The Stillwater Blockhouse is a replica blockhouse built in part with timbers from Revolutionary War era structures once standing within what is now Saratoga National Historic Park, in Stillwater. The Blockhouse was a popular attraction used as a visitor center/museum at the Battlefield until park officials decided to move the Blockhouse to the Town of Stillwater. Today, the Blockhouse stands on a notably scenic section of the Hudson River, and is dedicated to local history. Visitors can view the blockhouse and exhibits that highlight life and conflict in the 18th century
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Regional History, American History, European History, Religious History, Culinary Arts.