Things To Do
Things To Do in Cooperstown, New York
Known as "America's Most Perfect Village", this charming town and breathtaking region combines baseball heritage, natural beauty, and cultural treasures for a one-of-a-kind destination filled with fun attractions for visitors to explore. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-see for all fans connecting generations to the fascinating story of America's pastime. No trip to Cooperstown is complete without a visit to this national treasure and Doubleday Field a few blocks away. Yet this breathtaking destination is so much more than just baseball history. Cultural gems await. The Farmers' Museum and Fenimore Art Museum highlight the rich local heritage of upstate New York and so much more. You'll find American folk art, American fine art, and one of the finest collections of North American Indian art in the world. Golf fans will love teeing it up on the beautiful links of one of the country's finest greens at Leatherstocking Golf Course, while nature enthusiasts will find miles of scenic hiking trails to explore.
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Explore the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, enjoy shopping and dining in the Village of Cooperstown and relax in welcoming accommodations that blend historic style with modern comfort.
Fenimore Art Museum
The extensive collections at Fenimore Art Museum help visitors discover America's rich history and culture through art and objects. The beauty of this collection is enhanced by the backdrop of breathtaking views of Otsego Lake. With many new exhibitions by well-known artists each season, you'll want to return again and again.
The Farmers' Museum
Immerse yourself in the experience of life in a 19th-century upstate New York village. With many interactive and hands-on activities plus an impressive collection of historical buildings, a carousel, and a working farmstead, The Farmers' Museum will excite visitors of all ages.
There are plenty more other great places to see near Cooperstown, New York. Sail through the serene waters of Lake Otsego, visit one of the area's renowned microbreweries for a tour, or head to one of the regions state parks for world-class hiking and swimming.