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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
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There is a picturesque little town in upstate New York called Cooperstown. It is the perfect locale for a beautiful poem that is The National Baseball Hall of Fame. Attractive, intuitive, informative, fun. Like baseball? Go there.
My husband is a baseball fanatic! So we enjoyed learning about the history of how it started. Three floors and need few hours. It was interesting and some good memories of former players. It was worth it.
Coming to Cooperstown to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has been a long-time dream for Ron, so we decided to make the trip to upstate New York to see the area and the facility. I'm not a baseball fan particularly, but...More
My husband is a big baseball fan.
Beautiful museum. Bright and clean.
Very helpful friendly employees.
If you love baseball you have to go.
Lots of seating for those of us who do not need to read every detail.
Movie was very good and inspiring...More
See displays of your favorite team(s) and players. Learn a bunch of baseball trivia and don’t miss the 15 minute film. Loved hearing the thoughts, memories, and feelings from selected Hall of Fame candidates. The museum is a gem!
I had a good time here, there were a lot of hardcore baseball fans here (duh), but I think there is something for everybody here. So many important pieces of baseball history were covered (Hispanic/Latin influx, the Negro League, Women in baseball, etc). If you...More
If you love baseball, visiting the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a MUST!
It begins with a short movie about just how much baseball means to Americans and how much they love it. It is excellent and really gets you pumped up....More
Visited the Hall on the same day as cooptoberfest, so half the town was fenced off and there was limited parking. Not very handicapped friendly for parking. Lots of interesting stuff if you are into baseball or pop history. Nice displays presented well. Would have...More
Even if you are not a Baseball fanatic its worth a visit. Plenty to see so don't rush, take your time and read the descriptions and plaques. Cooperstown is a quaint little village with some nice shops and restaurants