Maps and Directions
We are located at:
Saratoga Springs Plastic Surgery, PC
7 Wells Street, 3rd Floor
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 (map)
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directions to our office.
From Points South
Take I87 (Northway) to exit 15. Take a left on Rte. 50. Get in the right-hand lane and follow Rte. 50 down until you come to the intersection of Broadway.
At this intersection you’ll see the Saratoga Hilton Hotel (formerly Prime Hotel) to your left. Cross over Broadway onto Van Dam Street. Go up Van Dam (a small hill) and proceed to the first red light. From this light continue four blocks and make a right onto Wells Street. Continue to 7 Wells Street.
We are in the brick Professional Building to your left. This is the corner of Wells and Waterbury. Straight ahead are two parking lots. You may park in either. Go in the main entrance and take the elevator to the third floor. Our office will be directly in front of you when you exit the elevator.
From Points North
Take 187 (North) to exit 15. Take a right onto Rte. 50. Get in the right-hand lane and follow Rte. 50 south. Follow above directions.
About Saratoga Springs
This resort city of 27,000 is located only 35 miles north of Albany, New York State’s Capital. It is located within a four-hour drive of Boston and three hours from New York City and Montreal. Perhaps best known for the thoroughbreds that race at the Saratoga Race Track each July and August, Saratoga Springs is also a center of culture, the arts, and education. The city is a winner of The Great American Main Street Award and The American Heritage Great American Place award.
The Saratoga Performing Arts Center is the summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra, and hosts a jazz festival and many popular performing artists each summer. The National Museum of Dance and the National Museum of Horse Racing are also located in the city.
The city’s sparkling mineral waters and elegant Victorian setting have attracted visitors for centuries. Boasting outstanding restaurants and specialty shops, this is one of only a few small cities in America that is growing at its center, attracting new major retail stores and living environments. Its historic homes and public buildings reflect local pride in Saratoga’s architecture and rich heritage. The city is home to Skidmore College and its Tang Gallery which hosts fantastic public art shows and cultural events.
Saratoga Springs and its environs offer a wide variety of indoor and outdoor sports including ice hockey, swimming, tennis, golf, skiing, boating and fishing. The more popular spectator sports include summertime thoroughbred racing and polo, and year round harness racing at Saratoga Gaming and Raceway which also hosts New York State’s first Racino.
For more information about food, lodging and activities in Saratoga Springs, please visit www.saratoga.org.