating the American victory in the Battles of Saratoga, the Monument is located in the Village of Victory, approximately 8 miles north of Saratoga Battlefield.
This 22-acre parcel of land, located in the Village of Victory, NY (about 8 1/2 miles north of the Battlefield), marks the final encampment site for the British Army under General John Burgoyne prior to their October 17, 1777 surrender to American forces under General Horatio Gates.
An accessible boardwalk and pathway runs about ½ mile through Victory Woods. The path also has interpretive signs that help tell the story of the last stand for Burgoyne's surrounded army.
This outdoor memorial marks the site of the British Surrender after the Battles of Saratoga. This was the first time in world history that the British Army surrendered to another country. The accessible sidewalk curves through the site and ends at a grand bronze sculpture overlooking the Hudson River.
Last updated: April 30, 2020