Sweet Summertime in Cooperstown

There's nothing quite like summertime in Cooperstown. The lush rolling hills surrounding our quaint little Central New York town seem to come anew with a fresh coat of emerald green; Glimmerglass, as James Fenimore Cooper nicknamed Otsego Lake, sparkles majestically in the summer sunlight; and the village buzzes with activity. It's a time when Cooperstown shines, when magic happens.

This summer is going to be one not to miss in America's hometown. From special occasions – it's the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's 75th Anniversary – and world-class entertainment, art and culture, to family-friendly fun found nowhere else, a summer vacation in Cooperstown is almost a necessity for anyone's travel bucket list. Check out our lodging options and packages to start planning!

Cooperstown Baseball, Art and Culture

Cooperstown has it all this summer: the Hall of Fame's Induction Weekend, concerts at Brewery Ommegang, games at Doubleday Field, and much more.

Visitors can enjoy all of this and then some at our top attractions, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, Fly Creek Cider Mill, The Farmers' Museum, Glimmerglass Festival, Brewery Ommegang and, new in 2014, the Cooperstown Distillery.

Whether you're visiting to celebrate the Hall of Fame's 75th Anniversary, or are returning to America's hometown for one of our world-class events, we hope to see you this summer in Cooperstown!