For the baseball lover - Cooperstown is "the" place to go. From the
Baseball Hall of Fame, to Doubleday Field, to Dreamspark Baseball
Camp, to the many collectible shops - there is so much to see and do.

National Baseball Hall of Fame: 
Preserving History, Honoring Excellence, Connecting Generations - the
Baseball Hall of Fame has it all. One of the country's major tourist destinations, it is surely the best known sports shrine in the world. 25 Main St., Cooperstown; (888)425-5633;

Doubleday Field: 
Doubleday Field is home to the annual Hall of Fame Game played every summer. An historic
landmark, Babe Ruth and many other Hall Of Famers made game appearances at Doubleday
Field. Off Main St., Cooperstown

Cooperstown Dreamspark: 
Home of The American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournaments. Promoting a high
caliber of play, players twelve and under, experience the purity of baseball as it was meant to be
played. 4550 Rt. 28, Hartwick Seminary; (704) 630-0050;

Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum 
The world's only baseball wax museum, there are 30 figures on display all placed in historic settings.
There are three levels of attractions including a virtual reality cage and Bloopers Theatre. 99 Main
St., Cooperstown; 607-547-1273;

Cooperstown Bat Company 
For over twenty years, the Cooperstown Bat Co. has been producing fine wood bats for the player
and collector alike. Factory: Rt. 28, Fly Creek, Store: 118 Main Street, Cooperstown;

Antiquing & Shopping Arts & Culture Baseball Hall of Fame Biking Boating & Fishing
        Brewery Ommegang
Farmer's Museum Fenimore Art Museum Fun For Kids
              Glimmerglass Opera House
Glimmerglass State Park & Beach Golfing
                   Hikes & Nature Walks
Howe Caverns Other Baseball Activities
Spas Train Rides Trolley Rides

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