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The National Baseball Hall of Fame is a nonprofit committed to preserving the history of America's pastime and celebrating the legendary players, managers, umpires and executives who have made the game a fan favorite for more than a century...more
Went for a visit with my husband and brother and sister in law who all have a lot more interest in baseball than I do. I was pleasantly surprised with my limited baseball knowledge there was still a lot of things I found interesting to...More
Definitely a bucket list item for me, and I was thrilled by every aspect! The museum was fascinating and nostalgic, and very well organized. I probably would like to see a little more perspective on some of the artifacts, to provide a bit more context....More
It was pouring rain. So what? We were in The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York and what a lovely way to spend a day. The exhibits are so informative. The photo ops are fun, a shot of me (the wife) with the...More
This visit never disappoints. Whether one loves baseball of just cares for "Americana"---our nation's story is told by walking through this wondrous place. From the ball playing days of the Civil War through the World Wars until now...we see the importance of our national pastime...More
Wow! What a great time. Loved all the exhibits. Especially those about St. Louis Cardinals. There are quite a few Cardinals in the Hall and the exhibits were very nice. All in all one the best hall of fame I have visited.
We decided to take a family road trip to all the hall of fames this summer. Starting off in Cooperstown NY was a treat. There is so much memorabilia, I can see if you’re a die hard baseball fan you can spend hours there. We...More
The Museum didn’t disappoint. Great exhibits, very interactive. Museum addressed tough topics such as PED’s, anti-trust suit, the Black Sox scandal, women and baseball and Pete Rose (affect of gambling on baseball).
The section on Latinos demonstrates the influence Latinos are having on today’s game....More
A friend and I headed up here because we have never been. It was such a fun museum. We got there right as they opened because it gets super busy during the day, at least during the summer when we went. They have the museum...More
We stayed at a local campground, and they referred us to Dog Wild Pet Supply and Resort, which was about a 10 minute drive from town, (we used Lyft) to get there. They have day care and boarding. We were able to drop our... More
We stayed at a local campground, and they referred us to Dog Wild Pet Supply and Resort, which was about a 10 minute drive from town, (we used Lyft) to get there. They have day care and boarding. We were able to drop our pooch off in the morning, and then spend as much time as we wanted at the Hall and around town, without worrying about heat, comfort, or security. They have an online questionnaire, so that you can get all of the paperwork (vaccines, doggie like and dislikes, etc). , done before you arrive, which makes everything go quickly and smoothly. I highly recommend them!