Many people think of Cooperstown NY as a destination for Baseball heroes and history only. It's that and lots more! It's a naturally beautiful area filled with opera, contemporary music and art, antiquing, wineries, breweries, agricultural & natural history museums, state parks, waterfalls, fishing, and hiking trails.
See baseball's history as never seen before! Today, feel the emotion of historic baseball moments - past and present - which come to life in a journey through time. Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame online for more information.
Directions: Left on US 20; Right on NY 80 for 10 miles; Right on Chestnut, Left on Main.
Address: 25 Main Street, Cooperstown
Rediscover the innocent beauty, the intricate wisdom and the enduring charm of our rural past.
Directions : Left on US 20; Right on NY 80 for 10 miles
Address : 5775 State Hwy 80 (Lake Road) Cooperstown
Phone : 607.547.1400
For more information visit the Farmer's Museum online.
Filled with winding passages and wonder every step of the way and offering a rare glimpse into a prehistoric world formed millions of years ago by an underground river.
Directions: Left on US 20 for 24.6 miles; Right on Lykers Road to Sagendorf Corners to Discovery Drive.
Address: 255 Discovery Drive, Howes Cave, NY
Phone : 518.296.8992
Open in its current location June 1987, the Opera is situated on 43 acres of farmalnd along the shores of Otsego Lake. The intimate 900-seat theater with its unusual sliding walls, which allows the audience to enjoy fresh air and views of the surrounding countryside prior to performance and during intermissions, are a unique feature of the theater. Directions : Left on US 20; Right on NY 80 approximately 4 miles.