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It has to be the best model of a sailing ship of that era that we have seen. The attention to detail is incredible and the ability to walk around without a guide is the best. The audio commentary makes up for everything. Would love...More
Arrived late in Albany and thought that the grandkids would enjoy exploring the brig after the disappointment of not seeing the snow. They thoroughly enjoyed over a half hour of exploration but were a little shocked when the ticket lady locked up, not realising that...More
Great auditory by the Brig itself. and you are able to lift some trunks and go all over the Brig. The history is there but not too rambling. This is run by volunteers so you may have to go to the Museum ticket office to...More
Took my two grand kids six and three. Apart from the steep stairs into the ship they had a ball. The middle deck is quite cramped but not fir little kids. Guide who greets you was very helpful. At 12 dollars for all four of...More
We were greeted by the guide and after a brief chat we toured the boat with audio commentary devices. How brave were these travelers? and such crsmped conditions, makes you think. The site is well laid out and we enjoyed our visit
The volunteer at the Amity on the day we were there, was amazingly helpful, informative and friendly! He even took some photos of our group on board!
Our visitors were enthralled with his descriptions of the origins of the ship and with the general information...More