All posts tagged: "cooperstown"

3 Tips for a Stress-Free Road Trip

There’s nothing like a change of scenery to jump-start your travel spirit.  And because a road trip is just what many of us need right now, we’ve put together three best practices for staying healthy and getting the most enjoyment out of the open road for a stress-free road trip. Central New York State isRead More

The Baseball Hall of Fame is Open!

Baseball fans rejoice! We’re thrilled to pass along that The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is reopening its doors on Friday, June 26. The Museum’s hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m daily. Timed admission tickets will be available for you to purchase at baseballhall.org on a first-come, first-served basis. These tickets

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Experience Maple Syrup “Sugaring Off Sundays” at The Farmers’ Museum!

March is Maple Syrup Month Everything is better with maple syrup and that’s exactly what you’ll hear if you ask Central New Yorkers. And if you’ve enjoyed one of our homemade breakfasts served with pure NY Maple Syrup from the Kraeger Family Farm, you know it’s true! March is finally here and the snow has

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Derek Jeter to be Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this Summer

New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter has been elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, cementing his status as one of the greatest to ever play the game. Jeter finished his career with a .310 batting average, 3,465 hits and 260 home runs over 20 seasons with the Yankees. He was a

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Your Guide to Loving Winter in Central New York

Wintertime in Central New York is awesome. If you don’t share the same feeling, odds are that you’re just not doing it right. Sure, it’s cold outside and getting around in the snow can be a challenge, but few destinations offer the diversity and beauty found in our area. With at least another solid month

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