Cooperstown Things to Do

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  • 1. C&C Taxi

    I know that folks at C&C Taxi. They have great drivers and vehicles. Full time services around the clock.... Need to pick up at JFK, Albany, Newark airport? Call them, They will get you where you need...

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  • 2. Ommegang Brewerty

    Ommegang Brewery is a great side trip from Cooperstown - takes about 10 minutes to get there from the center of town. It's on a 140 acre former hop farm and...

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  • 3. Red Sox Parade..Johnny Pesky, Cooperstown, NY

    Johnny Pesky showing off to the crowd his "World Series Ring" given to him by the RedSox team. Highlight of the Parade (except for seeing Johnny Damon), riding...

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  • 4. Farmer's Museum

    This place is like an old colonial area locked in time. If you walk through this place, they have a blacksmith in his shed and other people in character around...

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  • 5. The Baseball Hall of Fame is great

    If you are a baseball fan, this place will knock your socks off. You will go through exhibits of really old memorabilia of the greats of baseball. See the...

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  • 6. Special events at the Hall of Fame

    There are a lot of special events and programs at the Hall so you should consult their calendar when planning. It is available on their website. We just...

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  • 7. Grand home of baseball lore

    Anyone who is a fan of American baseball will certainly enjoy this place. It sits in the town where purportedly baseball was invented, although there are some...

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  • 8. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

    The Museum opened in 1939 housing baseball treasures and symbolizing the honor bestowed on an athlete. It is truly every fan's "Field of Dreams" with its...

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  • 9. Farmers Market

    Saturday morning we walked over to the enclosed Farmers Market & enjoyed looking at the picture perfect produce. There were tables with tablecloths & fresh...

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  • 10. The Fenimore Art Museum

    Beautiful Museum on Lake Otsego. The terrace & grounds were beautiful with chairs & gazebo's on the lake. The foliage was perfect for photographs. We explored...

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  • 11. Doubleday Field

    Nice to walk in, sit on the grandstands & see the historic field. Doubleday Field is home to the annual Hall of Fame game every summer in which two major league...

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  • 12. National Baseball Museum

    National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is for baseball history and heroes that lived and played in USA. There is also a Canadian baseball museum (in...

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  • 13. The Farmer's Museum

    This is one of three museums in the area that are open from April to December. You can get a ticket for this one museum for $10 or buy a ticket to all three...

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  • 14. Fenimore Art Museum

    This museum is opened from April to December. It is part of the New York Historic Society's presentations in Cooperstown along with the Farmer's Museum and the...

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  • 15. Cooperstown, not just Baseball!

    If you are baseball fan, the Hall of Fame will draw you to Cooperstown. If you are not, there is something for you too.1. Fenimore Art MuseumA small museum with...

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  • 16. The Farmer's Museum

    The Farmer's museum features 3 distinct areas. An exhibit detailing the history of the Lake Ostego region, a recreated hand-carved carousel and band orgran and...

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  • 17. Baseball Hall of Fame

    Unparalleled exhibition of Baseball's Past and Present. Displays range from equipment from the first organized baseball leagues to a display of World series...

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  • 18. Opera at the Glimmerglass

    For those who are not baseball bannanas there is something even better to do in Cooperstown. The Glimmerglass opera http://glimmerglass.org/ has great opera all...

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  • 19. National Baseball Hall of Fame

    A fatasice museum of baseball in AMerica. The room where the players are enshrined is remarkable. The museum does a wonderful job with the memoribilia, and I...

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  • 20. Doubleday Field

    Doubleday Field is said to be the birthplace of Baseball in the USA. It is nestled in the middle of the village and beyond the outfield fences are Cooperstown...

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  • 21. The Farmers' Museum

    The Farmers' Museum will take you back in time to the rural life of the mid-1800s, when blacksmiths, printers, broom makers, weavers, and other craftspeople...

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  • 22. The Fenimore Art Museum

    Don't miss The Fenimore Art Museum with its spectacular American Indian Wing. Displayed in elegant buildings overlooking Otsego Lake, the Museum collections are...

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  • 23. Glimmerglass Opera

    Each summer, the Glimmerglass Opera, located just north of Cooperstown, creates four new productions, mixing exciting new versions of traditional operas with...

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  • 24. The Baseball Hall Of Fame

    Hours:The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is open seven days a week year-round, with the exception of Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's...

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  • 25. Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

    Located on Main Street, the Baseball Hall of Fame officially opened its doors on June 12, 1939. Cooperstown represents a step back in time, with buildings...

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