How to Spend 4th of July in Cooperstown

As we look ahead to next month, we wanted to share some exciting news about 4th of July celebrations in Cooperstown. The annual 4th of July parade will kick off at 11am, featuring floats, marching bands, and community groups. Plus, enjoy a fireworks display, live music, and much more. Here are some highlights to look forward to.


Springfield 4th of July Parade

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The annual 4th of July parade is held in Springfield Center, NY and is a great way to spend the Fourth of July in Cooperstown. Join others for a patriotic celebration of live music, flag raising ceremony, and the popular quilt show. The parade is followed with food and entertainment at the Springfield Community Center. Finish the day with an evening spent at the Glimmerglass State Park for an evening concert and firework display.

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The parade begins at 11:00 AM so be sure to arrive early as this tends to be a crowded event.

Cooperstown Lake Front concert

Plan an evening at the Glimmerglass State Park beach for a 4th of July concert celebration. The concert starts at 7:30 PM on July 4th.

Cooperstown fireworks

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Continue the festivities on July 5th with a beautiful display of fireworks near Lake Front Park. The fireworks will be launched from Ferry Springs Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and enjoy an evening amongst colorful fireworks over Otsego Lake. Fireworks will start around 8:30 PM.

Pay a visit to Hyde Hall

What’s more Americana than a day spent at Hyde Hall? As a stunning reminder of a bygone American era, Hyde Hall was named as a National Historic Landmark. Visitors learn about the rise and fall of this 50-room country house. This historic treasure is a true treat to add to your visit to Cooperstown.

Farmer’s Museum Independence Day Celebration

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Celebrate the Fourth of July by stepping back into the mid-1800s with a visit to the Farmer’s Museum Independence Day Celebration. Hear and watch history unfold in front of your eyes with a reading of the Declaration of Independence, presentation of the militia, the ringing of the church bell, and so much more. The Independence Day celebration is included in the regular price admission.

Visit Cooperstown Bat Company

Commemorate your trip to Cooperstown by getting your very own personalized, engraved wooden bat from the Where it All Began Bat Company.

Hotels in Cooperstown, NY

Complete your 4th of July weekend in Cooperstown with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our award-winning bed and breakfast is located near Otsego Lake, downtown, and many other local area attractions – making it easy to enjoy all there is to do in Cooperstown 4th of July weekend. Our accommodations include luxury and premium suites, standard and classic rooms plus adjoining guest rooms that are perfect for families or friends traveling together for the holiday weekend.

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We can’t wait to celebrate the 4th of July with our community this year. It’s a day to come together, to celebrate our nation’s history and to appreciate the freedoms we enjoy. We hope you’ll mark your calendars and start planning your holiday in Cooperstown. Whether you’re a longtime resident or a first-time visitor, there’s something special about spending the 4th of July in our town. 

The Best Weekend Trip to Cooperstown

Enjoy a special weekend trip to Cooperstown. Here, there’s so much to do. From spending time on Otsego Lake to exploring museums, biking and hiking trails, breweries, local festivals, and Glimmerglass State Park, in Cooperstown there’s always something fun going on. 


What to do on a Weekend Trip to Cooperstown 


Glimmerglass State Park 

Glimmerglass State Park offers so many opportunities for recreational fun, all year long. Overlooking Otsego Lake, enjoy a picnic on the beach, fish in the vast body of water, or hike along the trails. Visit historic Hyde Hall and learn about the construction, decline and resurrection of the majestic 50 room country house. In the mansion see “the finest two rooms built in a private home in America prior to 1840” and marvel at the many original furnishings. Guided tours available.  


Cooperstown Museums 

From establishments that house groundbreaking pieces of art to those that celebrate Cooperstown’s rural heritage, here you’ll find several museums to visit. As one of the country’s oldest outdoor living history museums, The Farmer’s Museum showcases rural life as it once was in 1845 in Otsego County. Fenimore Art Museum is home to beautiful art with a focus on American folk art and American Indian artwork. It’s also home to historic letters exchanged by Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. 


Glimmerglass Festival 

Celebrating the musical arts, the Glimmerglass Festival occurs every summer with musicals and opera performances. The festival is hosted at the beautiful Alice Busch Opera Theater near the northern part of Otsego Lake. Patrons have a thrilling experience at these unique concerts and enjoy the opportunity to meet fellow art enthusiasts as well. 


