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National Baseball Hall of Fame

Spring is here and while for most people that means the return of green landscapes and April showers, for diehard sports fans, it means one thing: baseball is back! With Opening Day fast approaching, why not celebrate the start of a new season with a trip to Cooperstown? Learn more about the game, its history, and some of its greatest players at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, located 3 hours east of Rochester.

In addition to the famous Hall of Fame Gallery, the museum has exhibits honoring the game and its greatest moments. “Sacred Ground” centers on the stories of famous ballparks past, while “Autumn Glory” highlights the greatest moments from memorable World Series games. Certain exhibits are dedicated to greats like Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth, while others honor the history and contributions of African Americans, Latin Americans, and women in baseball.

In recent years, the Museum has introduced new content and programming in order to make it more accessible and fun for visitors of all ages. Two Discovery Tours–which are self-guided scavenger hunts–are available for visitors under 12. For kids 2-8, there’s the Sandlot Kids’ Clubhouse and miniaturized model of Miracle League Field.

Visit Cooperstown’s Other Treasures and Save You can save money by purchasing a combination ticket to visit The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Fenimore Art Museum and/orThe Farmers’ Museum. See website for details.

25 Main Street, Cooperstown, New York

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