Come see why Architectural Digest named Cooperstown one of its favorite small towns in America. Enjoy a long weekend in Cooperstown, filled with your choice of compelling films and events and beautiful fall landscapes. Cooperstown and Otsego County offer inviting lodging options, museums, galleries, attractions, shops, and restaurants. Find out more at:
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Whether you're thinking about a visit, or you've already arrived, we're here to assist with your trip to Cooperstown – from our 'must-dos,' to where to stay, what to eat, and how to get around town, here's the low-down on all you need to know about America's hometown.
Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce
Find great places to stay, from charming Bed and Breakfasts to hotels. The Chamber offers an event calendar and listings of attractions, restaurants, and businesses. The Chamber is a resource and catalyst to develop, promote, and support a diverse business community in the Cooperstown area.
Cooperstown landmarks—the Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmers’ Museum, the Otesaga Hotel, the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, and the Smithy Gallery—host Glimmerglass Film Days screenings and events. We also use the ballroom of the Village Hall at 22 Main Street, which also houses the Cooperstown Art Association and the Village Library, and Templeton Hall at 63 Pioneer Street.
Otsego Outdoors is a collaborative effort to provide residents and visitors with comprehensive information on where to find and how to enjoy publicly accessible, year-round opportunities to experience the outdoors and connect with nature in Otsego County. Start exploring!
Each year, guided hikes and walks are planned for you as part of Film Days. Free and open to all.
Learn about visiting Cooperstown in the fall, some great people who call Cooperstown home, and the village's hidden gems in this personal essay by Peter Rutkoff, who some of you will know as the host of the popular Film Days Sunday Brunch Film Discussion.