Brewery Ommegang 

Brewery Ommegang is an authentic Belgian-style farmstead brewery located on an old 140-acre hop farm. Visit Café Ommegang for unique beer and cider, plus delicious food from the Ommegang kitchen. You can also take a guided tour and tasting. Don’t forget to attend one of their concerts during your trip! 


Stay at The Inn at Cooperstown 

Our historic bed and breakfast is located in the heart of town, only 1 ½ blocks from the Baseball Hall of Fame and minutes away from downtown and Otsego Lake. 

Outside, our front porch is the ideal place to enjoy a glass of wine or beer and relax in our signature rocking chairs. Inside, retreat to your well-appointed room for some much need rest and more relaxation. Recharge for another day of exploring in Cooperstown, NY. 

We look forward to having you here at The Inn at Cooperstown! Book your weekend trip to Cooperstown now.

How to Celebrate the Holiday Season in Cooperstown

The weather is getting chillier, and winter is right around the corner in Cooperstown! Colder weather brings new opportunities for our little town, especially during the holidays. The clouds are beginning to form snow, downtown Cooperstown illuminates with thousands of twinkling lights, and it all brings a sense of magic during the season. Get bundled up and discover the holiday season in Cooperstown, New York!

Santa Claus Express

The old-timey atmosphere of Cooperstown entirely comes to life during the holiday season. Starting November 26, you can feast your eyes on all the holiday wonders on the Santa Claus Express. This tour takes you through Cooperstown’s beautiful nature, with Christmas music softly playing on the train while you enjoy the company of Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend

From December 2-4, head to Cherry Valley to enjoy their Holiday Weekend Market. The market will host the perfect opportunity to find the unique present made by local craft makers. Hand-crafted items such as jewelry, dining essentials, and fantastic art will be available from the shops, artisans, and restaurants.

Otsego County Fair Holiday of Lights

The Otsego County Fair Holiday of Lights has been a holiday tradition near Cooperstown for years! Starting December 9, enjoy a magical evening filled with dazzling holiday activities and other fun activities in the fairgrounds while it glows in vibrant and colorful lights.

Holiday Lantern Tours

Starting December 3, bask in the holiday glow at the Farmer’s Museum. The Holiday Lantern Tour’s magnificence heightens the historical building with beautiful Christmas decorations and displays. Tour guides will share the unique history of the December holidays in upstate New York.

A Christmas Carol at the Farmer’s Museum

Each year, the Farmer’s Museum presents a theatrical performance of the classic holiday tale, A Christmas Carol. From December 16 to 18, enjoy the story of Ebenezer Scrooge at the Louis C. Jones Center.

Stay at The Inn at Cooperstown

Our historic bed and breakfast is located in the heart of Cooperstown, only 2 ½ blocks from the Baseball Hall of Fame and minutes away from downtown and Otsego Lake.

Outside, our front porch is the idyllic place to enjoy a glass of delicious wine or beer while you relax on one of our rocking chairs. Inside, retreat to your well-appointed room for the night and enjoy the luxurious amenities and comfortable surroundings that await you.

We look forward to having you here at The Inn at Cooperstown! Book now for your next getaway.

How to Experience the Arts in Cooperstown

Cooperstown is a diverse melting pot of many cultural events, attractions, and historical treasures, making it one of the best places to discover the arts. Whether you’re looking to see a show or a world-class art exhibition, here’s how you can experience the arts in Cooperstown!

Fenimore Art Museum

The Fenimore Art Museum rests on the shores of Otsego Lake in an elegant 1930’s neo-Georgian mansion. It showcases the heritage and history of America through its permanent and rotating art exhibits. The beautiful museum houses some of the most impressive collections of American landscapes, genre paintings, American folk art, photography, and American Indian art. Take in the views of Otsego Lake from their dining outdoor terrace!

The Smithy Gallery

Sitting inside the oldest building in Cooperstown, the Smithy Gallery houses three floors of exhibition space showcasing a variety of works by local and regional artists and craftsmen. The Smithy Clay Studio, located behind the original building, is a year-round workspace where they hold pottery classes and workshops for all skill levels.

