World Series Celebration Package - 20% OFFCelebrate the win of the Boston Red Sox with a special getaway to Cooperstown. This exclusive package features:
- Charming accommodations at The Cooper Inn
- Hearty Continental Breakfast
- Tickets to the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, featuring the World Series Exhibit
- Complimentary Wi-Fi and Parking
From $139 (20% off), available November 25 - December 30, 2018
BOOK NOW or call 800-348-6222 for details.
* Per room, per night and based on availability. Excludes applicable taxes and gratuities. Not to be combined with any other offer or discount. Offer available Nov. 28 through Dec. 30, 2018. Other restrictions may apply.
Hours -Daily 9am - 5pm; summer hours (Memorial Day Weekend through the day before Labor Day) 9am - 9pm; closed Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's Day
- Adults $23, Seniors (65 and older) $15, Children (7-12) and Veterans: $12
Triple Play Package
VISIT COOPERSTOWN'S OTHER TREASURES AND SAVE
All 3 museums savings of $7.00 for adults and $2.50 for children
Triple Play: $40 Adult / $15.50 Juniors (7-12)
• Admission to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers' Museum
Double Play: $31.00 / $12.00 Juniors (7-12)
• Admission to the Baseball Hall of Fame and Fenimore Art Museum or
• Admission to the Baseball Hall of Fame and The Farmers' Museum
You may purchase the ticket at the first museum you visit. The ticket is good for one visit to each museum within one year from the date on the ticket and you do not need to visit all the museums on the same day.
The MuseumFirst and foremost, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a place to honor the game. When it was dedicated on June 12, 1939 in Cooperstown, N.Y., the Hall of Fame officially became the home of baseball by serving as its cornerstone and housing the stories honoring the greats of baseball's past. Download a floor plan and overview with our Museum Guide.
Doubleday FieldConstructed in 1920 to honor Abner Doubleday, the mythical father of baseball, this ballpark is a historic gem that still hosts games today. In 1939 thanks to the WPA program, concrete and steel structures were built to modernize the stadium with a capacity of almost 10,000. It is the annual site of the Hall of Fame Classic game on Memorial Day weekend where legendary players and Hall of Fame members take the field for a legends game.
Map/DirectionsDriving Direction to National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum