Oneonta - Oneonta's Main Street complements the small town ambiance. Red brick sidewalks and turn of the century style street lamps suggest the disarming feel of a simpler, more genteel era. Cooperstown – Located in the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains and a short drive from Oneonta, the area is home to two stellar halls of fame: Baseball and Soccer.
Fly Creek Cider Mill - 1856 water-powered cider mill and farm winery, offering tours, samples and a gift shop with a gourmet food store.
Brewery Ommegang - Based on traditional Belgian farmhouse architecture and set on a former hop farm in upstate New York, Brewery Ommegang brews traditional Belgian-style beers.
Cooperstown Brewing Company- This English-style brewery features beers with names like Old Slugger, Nine Man Ale, and Benchwarmer.
Bear Pond Winery - Tour facilities and taste a variety of wines from sweet to dry, dessert to table. Host a wine tasting party at your location, providing basic wine tasting knowledge.
Hyde Hall - Hyde Hall is a stunning reminder of a bygone American era. The house itself is considered the finest example of neoclassic country mansions anywhere in the United States.
Glimmerglass Queen - Enjoy Otsego Lake aboard the elegant Glimmerglass Queen. These narrated tours offer a relaxing glimpse of the history and beauty of James Fenimore Cooper's fabled Leatherstocking Tales.
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - The site of the annual induction ceremony, the museum is dedicated to the history and glory of America's past-time.
The Farmers’ Museum - A living history museum depicting 19th Century village and farm life that is also home of the Empire State Carousel.
Fenimore Art Museum - Some of the nation's finest examples of American landscape, history and genre paintings, American folk art, photography and American Indian art.
Glimmerglass State Park - Located eight miles outside the village of Cooperstown, overlooks Otsego Lake, the "Glimmerglass" of James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales.
Oquaga Creek State Park - The 55-acre Arctic Lake has a sand beach for swimmers, and anglers can fish for black bass, bullheads and rainbow trout. The rolling, wooded hills are ideal for winter sledding.