Hyde Hall

While not an art museum or gallery, Hyde Hall is one of the most beautiful representations of neoclassic country mansions in America. Step inside the national historic landmark and explore the house with its nearly 50 rooms and stunning architectural details. Bring your picnic lunch to enjoy on the lawn as you take in the unspoiled view of Otsego Lake. The gorgeous scenery inspired George Clarke to choose this site Hyde Hall two hundred years ago! Open mid-May through October.

The Cooperstown Art Association

The Cooperstown Art Association was formed in 1928 by a group of six professional artists to serve and maintain interest in the arts within the community of Cooperstown. In addition to an extensive exhibit schedule, the Cooperstown Art Association offers interactive art classes and workshops along with an ongoing figure drawing class. They also host an array of special events including Spring Cleaning-Art Bazaar, Fine Arts on the Lawn, The Pumpkin Glow, and The Adorn-A-Door Wreath Festival.

Glimmerglass Festival

Representing more of the performing arts, the Glimmerglass Festival is one of the best ways to experience the artistic culture in Cooperstown. Featuring four new fully staged productions, including three operas and one work of American musical theater, all are performed with a full orchestra and a large cast. In addition, other special performances such as concerts, lectures, and symposiums are held throughout the season as well.

The Art Garage

The Art Garage is a pop-up gallery space that offers free art displays to area visitors and residents for the past five years. Located inside a three-bay garage, each gallery is the size of a one-bay stall, filled with rotating shows of contemporary art during the summer months. It’s a great way to discover the latest local artists in Cooperstown!

Stay at Inn at Cooperstown

Cap off your dive into the arts with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our historic bed and breakfast is located in the heart of town, only 1 ½ blocks from the Baseball Hall of Fame and minutes away from downtown, Hyde Hall, Fenimore Art Museum, and Otsego Lake, making it easy to experience the arts in Cooperstown.

Outside, our front porch is the idyllic place to enjoy a glass of wine or beer while you relax on one of our rocking chairs. Inside, retreat to your well-appointed room for the night and enjoy the luxurious amenities and comfortable surroundings that await you.

We look forward to having you here at The Inn at Cooperstown!

Where to See Christmas Lights in Cooperstown

There’s nothing that puts you in the holiday spirit more than seeing the twinkle of colorful Christmas lights. And you’ll find that there’s no shortage of holiday cheer in Cooperstown. Plan your visit and experience the winter festivities in our portion of upstate New York. Here’s where to see Christmas lights in Cooperstown this holiday season.


Lantern Tours at The Farmers’ Museum

The Farmers’ Museum gets a festive makeover just in time for the holidays. Attendees can enjoy an hour-long guided tour of the grounds surrounded by twinkling lights and festive décor. Experts lead the group by lantern light and teach about the history of the wintertime holidays. Learn how upstate New Yorkers have been celebrating the most wonderful time of year throughout past years.


The Christmas Cottage

See the lights and Christmassy decor at The Christmas Cottage in Pioneer Park. At the beginning of the holiday season, Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive. They bring their Christmas cheer and set up shop at The Christmas Cottage. The jolly couple will be there for several dates towards the end of November and through December. Bring your little ones with their wish lists and get holiday photos with Santa.


North Pole Express Trains

Take a holiday train ride bursting with Christmas spirit and enjoy Central New York as it transforms into a winter wonderland. The North Pole Express Train experience starts at the Milford Depot. The depot features lights, garlands, wreaths, and more Christmas décor. Enjoy your ride taking in track light displays and indoor decor with Christmas classics playing in the background. Riders even get to snack on some delicious holiday treats at the North Pole Station stop.


Festival of Trees

Head to Oneonta for an unbeatable Christmas experience. The 2021 Festival of Trees celebrates one of the most symbolic parts of the holiday season, the trees. See evergreens of all shapes and sizes decked out with decorations of all kinds. There will be plenty of colorful lights, shimmering ornaments, sparkling additions, and more. The best part? The decorated trees are donated to local families to spread some holiday cheer.


