National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum

Cooperstown, NY

Where are we going?

National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum
25 Main St
NY 13326

607 57 7200

What is there to do?

We all know that baseball is SO much more than just a game, so why not celebrate the sport, heroes and legacy at the National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum?

In this New York City attraction, families can experience something that connects generations - this American tradition that holds a special place in all our hearts (Those two words of "Play Ball" muster so many feelings!)

The National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum celebrates the memories created, the records broken, and the stories told as they take you back through the greatest moments in baseball history.

There are plenty of things to see in the museum for the hardcore fans, from plaques, to stats, important figures and equipment donned by the greatest players.

You can see uniforms worn out on the fields, and pieces of ballpark that are all part of history.

Of course, you don't need to be a die hard fan to appreciate and discover the cultural impact of the sport.  The "Taking the Field" exhibit transports visitors back in time to explain how the love of baseball came about, and "Whole New Ballgame" showcasing artifacts from over the decades, complete with pop culture staples.

You can learn all about the life and legacy of Babe Ruth, and be inspired by the many women and African Americans who left their mark on the game.

So batter up kids, it's your time to be inspired at the National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum, and you never know - one day YOUR photo might be on the walls!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $25

Children: $15 (Ages 7 to 12)

Discount: Seniors get $5 discount

Free Under: 6 years with paid adult


Need a little extra help?

The museum is accessible and wheelchairs are available free of charge. When you arrive, let Visitor Services staff know you will need one. Service animals are welcome, and there is accessible parking


When can we go?

9am - 9pm Memorial Day to Labor Day (5pm close rest of year)

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.


Any top tips?

Come and go as frequently as you'd like during your visit. Just be sure to get your hand stamped at the ticket counters before exiting the Museum.

I’m Hungry!

Grab something to eat in the area before or after your visit, there are plenty of places!

Healthy Eating

Drinking fountains are available on all floors. - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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