Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015
As the hallowed home of America's pastime, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum highlights the Cooperstown experience, as every fan's "Field of Dreams." An independent, non-profit educational institution, the Hall of Fame and Museum fosters a deeper appreciation of baseball and its place in history through interactive exhibits and special events. Visit year-round or during special events like the 2015 Hall of Fame Induction Weekend and discover the hall's magic.
Discover the Hall of Fame's Exhibits
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's crowning jewel is the Plaque Gallery, where visitors will discover all 310 Hall of Fame members' bronze plaques honoring their achievements. Featuring more than 60,000 square feet of exhibit space to display countless treasures from baseball's glorious past, there's plenty to explore, including:
- One for the Books, a comprehensive look at baseball's records and the stories behind them
- Autumn Glory, baseball's postseason and World Series celebration
- Viva Baseball, exploring the Latino contribution of Passion, Flair and Joy in the game
- Sacred Ground, providing ballpark memories to rekindle the love for our childhood experiences
The Hall of Fame in Cooperstown honors the players, managers, executives and umpires who have achieved excellence in the sport. Dive into baseball's past and discover the struggles and defeats that made champions and crowned World Series winners.
Baseball's History is Everywhere in Cooperstown
Thinking of visiting Cooperstown for a baseball-themed trip? Many Cooperstown hotels are just a short drive or mere steps away from the Hall of Fame, a must-see Cooperstown attraction – but baseball really can be found everywhere in America's hometown. From exploring Doubleday Field, where some say baseball was invented, to visiting downtown's quaint shops, get your baseball fix in Cooperstown.
Make a trip from the minors to Cooperstown! The Museum will host Minor League Days each Friday in 2015 from May 1 through Dec. 4, with exhibits throughout the Museum spotlighting baseball's vast player development system and the long-standing love between the fans and the minors.