3rd Annual Holiday of Lights

See the holiday light show in Otsego County. The third annual Holiday of Lights takes over the county fairgrounds. Volunteers spend hours prepping exciting light displays for eager visitors. This year you can enjoy the holiday spectacle from the comfort of your vehicle. Be sure to bring your camera to capture all of the colorful light presentations.


See the Lights at The Inn at Cooperstown

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When you stay at the Inn at Cooperstown, you’re just a short drive from where to see Christmas lights in Cooperstown, and in fact, you can experience them right on our property. The holidays are one of our favorite times of the year, and we make sure to show it. Every year we look forward to decorating our inn for the season. Our inn’s Christmas makeover features dozens of wreaths, signature red bows, and of course, the twinkle of lights hanging from every door and tree. It’s hard not to be in the holiday spirit at our cozy inn.


Stay at The Inn at Cooperstown

Whether you are in town for a Thanksgiving feast or a family Christmas vacation, be sure to browse our cozy accommodations at The Inn at Cooperstown. We offer several specials and packages that you can take advantage of during the winter to stay for less.

Celebrate the Season with these Fall Festivals in Cooperstown

Fall in Cooperstown, NY brings crisp air, cool temperatures, vibrant golden leaves, and warm pumpkin spice. It also ushers in the start of a season of celebration with fun, family-friendly fall festivals in Cooperstown.

Sharon Springs Harvest Festival

When: September 18th and 19th

Where: Sharon Springs, NY

Every year thousands of visitors head to the upstate community Sharon Springs, NY, for the Sharon Springs Harvest Festival. Festival-goers can find unique autumn-themed crafts and goods made by local upstate vendors and artists.  Families will find that there’s plenty to do with children. They love the horse-drawn carriage rides through the fair and playing in the Children’s Village. And with plenty of savory and sweet options to choose from, filling up on fall fair food is a must.

42nd Annual Harvest Festival

When: September 18th-19th 10am-5pm

Where: The Farmers’ Museum

Since 1978, The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown has celebrated the bounty of the autumn season with a huge fall festival. The ever-expanding regional favorite draws in crowds of locals and visitors to the area and brings together a wide variety of performers, artisans, and vendors year after year.

4th Annual Oktoberfest

When: September 24th-26th

Where: Red Shed Brewery

Experience an authentic Bavarian celebration right here in Cooperstown, sponsored by Red Shed Brewery. Be transported with décor, polka music, traditional German food, and Red Shed’s own Oktoberfest lager! Lederhosen and dirndls are optional but preferred to get you in the spirit of Oktoberfest!

Tractor Fest

When: October 9th-10th

Where: The Farmers’ Museum

A unique Cooperstown tradition, the Tractor Fest is fun for all ages! Learn about the vast world of tractors and explore the over 60 different types of tractors and farm equipment on display and at work just for this special event. Make sure you stay for the tractor parade. The impressive presentation of farm technology will leave you wowed. Kids love the tractors, live animal exhibits, carousel, and other attractions featured during this fun-filled event!

Cooperstown Fall Fling

When: October 9th 10am-5pm

Where: Clark Sports Center

This year will be the first annual fall fling showcasing the best of autumn in Cooperstown. Bring the whole family out for an exciting day filled with pumpkins, apple cider, crafts, live music, local vendors with fall-themed foods and wares, and more! This huge inaugural fall community celebration will be one to look forward to in years to come.

Honorable Mentions

The communities just outside of Cooperstown are filled with rich history and culture and feature autumn events that draw visitors from all over Otsego County!

Susquehanna Valley Garlic Festival

When: September 18th

Where Milford, NY

One of the most prominent garlic-producing regions in New York state, every year, local growers get together to showcase their harvests, unique garlic products, and wares, all to the sounds of live music from resident artists!

Autumn Fest

When: September 26th

Where: Unadilla, NY

After being postponed due to COVID, the 6th Annual Autumn Fest returns with a bang! Come out for a live music & vendor showcase, free crafts for the little ones, a corn maze, dog pageant, fall food, and more

Where to Stay in Cooperstown

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Enjoy these fall festivals in Cooperstown with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our accommodations include luxury and premium suites, standard and classic rooms, plus adjoining guest rooms that are perfect for families or friends traveling together during the fall season! Our award-winning bed and breakfast are conveniently located near The Baseball Hall of Fame, Otsego Lake, and downtown – making it easy to enjoy all there is to do in Cooperstown.

