Nearly 300,000 people a year make the pilgrimage to Cooperstown to pay homage to the heroes of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, but in the process, many also discover an unspoiled repository of America's heritage, rich in history, art, architecture and natural beauty. Exploring the baseball museum and the other gems of Cooperstown, like the Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmers' Museum and the Glimmerglass Opera, it is possible to find the core of America itself.

How to Get Here

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By plane

Flights are available to the following large airports. Each is approximately 90 miles away:

• Albany International Airport in Albany, N.Y.
• Syracuse Hancock International Airport in Syracuse, N.Y.
• Greater Binghamton Airport in Binghamton, N.Y.,

By Car

Follow our driving directions


From all major cities, airports, and train stations in New York, Adirondack/Pine Hill Trailways can get you from where you are in New York State to Cooperstown.

Lodging and Dining

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The Cooperstown area offers a wide variety of lodging and dining experiences. Find a quaint bed and breakfast, full service luxury resort, fine dining or some place to kick your feet up. You can stay and dine in lovely Cooperstown, in one of our quaint surrounding villages, at a lakeside or countryside inn, or in the vibrant urban environment found in the city of Oneonta. Cooperstown Getaway, the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce and This is Cooperstown provide assistance in locating accommodations and dining experiences that are right for you.


Group Visits

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Minimum Group Size

Adults (19-64)

Seniors (65+) $13.50
Youth (13-18)* $11.00
Junior (7-12)* $6.00
Camp (7-12)* $10.25

*One adult chaperone is required per every 10 - Junior, Youth or Camp Groups.

Groups must make advance reservations

Group Reservation Form
Youth Group Reservation Form

School groups should contact our Education Department

Regional Attractions

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Fenimore Art Museum

The art collection at the Fenimore Art Museum inspires and educates each visitor on the rich history of American Art and how it has shaped American culture. The beauty of this collection is enhanced by the backdrop of breathtaking views of Otsego Lake. With the changing exhibitions you will want to return to be inspired again and again.

5798 State Route 80, Cooperstown, New York 13326

Farmers' Museum

Immerse yourself in the experience of life in a 19th-century village. With multiple interactive educational programs and the impressive collection of historical objects and early agricultural tools and equipment, the Farmers' Museum bring history to life in an experience to remember.

5775 State Route 80, Cooperstown, New York 13326

Leatherstocking Golf Course

Take in the breathtaking views of Cooperstown New York & Otsego Lake while playing at this challenging course. Leatherstocking Golf Course promises to be a golfing experience to remember and will have you returning to the fairways time and time again.

Leatherstocking Golf Course, Cooperstown, New York 13326

Glimmerglass Festival

Don't miss this internationally-acclaimed summer opera and musical theater festival with classic performances and modern renditions in the beautiful lakeside setting of the Glimmerglass' Alice Busch Theater.

7300 State Highway 80, Cooperstown, New York 13326

Hyde Hall

This historic estate offers seasonal tours that are kicked off with their annual Garden Party in May. In the meantime, you can explore the grounds and take in the stunning view of Otsego Lake.

267 Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown, New York 13326

New York State

New York State has something to offer everyone. From mountains to museums, New York has it all. I Love NY can help you find your perfect adventure outside of the Cooperstown area. Trek through the high peaks of the Adirondacks, rent a rustic cabin in the Catskills, taste the famous ice wines of the Finger Lakes Region, or head to Coney Island and ride the oldest wooden roller coaster in the United States.


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Plan Your Visit

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