Beekman Street Arts District

Right in the Heart of Saratoga Springs, NY

Beekman Street Arts District is a revitalized and bustling art district destination located on the historic west side of Saratoga Springs, just a few blocks from Broadway and minutes from The Gideon Putnam.

Extraordinary local talent is featured along this three block stretch of period homes and buildings. Art galleries, studios, restaurants, shops, a bistro and the Beekman Street artist co-op can be found here. Some call this lively section of Saratoga the "Village in the Spa City". Artists of all ages, experience, and genres are represented.

Saratoga has a varied and vibrant music scene. History has it that Don McLean wrote "American Pie" in a Saratoga club. The storied Cafe Lena, where many singer/songwriters of the 60's and 70's performed, continues to showcase top musicians today. You can catch folk music, jazz, Irish, country, and rock at clubs along Broadway and Caroline Street.

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"Charming and relaxing. We were attending a concert at the SPAC, the Gideon is on the SPAC and state park property, allowing the opportunity to walk rather than fight the traffic. Bikes are available to rent near the hotel, the location is a great place to relax. The hotel has old charm and a great staff."
- Nadine, Expedia.com, May 2019