7 Reasons to Attend the Glimmerglass Film Days

Experience one of the more unique things to do in Cooperstown by attending the Glimmerglass Film Days. This year will be their seventh year showcasing outstanding films from around the world. Discover our reasons to attend the Glimmerglass Film Days and start planning your Cooperstown getaway today!

Film viewing

During the Glimmerglass Film Days, there are over 20 different films available for viewing. The Glimmerglass Film Days screenings and events are held throughout the town in various locations including the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Village Hall Ballroom, Fenimore Art Museum, and a few more. Be sure to check their website for exact locations and times.

More than just films

While the entire festival is centered around world-renowned films and documentaries, there are numerous other activities that take place over the weekend. Enhance your experience by attending one of the filmmaker talks, forums, art exhibits, guided walks, and workshops.

Opening night party

To kick off the festivities, the traditional opening night bash is held on the first Thursday of the film weekend. It is your chance to meet filmmakers, artists, and experts in the field. It is also a great way to start off the weekend of fast-paced and engaging film viewing. The event includes a buffet, complimentary beverage, plus a cash bar.

Free film Fridays

To get a feel for what Glimmerglass Film days are all about without costing you much, attend their free film Fridays. Stick around after the screening for a post-screening discussion with the producers of the film.

For the kids

There is even a film for the kids. The Glimmerglass Kids’ Film this year is Fantastic Mr. Fox. There is a kids’ film screening every year and is free to the public.

Around town

One of the best reasons to attend the Glimmerglass Film Days is spending time in the charming town of Cooperstown. Walk the streets of the historic downtown, soak up some nature at Otsego Lake, discover the many museums and other points of interest in the town, and more. Plus, other events like the Cooperstown East Restaurant Week and guided hikes and walks from Otsego Outdoors are planned the same weekend of the festival.

Use our guide to Cooperstown.

Stay at the Inn at Cooperstown

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Complete your weekend with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our award-winning Cooperstown, NY hotel offers unique historic charm, friendly hospitality, and an idyllic location in walking distance to downtown, the Baseball Hall of Fame, and more from our central Cooperstown location. Browse our accommodations and discover the best of Cooperstown with a stay at the Inn at Cooperstown!

Cooperstown Hall of Fame Weekend

Welcome to Cooperstown; the home of baseball! As one of the more popular events in town, the Cooperstown Hall of Fame Weekend brings thousands of baseball fans together with some of the game’s most notable names.

The Cooperstown Hall of Fame Induction weekend is typically held the third weekend in July (dates vary), with the annual Induction Ceremony held on that Sunday. See below for full event details and additional information to plan your trip for Cooperstown Hall of Fame weekend.

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Induction Ceremony

The Induction Ceremony is the highlight of the Cooperstown Hall of Fame weekend. Baseball fans get to see first-hand the legends of baseball accept their nomination into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The ceremony is free to attend and is recommended you arrive early to claim your spot on the lawn at the Clark Sports Center.  There is no parking at the Sports Center, so you will need to park within Cooperstown and walk to the ceremony. The walk is about one mile from the Baseball Hall of Fame and 0.9 miles from The Inn at Cooperstown. Our ideal location in Cooperstown makes us a great choice when choosing your accommodations for the Hall of Fame weekend.

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Weekend of events

There is more to the Cooperstown Hall of Fame weekend other than the Induction Ceremony. The entire weekend is filled with events such as an awards presentation and the parade of legends. Stay all weekend and enjoy these special events.


Play Ball with Ozzie Smith – Throw a pitch to Ozzie in this dream team that can only come together here in Cooperstown! The two-hour event includes personalized instructions and non-stop interaction with baseball’s greatest players.


Awards Presentation – The Hall of Fame awards presentations is held on the Saturday before the Induction Ceremony at Double Day Field. The award ceremony highlights and rewards those who have made significant contributions to the game.

Parade of Legends – Gather along Main Street in Cooperstown for the largest gathering of Hall of Famers for the Parade of Legends.


Induction Ceremony – On Sunday it is all about the Induction Ceremony. This is what everyone has planned for and it is a Cooperstown event that is not to be missed!

