About Cooperstown

Local Attractions

No matter what time of year, Cooperstown, NY, beams with community pride, as evidenced by one of the cleanest and visually attractive Main Streets in the northeast United States. Fine tree-lined neighborhoods with beautiful Victorian homes, the pristine shores of Otsego Lake and landmark attractions like the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the Fenimore Art Museum, Brewery Ommegang, and the Farmers’ Museum make the Village of Cooperstown a sure-fire way to enjoy a great vacation at any age.


How rare it is to be in the rural countryside and have such a high level of culture. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the Fenimore Art Museum, the Farmer’s Museum, Glimmerglass Opera, Hyde Hall (a stunning mansion), The Ommegang Concert Series, and the Cooperstown Art Association are just the tip of the iceberg on the cultural opportunities in a Village with a population of just over 2,000.









Boating, baseball, biking, hiking, swimming, fishing, tennis snow tubing, ice skating, cross country skiing, golf, miniature golf, batting ranges and more await you when visiting Cooperstown. Kid’s City. The Clark’s Sports Center offers indoor swimming, a fitness center, running track, basketball court, rock climbing, bowling and more.




While many perceive Cooperstown to be full of baseball shops and nothing else, the truth is there is something for every family member. Boutiques, arts and crafts, toys, women’s clothing, books, quilts, jewelry, home furnishings and a seasonal Farmer’s Market are just a few of the retail opportunities to be found in Cooperstown.