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The museum houses a collection of furnishings, clothing, magazines, newspapers, photographs, records, films, sheet music and radio memorabilia, all pertaining to music.
This history museum housed in an 1832 home with 15 rooms displaying exhibits pertaining to farm and village life in Cherry Valley since the late 18th century.
Glimmerglass State Park, located eight miles outside the village of Cooperstown, overlooks Otsego Lake, the "Glimmerglass" of James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales. The...
Located eight miles outside the village of Cooperstown, overlooking Otsego Lake, the "Glimmerglass" of James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales. An uphill trail through the...
Come and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Charlotte's Vineyard. There's something for the whole family to do here. While the adults are tasting wines and visiting the gazebo the...
Hands-on history for the entire family with a 19th century village.
Perched atop a hill in Southern Otsego County, Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park provides spectacular views to the south and west. On-site facilities include a picnic area and the...
This market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, flowers and plants and more. The market is held on Thursday and Saturday from mid-July through October.
This history museum housed in a restored 19th century farmhouse displays collections of Indian artifacts, anthropology, and development of the Mohawk Valley region.
This outdoor market features vendors offering their farm fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh cut flowers, baked goods, and more. The market is held on Wednesday and Friday from...
The Glove Museum
America's only free standing Glove Museum
housed in a former 1852 United Methodist church.
Daniel Storto founder & director
has acquired a vast collection of...
Collections of American art including works by Winslow Homer, The American Impressionists, the Ash Can Artists, the Hudson River School, and American Watercolorists.
This museum has life size restorations of dinosaurs, prehistoric animal life and petrified fossils.
The Grammy-nominated Enso String Quartet performs works by Boccherini, Puccini, Verdi, Ludwig, and Tchaikovsky with flutist Linda Chesis, and cellist Raman Ramakrishnan.
This open-air market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items, baked goods, and more. The market is held on Thursday and Saturday from early July through October.
This museum's 11 galleries display permanent and changing exhibits of American folk art, American Indian art, fine art and photography.
If you love baseball, this is the place to learn everything there is to know about the game. Learn about the history of baseball and how it became the institution it is today. Get...