Baseball, Museums, and More in Cooperstown, NY
“Cooperstown” is synonymous with “Baseball” to most Americans, but this unspoiled, upstate NY village speaks to the culture, art and heritage of our country well beyond baseball. Stellar attractions and outstanding recreational activities, nestled in the rolling hills of the northern Catskill Mountains, create vacation memories of a lifetime.
Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
At the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, a sports legacy continues with special exhibition games at Doubleday Field and Oneonta Outlaws games at Damaschke Field. Baseball attractions like the Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum and the Cooperstown Bat Company offer an intimate glimpse into baseball's past and present.
Cooperstown Shopping and Art Galleries
Search for Cooperstown antiques at more than 50 shops throughout Otsego County and don't miss The Glimmerglass Festival's seasonal performances at the Alice Busch Theater. The Farmers' Museum offers interactive exhibits and workshops amid a fascinating open-air atmosphere. spend the day exploring art galleries at one of the nation's premier art institutions, The Fenimore Art Museum. This museum continues to delight art aficionados with new and exciting exhibits.
New York Wineries and Micro-Breweries
Travel along the Cooperstown Beverage Trail, sampling and tasting the delights of some of the finest NY wineries and micro-breweries. Taste celebrated craft brews from Brewery Ommegang and Cooperstown Brewing, sip cider at Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard or linger over a glass of wine at Bear Pond Winery.
Oneonta NY - A Must See
Check out the botanical garden at the Joseph L. Popp Butterfly Conservatory in Oneonta where visitors can walk among hundreds of free flying butterflies and birds. And don't skip Main Street Oneonta shopping full of gifts and treasures for everyone. Then hop aboard the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad and ride into history.
Discover big-city excitement in a rural setting. From internationally-acclaimed theater, history and art exhibitions to a quiet afternoon hike, there's some for everyone to enjoy – truly a "Believe It Or Not" destination.