National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (6 min drive)
For baseball enthusiasts displaying baseball artifacts and honoring baseball legends

Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum (7 min drive) 
Hall of Famers re-created in wax; fun for the entire family

Fenimore Art Museum (10 min drive)
Property once owned by James Fenimore Cooper with a wide collection of 20th century art, 19th century photography, decorative arts, and also a collection of many items that once belonged to JFC and his family.

The Farmers Museum (10 min drive) 
Opened in 1944 when it had 5,000 tools and objects and now includes over 23,000 artifacts

Brewery Ommegang (5 min drive)
136 acre farmstead that brews eight ales year-round as well as seasonal and specialty ales. The beers are distributed in 43 states and internationally as well.

Cooperstown Escape Rooms (6 min drive) Fun for the entire family!

Glimmerglass State Park (15 min drive) 
Overlooking Otsego Lake, nicknamed “Glimmerglass” by James Fenimore; Open year-round for a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, biking, fishing, swimming, and more.

Rail Explorers (10 min drive) 
Home to the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad, take a ride using custom railbikes equipped with electric pedal assist motors