Fall In Cooperstown
Crisp air, colorful leaves and the quaint charm of fall in America's Most Perfect Village make for a relaxing getaway. Nothing's more picturesque than the fall foliage around the lake and this year, there's plenty of reasons to visit; fun-filled festivals, fall tastes, and new exhibits and programming like Hops on Tap at The Farmers' Museum and the pioneering work on view in the exhibition Seen & Unseen: Photographs by Imogen Cunningham at Fenimore Art Museum.
Top reasons to visit Cooperstown this fall
1. Festival Central: From Harvest Festival to Cooptoberfest to Cider Fest, there is something to celebrate all season-long. Cooperstown knows how to plan a great event, where every person in the family finds something to enjoy.
2. Cider Season: There is nothing sweeter than fresh-pressed apple cider, and there's plenty to share in Cooperstown. Fly Creek Cider Mill presses every weekend and is happy to share their time-honored tradition with tours and tastings for everyone.
3. Perfect Place: During fall, time moves just a little bit slower, and for many it's the best pace to leisurely enjoy attractions like the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the new Hops on Tap programming at The Farmers' Museum and more.
4. Fall Flavors: It's time once again for the culinary team to amaze with new dishes focused on everything fall. A new lineup of draft beer will include the latest fall brews from around the region.