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Cooperstown - the Home of Baseball

More than just baseball, this historic village is alive with culture, art, history, natural beauty and outdoor recreation

1-607-322-4046
20 Chestnut St
Cooperstown, NY 13326
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For most of America, Cooperstown immediately brings to mind baseball, but one visit to this charming village seated on shimmering Otsego Lake and you will be amazed at what else you will discover.

Yes, Cooperstown is truly the “Birthplace of Baseball,” the site of Doubleday Field  and home to The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum – but the Cooperstown experience doesn’t end there. This historic village is also brimming with culture, art, history, natural beauty and outdoor recreation.

Journey back through American history at the Farmers’ Museum, where a living farm and village center’s live demonstrations and interactionswill  draw you into what life was like circa 1845. Cooperstown is also home one of the nation's premier art institutions, the Fenimore Art Museum  and the 200-year-old Hyde Hall, considered one of the finest examples of a neoclassical country home in the country.

While there, enjoy a wide variety  of dining and lodging options, relax and play on the lake, visit a Flemish farm-style craft brewery or step aboard the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad. The opportunities are endless!


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