Saratoga Springs Turns Back The Clock For A “Victorian Christmas Streetwalk” (VIDEO)

The “Saratoga Springs Streetwalk” is a holiday tradition that has been delighting visitors for more than a quarter century.

The sidewalks of this historic city will be filled with “entertainers” dressed in Victorian garb giving the whole downtown area an amber glow reminiscent of its glory days at the turn of the century.  Then, Saratoga was one of the most popular destinations for the rich and famous who came by train up from New York City.

Click here for the many events occurring this Thursday, November 29 during Streetwalk.


When:  Thursday, November 29

Where: Downtown Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

When:  6-10 p.m.

About "Big Chuck"

Hi folks, this is "Big Chuck" here. I love Upstate New York! I have written several books about the region, do a lot of public speaking around the state, am an award-winning radio broadcaster (since 1989), write a bi-monthly newspaper column and give walking tours of Cooperstown, N.Y. Yes, I do keep busy! I hope we can share some Upstate stories on this blog! If you would like to take a look at my series of Upstate New York books visit
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