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Join us in the beautiful

Village of Cooperstown this April. 

Located at the southern tip of Lake Otsego, Cooperstown is filled with art, history, and culture with a scenic backdrop. 

Use this as your guide to Cooperstown and make the most of your conference trip. What will you experience? 

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outside garden with walkways and greenery overlooking the Otesaga Lake outside the Fenimore Art Museum

White church at the Farmers Museum surrounded by 19th century village buildings

Museums to Visit

Baseball Hall of Fame* and the Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum

Open 7 days a week

9am - 5pm

Fenimore Art Museum*

Open Tuesday to Sunday

10am - 4pm

The Farmers Museum (opens April 2)

Open Tuesday to Sunday

10am - 4pm

Hyde Hall

Open daily for tours

10am - 4pm

Iroquois Indian Museum (opens April 4)

Thursday to Saturday 

10am - 4pm


Noon to 4pm

Russian History Museum*

MANY Conference Hours:

Apr. 7th & 8th 1-7 PM

Apr. 9th 10 AM – 4 PM

 Director’s Tour: Apr. 9th at 11 AM

*offering free admission with your MANY Conference badge

Outdoor Spaces

New York State Parks near Cooperstown & Oneonta

Glimmerglass State Park

Robert V. Riddell State Park

Gilbert Lake State Park

Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park

Otsego County Public Lands-State Forests, Preserves & Walking Trails 

Otsego Land Trust

south view over lake otsego

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