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15 Chestnut St., Cooperstown, United States
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Well we made it to Cooperstown, NY. This where the Baseball Hall of Fame is. This should be interesting and fun. As you have noticed we skipped New York City, but I am amazed at the beauty of this State! I guess everyone that has ...
... is a place you must see. Even if, your not so much a baseball fan, its a really interesting place to see. Cooperstown is a great little town. It has a lake, the houses are well maintained and its just plain cute! Larry has said, ...
... was the recommended first place to go, the Cooperstown Room. I had my camera so I took a lot of pictures. In the Cooperstown Room, it showed the beginning of baseball and the beginning of the Hall of Fame. I found out that the creator of ...
... I write this paragraph it is now a couple of days after I wrote the above paragraph. My time in Cooperstown is winding down. Last night we had a beautiful dinner literally set in the Hall of Fame Gallery! The buffet ...
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25 Main Street, Cooperstown, New York, United States
The museum that made Cooperstown famous is open year-round, and is a must-see for any true baseball fan.
Lake Road, PO Box 30 Cooperstown, New York, United States
Living history museum re-creates 19th-century rural life, complete with craftspeople demonstrating rural trades and skills in the restored buildings of an 1845 village.
Lake Rd. Cooperstown, New York, United States
Located inside a neo-Georgian mansion with terraced gardens overlooking Otsego Lake, this museum features fine collections of American art, James Fenimore Cooper memorabilia and historic photographs.
656 County Rd 33, Cooperstown, New York, United States
The only American brewery dedicated to producing all bottle-conditioned Belgian-Style Specialty Ales.