Baseball fans are well acquainted with Cooperstown's sports legacy. Walk the hallowed halls of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, watch a baseball game at Doubleday Field, and pop into shops in Cooperstown along the charming Main Street of America's Hometown.
Baseball isn't the only Cooperstown attraction. Home to the world-renowned Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers' Museum, Cooperstown boasts a rich arts community. With stunning seasonal performances continuing to delight audiences at The Glimmerglass Festival, each offering special Cooperstown events, the arts community is thriving.
Outdoorsmen and women will delight in the region's landscape. The Glimmerglass State Park offers year-round outdoor recreation, including swimming and camping along wooded shores. Tour Hyde Hall, a 50-room 19th century museum located on the park's grounds or hunt for treasure in one of the many Cooperstown's antique and craft shops. At the end of the day unwind in one of our Cooperstown hotels or quaint bed & breakfasts and enjoy the spectacular scenery.
For additional resources in planning your trip, visit CooperstownGetaway.org.