Attractions for all in Cooperstown/Otsego County
Ready to discover some family fun and maximize your vacation time? Cooperstown attractions cater to baseball fans, Otsego County destinations showcase local growers and small-batch producers, and the region offers arts and culture to engage and inspire the whole family.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame serves as home base for fans of America's most beloved pastime. Discover the game's legends and landmarks, from Abner Doubleday to 21st century all-stars, and study the hallowed grounds and fabled rosters that transformed ordinary games into exceptional memories. Venture out of Cooperstown to sample hand-crafted beverages at Fly Creek Cider Mill's creekside restaurant or, for our 21 and older visitors, the Brewery Ommegang farmstead. Come summer, head for the Glimmerglass Festival for musical theater, opera, and author talks.
And there's more. If your family is looking for some hands-on activities, head to Oneonta, where you can step into a butterfly sanctuary or a science discovery center. Get outfitted for an early morning paddle at Canoe & Kayak Rentals on Ostego Lake. Hop aboard a historic train line, find local produce at farmers' markets, and step into history at historic estates like Hyde Hall and Brookwood Point. Look below to plan your trip and find things to do that will make every day of your vacation count at Cooperstown and Otsego County attractions.
Take Advantage of Vacation Time
Use this guide to find Cooperstown attractions for all ages and interests. Treat the family to a train ride, gather friends for a brewery tour in the Otsego County countryside, or enrich your vacation with arts festivals and living history at the Farmers’ Museum. And to all you baseball fans, from the Hall of Fame to Doubleday Field, we bring you closer to your favorite game.