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Abner Doubleday Field

1 Doubleday Ct, Cooperstown, NY 13326-1222
607) 547-2270
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nice to see

it was nice to go in and see the stadium.hard to believe the actually play here.there was a fantasy... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Fortville, Indiana
A True Field of Dreams

Just walking into this field brings you back to the simple times of days gone by. It makes you... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Dover, New Hampshire
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This 9,000-seat ballpark, owned by the Village of Cooperstown itself and located near the Baseball Hall of Fame, commemorates the reputed "birthplace of baseball."
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good37%
  • Average14%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“ball game” (10 reviews)
1 Doubleday Ct, Cooperstown, NY 13326-1222
607) 547-2270
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Reviewed yesterday

it was nice to go in and see the stadium.hard to believe the actually play here.there was a fantasy baseball game going on.

Thank BuRickJr44
Reviewed 2 days ago

Just walking into this field brings you back to the simple times of days gone by. It makes you remember everything you love about baseball. To walk where the greats of the game still live in your heart.

Thank butterfly12142
Reviewed 2 days ago

it's a baseball field where history was made and little league teams still play. Surrounded by souvenir shops. It's free!

Thank ellenkfz
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Small local baseball field hosts local games. This was supposedly the first field back in the early 1800's but that may not be accurate. Not much to see unless you are there for a game. Located about 3 blocks from the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Thank Travel92253
Reviewed 1 week ago

Abner Doubleday Field in Cooperstown, New York, located only two village blocks from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, is one of the oldest baseball stadiums still in use in the United States. The grounds have been used for baseball since 1920, on...More

Thank Taylor B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is a lot of baseball history here at Double Day field. Weather you like baseball or not if you're here it's a must to see the field it all started on. Real nice.

Thank Jeff C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

After a visit to the HOF, we took a walk down the block to visit Doubleday Field. Although the ballpark is not something to behold in styling, it's history makes up for its lack of modern conveniences. It was awesome to sit in a stadium...More

Thank Eddie S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

nothing special but the history. have to imagine what it was like at the beginning. can still see some of the neighborhood houses along the outfield wall.

Thank Larry M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went to the Dream Park with our daughter and family. It was fun to watch the elders playing ball. And younger guys too! I grew up in a baseball household and have been enjoying the sport for over 65 years!

Thank Charlene S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interesting field worth the extra steps off the main street of Cooperstown. Still being used and should see.

Thank Katie S
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27 May 2017|
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Response from clarkfourfan | Reviewed this property |
it is very informal....dont even have to buy a ticket
5 July 2016|
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Response from Thomas P | Reviewed this property |
The field is used by various teams throughout the year from April to October.