Living History Day: Held on the first Sunday in May, a free event featuring historic re-enactors, mansion tours, music, vendors, and pony rides and a petting zoo. Typically sees more than 200 visitors to the Ten Broeck Mansion grounds during the event.
Summer Archeology Camp: Open to 5th and 6th graders, this week-long camp is conducted by professional archeologists. Campers conduct a real archeological dig and clean, catalog, and display their discoveries. ACHA offers scholarships to low income campers.
Halloween Season Events: The ACHA's resident paranormal team, Tri-City New York Paranormal Society and other sponsors put on a Halloween themed event on the last weekend in October including ghost hunts, spirit circles and in the past, haunted houses. These events are extremely popular and unique for the mansion.
Holiday House: A series of events in December highlighting the Ten Broeck Mansion decorated for the holidays. Includes musical events, teas, lectures, and a children’s story hour. The events are enhanced by a holiday shop and visits from the Dutch “Sinterklaas.” Typically sees over 1000 visitors to the Ten Broeck Mansion.
Fossieck Lecture Series: A series of free lectures on various aspects of Albany history and culture. On average, lectures attract anywhere from 30 to 60 attendees.
Ten Broeck Mansion Exhibits: The Ten Broeck Mansion Exhibit Room displays 3 to 6 exhibits on art or history throughout the year. Often features the work of
local artists and interesting historic displays about Albany County.
Jansen/Cohen Summer Concert Series: The Ten Broeck Gardens hosts a series of concerts every summer. Performances have included jazz, blues, classical, rock, and folk.