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Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum

Have some family fun at The Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum featuring more than 30 wax figures in historic settings

1-607-547-1273
99 Main St.
Cooperstown, NY 13326
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Have some family fun at The Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum featuring more than 30 wax figures in historic settings, a virtual reality batting cage and a "Baseball Bloopers Theatre."


While there, visit their souvenir shop to pick up some Cooperstown apparel, create a custom T-shirt or even personalize your own bat or ball! You can also enjoy a tasty bite and outdoor dining at the Hardball Café.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Cooperstown, NY

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