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Cooperstown Farmers' Market

Make one stop at the market and find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty. Thirty growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles, provide fresh fruit and vegetables, meats and poultry, eggs, cheese, honey, maple syrup, jams, bread, baked goods, wines and spirits.Also available is artisan craftwork, fibers including wool and alpaca, yarn, fleece, hides, pottery, beeswax candles and jewelry.

The market is proudly sponsored by Otsego2000 and serves approximately 30,000 visitors each year. For toe-tapping entertainment, don't miss Music at the Market Saturdays, May through December.  Don't let the cold keep you away either! The Cooperstown Farmer's Market is a heated, year-round, indoor market!

COVID19 Update

Please check for details on the business’ website for the most up-to-date information on possible limited hours, max capacities, whether reservations are necessary or not, etc.  NY Tough and united with ALL, Cooperstown is keeping everyone’s health & safety front and centerClick HERE for more specific guidelines for traveling within New York State, including a Travel Advisory issued June 25th requiring a 14-day quarantine for inbound travelers from certain states. 

General Information

Season / Hours of Operation

SATURDAY MARKET: January - April: 10am - 2pm and May - August: 8am - 2pm. September - December: 10am - 2pm, TUESDAY MARKET: June - September: 12noon - 5pm.

Amenities

  • Family Friendly,
  • Sweets and Treats,
  • Products Made in New York,
  • Grocery and or Convenient Foods,
  • Crafts and/or Fine Arts,
  • Year-round,
  • Winter,
  • Spring,
  • Summer,
  • Fall
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Explore Cooperstown

Known as baseball’s birthplace, but home to so much more, Cooperstown is a place where legends roam hallowed halls, swing away on diamonds, and take to the stage under a canopy of stars. The historic village boasts a vibrant arts scene, excellent local food and beverage options, luxury accommodations, and, of course, more baseball than you can shake a bat at.

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