Area Attractions


Foothills Performing Arts Center

Nestled in the Catskill mountains, in the highly accessible university city of Oneonta, Foothills Performing Arts Center is a not-for-profit entertainment and civic center that serves the cultural, educational, and community needs of the Otsego, Delaware, and Chenango region.

Cooperstown All Star Village

A world-class family baseball resort located just outside the birthplace of baseball, Cooperstown, New York.

Hartwick College

An engaged community, integrating a liberal arts education with experiential learning to inspire curiosity, critical thinking, creativity, personal courage and an enduring passion for learning.

State University of New York of Oneonta

Oneonta is a highly selective college offering students a variety of liberal arts & sciences majors, pre-professional and teacher preparation programs. Both our faculty and students are committed to academic excellence.

JL Popp Butterfly Conservatory

A 3,000 sq. ft. indoor tropical garden located in historic Oneonta, NY. We exhibit various species of tropical birds and reptiles year-round, and butterflies during the warmer months of spring, summer and fall.


National Baseball Hall of Fame

A not-for-profit educational institution dedicated to fostering an appreciation of baseball and its impact on our culture, as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our National Pastime.

Cooperstown Dream Park

Home of the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame.

Farmers’ Museum

Has deep roots in New York State’s rural past. The land has been part of a working farm since 1813, when it was owned by James Fenimore Cooper.   It became known as Fenimore Farm.

Glimmerglass Opera

The Glimmerglass Festival continues its tradition of four new fully staged productions, including three operas and one work of American musical theater –performed with full orchestra, large cast and no sound amplification.


Fly Creek

Howe Caverns

Today, Howe Caverns is the largest cave open to the public in the Northeast. It is the second most-visited natural attraction in New York State.

Cider Mill

The Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard is a historic, water-powered mill on the banks of Fly Creek in the heart of beautiful Central New York just minutes from Cooperstown.

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