National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Features baseball artifacts, works of art, literature, photographs, memorabilia and related materials which focus on the history of the game over time, its players, and those elected to the Hall of Fame.
Cherry Valley Museum - The Museum houses a large collection of artifacts which displays much of the history of the Cherry Valley and surrounding areas.
Northeast Classic Car Museum - Displays nearly 125 of the most beautiful and unique automobiles ever produced. Highlighted in seven exhibits are fascinating examples of early technological advances, plus unusual models and famous manufacturers that shaped our country's automotive heritage.
Erie Canal Village - An outdoor living history museum. It is a constructed 19th century settlement near the site where on July 4, 1817, the first shovelful of earth was turned for the construction of the original Erie Canal.
Fenimore Art Museum - Features changing exhibitions that explore the history and themes of America's finest art.
Fort Rickey Children's Discovery Zoo - A special type of zoo dedicated to children and offers three distinct experiences....wild animals, wild play and wild water and all three offer opportunities for exploration and interaction.
Howe Caverns - A premier attraction which provides unparalleled cavern adventures designed to enlighten, entertain, and educate. Visitors can take a journey 156 feet (48 meters) underground to discover a prehistoric world formed millions of years ago.
International Boxing Hall of Fame - The mission of the International Boxing Hall Of Fame is to honor and preserve boxing's rich heritage, chronicle the achievements of those who excelled and provide an educational experience for its many visitors.
Kopernik Observatory & Science Center - New York State's first science laboratory facility designed for K-12 teachers, students and their families. Facilities include 3 Observatory Telescopes, Physics/Laser Lab, 20 Acre Dark Site, Computer Imaging Lab, Earthquake Station and lots more.
Roberson Museum and Science Center - Features a variety of creative, hands-on learning experiments, a science gallery, exhibits and more.
Secret Caverns - Located 35 miles west of Albany, Secret Caverns offer 45 minute tours that give an intimate view of ancient calcite formations, prehistoric fossils, and a spectacular 100 foot underground waterfall.
The Discovery Center of the Southern Tier - Offers children the opportunity to develop the intellectual, physical, and emotional well being through participatory exhibits and programs. These exhibits engage the senses, challenge the mind and offer a diverse framework for discovery in the Humanities, Arts and Sciences.
Broome-Tioga Sports Center - Off-road racing facility promoting a variety of events including, Motorcycle Motocross Events, ATV Motocross Events, Motorcycle & ATV Hare Scramble events, Snowmobile Sno-Cross, Snowmobile Grass & Snow Drags, Automobile Demolition Derbies, Car & Street Rod Shows, and Music Concerts.
Cider Mill Playhouse - Features plays in an operating cider mill. Come be part of the fun and 'enjoy the show!'
Rogers Environmental Education Center - The 571 acres offer a variety of habitats for the walker, bird watcher, photographer, snowshoer, or cross-country skier. Trails traverse woodlands, meadows, wetlands, plantations and farm fields.
The Farmer's Museum - Turn back the pages of time to 1845 when you stroll through the historic village and working farm. Meet the craftspeople who continue the traditions of tradesmen from the 19th century, learn about life on the farm firsthand, and experience the celebrations and day-to-day routines of rural Americans.
Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard - This turn-of-the-century water-powered mill is a fascinating family attraction located in the heart of New York State just minutes from Cooperstown. Sample a wide variety of taste treats in the Snack Barn featuring old-fashioned cider mill donuts, hearty chili, daily soup specials, hot spiced cider, hot dogs, apple pie a la mode, cider floats and more.
The Glimmerglass Festival - The mission of the Glimmerglass Operas is to produce new, little known, and familiar operas and works of music theater in innovative productions which capitalize on the intimacy and natural setting of The Alice Busch Opera theater.
Hyde Hall - A stunning reminder of a bygone American era when families of English aristocracy established vast estates in the former colonies. The house itself may well be the finest example of neoclassic country mansions anywhere in America.
Iroquois Indian Museum - Introduces the public to Iroquois by featuring their art, past and present, as a window into their culture. As an anthropological institution, it is informed by archeology, history, and research on the common creative spirit of modern artists and craftspeople.
Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railway - In an area rich with railroad history the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad takes visitors back in time with vintage rail cars and locomotives through the scenic wilderness of the Upper Susquehanna River Valley. The Railroad crosses the river twice over two steel-truss bridges, and travels through a variety of landscapes, including forests, wetlands and agricultural land.
Mohawk Valley Ballet - A regional dance company located in Utica. The performances feature some of Central New York's most promising dancers.
Petrified Creatures Museum of Natural History - A hands-on discovery center where you can actually learn about fossils, then dig for fossils and keep what you find free. All this while roaming through a nature path filled with life sized dinosaur statues.
Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park - Tucked into the northern face of Binghamton's South Mountain. The zoo officially opened in 1875, and it is the fifth oldest zoological institution in the country.
Sylvan Beach Amusement Park - Located On the Shore Of Beautiful Oneida Lake, Sylvan Lake Amusement Park offers rides, games, shops and food.
Utica Zoo - Located in Roscoe Conkling Park, the Utica Zoo offers a collection of 200 animals located in 30 acres of developed land.
Anderson Center for the Performing Arts - Consists of the Concert Theater, Chamber Hall and the Don A. Watters Theater. The complex is designed to meet the needs of every performing group -- soloists, chamber ensembles, symphonies, dance, or large theatrical productions complemented by a full-scale orchestra.