This is a must do for baseball nuts or those that love them. There is so much to do and see here. Start on the third floor and make your way down to the Gallery on the first. Gift shop is amazing and has tons...More
About National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
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What a wonderful place if you are a lover of baseball. I spent 3 hours here and loved every minute. There is more information and memorabilia than you can ever imagine!!! A must see! And it's a clean, well organized museum. Go after 4PM and...More
We drove 2 hours (beautiful scenery and roads) from our resort (Villa Roma) to go to the Baseball Hall of Fame and it was worth every minute of the drive! The employees are helpful to direct you the best route to get the best out...More
Great museum for all lovers of the game. Really interesting to see the history, and of course, uniforms and equipment that are displayed of the great players. The monument section is fun, as you find your "favorites".
This is an absolute must for any baseball fan. People of any age and varying levels of baseball knowledge will all enjoy the exhibits. We stayed in Cooperstown for a week and bought the membership. Highly recommend this option! Members of our family went every...More
Highly recommend visiting. Been wanting to visit my whole life, and it did not disappoint. Love the town and the museum, make a trip of it and explore the town. Parking can be difficult depending on events going on.
We all had a great time just browsing through the museum. I especially liked the Red Sox stuff. The had a number of interactive touch screens that allowed you too select one of many highlights on any given topic. Then there were the HOF top...More
Very well done museum!! My husband is a huge baseball fan and he absolutely loved it here!!! The museum was very well laid out, informative and had something for everyone. The hall of fame section was also well presented. For someone who is not a...More
If you start on the second floor it moves through the history of baseball. The 1st floor has all of the plaque for each member in the hall of fame.