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Museums of All Types in Cooperstown, NY

Cooperstown is home to museums that will interest anyone. From the history of baseball at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, to a look at the 1800s lifestyle at the Farmer's Museum, and even a world-class art collection at the Fenmiore Art Museum. Everyone in your family will find something that keeps them interested, and happy to visit Cooperstown time and time again.

Exhibits at the 1815 Federal House range from 1778 Cherry Valley massacre to the late 20th century. Collections include 1830s memorabilia, antique fire engines and a diorama of the infamous Cherry...
Location: Cherry Valley
Founded in 1939, the Greater Oneonta Historical Society, formerly the Upper Susquehanna Historical Society, strives to preserve the heritage of the Greater Oneonta area and to educate the population...
Location: Oneonta
Heroes of the Game Wax Museum Cooperstown
The Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum features over 30 wax figures in historic settings, a virtual reality batting cage and a "Baseball Bloopers Theatre" - something for the entire family!
Location: Cooperstown
Old Middlefield Schoolhouse Museum
From its beginnings as an informal historical society in 1959, the Middlefield Historical Association has developed a local history museum and community center, a program series ranging from craft...
Location: Cooperstown
Richfield Springs, NY
Located in the historic Gladstone on US Route 20, the Richfield Springs Historic Association and Museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts, photos, and writings depicting more than 150...
Location: Richfield Springs
Oneonta's oldest structure was built in 1807 by Lawrence Swart, a Revolutionary War Veteran from Schoharie County. Recently renovated, the house was awarded an historic preservation award by the NYS...
Location: Oneonta
The Yager features permanent and changing exhibitions of fine art, archaeology and ethnography, with collections ranging from ancient artifacts of the Upper Susquehanna's first human inhabitants to...
Location: Oneonta