March 13, 2017
Celebrating the Best of Baseball in Cooperstown, NY
Located in Downtown Cooperstown, step inside the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum to learn more about the history of baseball and its players throughout time. There are more than 38,000 three-dimensional artifacts on display on three floors depicting the history of baseball from its inception to the present. Since its dedication on June 12, 1939, the museum has kept a tight record of some of the best moments in baseball history.
Inside the museum, enjoy an art gallery, plaque gallery, video and audio exhibits, and hands-on displays. Learn more about the history of the game, while testing your knowledge in baseball in an interactive exhibit. Explore the life of notable players like Babe Ruth and learn more about some of the best teams of the game. Also, discover the role of women in baseball and the history of African Americans in the sport. Each visit is self-guided, so visitors can move through the museum at their own speed.
Travel on Blount’s Great American Waterways Cruise and get the chance to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown. After your trip inside the museum, stroll down Main Street to visit shops, galleries, and The Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum – home to more than 30 wax figures.