History of the Stroll
Decades of Magic, Tradition, and Family Fun
For 40 years, the Troy Victorian Stroll has been a community holiday tradition that transforms the streets of historic downtown Troy into a bygone Victorian era, complete with visitors in Victorian dress strolling the City.
The Victorian Stroll has brought residents and tourists alike together to enjoy our beautiful City of Troy - its past, present and future. The Stroll’s activities and entertainment are strategically spread throughout the streets, amidst unique shops, storefronts, restaurants, bars and parks. The events’ footprint is South to Congress Street, East to 6th Ave, West to River Street, and North to Hutton Street. There is something of interest for people of all ages at this one-day. Held each year 10 days after Thanksgiving, we hope you will join us to shop, dine and Stroll Troy!
Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce
The Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce is the principal business, civic and economic development agency for the Rensselaer Gateway communities. Founded in 1900, the Chamber represents nearly 800 diverse businesses and community organizations that employ nearly 40,000 professionals. The Chamber serves all its members - from sole proprietors to corporations with thousands of people - with programs and services designed to inform, educate and assist them in reaching their full business potential.
Since 1993, the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce has been proud to manage and present the Troy Victorian Stroll.