From the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum to our incredible rural landscapes, the Cooperstown Area has a great deal to offer visitors any time of year. Click below to learn about one of our local attractions:
National Baseball Hall of Fame
Clearly the most known attribute of Coooperstown - the National Baseball Hall of Fame - where the greatest players in the history of baseball live on.
The Fenimore Art Museum
The Fenimore Art Museum is dedicated to welcoming and connecting people to our shared cultural heritage through exhibitions and programs that provoke, delight, and inspire.
Brewery Ommegang is a world-class Cooperstown brewer of Belgian style ales featuring tours, tastings and food.
Glimmerglass Opera House
The Glimmerglass Opera House is an internationally renowned summer opera festival, featuring four innovative new productions each year.
Cooperstown Dreams Park is a baseball tournament facility open to players 12 & under. Weekly tournaments involve 96 teams playing on beautiful fields in Cooperstown.
The Farmer's Museum mission is to cultivate an understanding of the rural heritage that has shaped our land, communities and American culture.
Fly Creek Cider Mill
Historic, water-powered cider mill on the banks of Fly Creek pressing fresh, sweet cider for 158 years.
Rustic Ridge Winery
Working closely with a small, well established winery and vineyard in the Finger Lakes region, Rustic Ridge offers a diverse selection of New York State produced and bottled wines for your tasting pleasure.
Zemi Farm Equestrian Center
Zemi Farm is a dressage training, showing, and lesson facility. Zemi Farm's owner, Cody Pritchard, is a USDF Bronze Medalist.
The Village of Cooperstown
Home to a wide-range of attractions, the village of Cooperstown has everything that makes small-town New York great.