Summer Fun in Cooperstown and Otsego County!
Baseball, long days spent by the lake, and an ice cold drink. The warm weather makes it a wonderful time to get outside with the family and have some fun in Cooperstown and Otsego County. From hands-on activities to adventures on the lake—'tis the season to explore!
When planning your visit, add these places and experiences to your itinerary.
American history really comes alive during the summer at The Farmers' Museum, where daily chores are carried out on the working farm while commerce flourishes at the Village Crossroad. Visitors experience the interplay among trades, village life and agriculture in New York State circa 1845. One of the country's oldest living history museums, it features exhibits, craft demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Quench your thirst with a cool beverage at Fly Creek Cider Mill. Witness cider-making at the historic spot just three miles from Cooperstown's Main Street. Discover the Mill Store Marketplace filled with Pride of New York products like Mill-made fudge, hard ciders and apple wine, and a full range of delectable condiments. And, don’t forget to check out The Snack Barn for some delicious cider slushies!
Take a tour, and see what's on tap this summer! Brewery Ommegang brews eight ales year-round, as well as an extensive and imaginative range of seasonal and specialty ales – like the Games of Thrones line. After your tour, stop in the tasting room and gift shop, or schedule your visit during one of their many summer concert events.
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