Event pricing

While the Induction Ceremony is free, several of the other scheduled events throughout the weekend do require a purchased ticket. For those who are a Baseball Hall of Fame member, discounts are provided with membership. Interested in becoming a member? When you stay as a guest at The Inn at Cooperstown you receive 10% off any single level, family level, or sustaining level membership.

To inquire about receiving your discount for a Baseball Hall of Fame Membership, call us at 607-547-5756 and ask for the 10/10 program.

Coooperstown hotels

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When deciding on where to stay in Cooperstown, look no further than The Inn at Cooperstown. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, we pride ourselves on genuine hospitality, distinctive accommodations, and our exclusive Baseball Hall of Fame Package. Our package offers a unique way to explore the Baseball Hall of Fame with a behind-the-scenes look at America’s favorite pastime.

Plus, our desired location near the Baseball Hall of Fame and downtown Cooperstown, make us a favorite for all Cooperstown travelers. Start browsing our accommodations today, and book your Baseball Hall of Fame package with us by calling 607-547-5756.

Cooperstown Summer Events

While there is plenty to do year-round, summer is Cooperstown comes alive with various events, festivals, and concerts. From Baseball Hall of Fame events and summer concert series, there is something to do every weekend of the season. Discover these Cooperstown summer events and start planning your getaway today!

Glimmerglass Festival

It really wouldn’t be summer in Cooperstown without an evening spent at the opera. Maybe one of the most beloved Cooperstown summer events, the Glimmerglass Festival brings a variety of original productions and rarely performed operas to our small town. This one-of-a-kind destination combines world-class opera and musical theater, for all to enjoy. The festival begins in July and continues through August.

Baseball Hall of Fame events

As the birthplace of baseball, planning a trip around one of the Baseball Hall of Fame events is a must!

Hall of Fame Classic

Kick off summer Memorial Day weekend with a true classic; The Hall of Fame Classic. Spectators will enjoy a seven-inning legends game featuring Hall of Famers and former major league players. The event is held at the Historic Doubleday Field.

Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

Another notable Cooperstown summer event is the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend. Held in July during the annual Induction Ceremony at the Clark Sports Center. Typically, more than four dozen Hall of Famers annually return for this event, with the weekend filled with fun activities and things to do. Admission to the ceremony is free and is televised live on MLB Network.

Enjoy a unique experience at the Baseball Hall of Fame with our exclusive packages. Book your stay with The Inn at Cooperstown and sign up for the Ultimate Baseball Hall of Fame Getaway Package.

Live music and festivals

If you love music, then summer in Cooperstown is where you want to be! From classical and jazz performances to waterfront shows and the Cooperstown concert series, there is something for everyone.

Cooperstown Summer Music Festival

Since 1999, the Cooperstown Music Festival has offered more than 100 concerts, featuring various artists and genres such as jazz, classical, and bluegrass. In July and August, Cooperstown hosts a variety of concerts and performances. Be sure to check their schedule for all upcoming events.

Cooperstown Lakefront Concert Series

Every summer, on Tuesdays at 7 PM, the historic bandstand at Lakefront Park lights up with musical performances for all to experience. Admission is always free, so bring your chair or blanket and relax amongst the starts on the shores of Otsego Lake for an evening of musical entertainment.

Ommegang concerts

Mark your calendars for Brewery Ommegang’s summer concert series. Every year, Brewery Ommegang hosts an all-star lineup of well-known musical performers to its 136-acre farmstead. Past performers included Elvis Costello, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Death Cab for Cutie (coming in June 2019). Be sure to purchase your tickets in advance, as these concerts tend to sell out quickly.

Other museum events

Be sure to also check out other Cooperstown summer events happening at the Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmer’s Museum, and Hyde Hall. Each offers its own unique events each summer so be sure to check their online schedules.

For more things to do in Cooperstown, visit The Inn at Cooperstown’s activities page.

Cooperstown, NY hotels

Enjoy these Cooperstown summer events with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our award-winning bed and breakfast are conveniently located near The Baseball Hall of Fame, Otsego Lake, and downtown – making it easy to enjoy all there is to do in Cooperstown. Be sure to browse our accommodations and start planning your summer vacation to Cooperstown today!