Featuring permanent and changing exhibitions of American Art by Winslow Homer, George Inness, members of The Eight, leading American impressionist and more.
preservation - recreation - history
The Chenango Canal Association developed and maintains the Towpath Trail, a five-mile walking trail along the original historic Chenango Canal between Woodman Pond, Hamilton and Oriskany Creek, Solsville. Wildlife, wild flowers and many birds may be sighted. The Cottage Museum on Rt. 20, Bouckville is open 10-5 daily, April - October.
Art gallery representing professional artisans and artists in all genres. Hours: Thursday-Sunday, noon-6pm. We will feature thematic exhibitions throughout the season: April 2-Dec 22, highlighted by our "Homage to Elephants" fundraiser in August.
Music, Art and more in historic Cherry Valley
The Cherry Valley Summer Sculpture Trail, jazz, chamber music, Indie Rock, film festival and more.
Part of the Revolutionary War Heritage Trail
Located in a Federal style house (ca. 1815) with exhibits from 1778 infamous Cherry Valley Massacre to late 20th-century. Collection of 1830's memorabilia, antique fire engines,period clothing collections, kitchen exhibit and other period rooms.
From animals to art. Dedicated to promoting the fiber arts and fiber animals. Annual festival held at Butternut Hill Campground in Bouckville, NY, June 11 and 12, 2016.
Arriving in Otsego County on Route 20, you'll find a place where culture meets with applause and world class opera, national art exhibitions, theater and concerts. Here, past meets present, from hands-on history museums to baseball games, historic sites and New York State's first cuisine trail.
built in 1869
Ride into history and beautiful scenery. Built in 1869, visitors can experience what was once the primary form of transportation throughout the country - rail travel. Special train rides throughout the year.
Traditions Start Here.
Visit our beautiful diversified farm from March through December. Enjoy the Critz Farms Brewing & Cider Co. Tasting Room, festivals, events, and seasonal activities including maple syrup, berry picking, apple and pumpkin picking and Christmas Trees.
September 17, 2016. A fun filled day with huge car, motorcycle and tractor show,softball tournament, parade, music all day with a variety of bands. Craft fair, BBQ, Mary Cleary Run/Walk and chili cook off.
A beautiful historic 1892 landmark.
A beautiful historic 1892 landmark. Performances renowned for quality with folk, roots, bluegrass, Celtic and more that incorporates national artists such as Dar Williams, Leo Kottke and Ralph Stanley. Art galleries feature contemporary art and quilts.
Cruise the Erie Canal on Lil' Diamond II or III. Enjoy 90 minute narrated excursions on the historic Erie Canal and through Lock 18. Book online. Enjoy shopping and dining at the same location - Gems Along the Mohawk.
This 697-acre State Forest was named after George W. Featherstonhaugh who practiced scientific farming, crop rotation, held county fairs with agricultural competitions and served as the first US geologist and agricultural commissioner. He is also considered the father of the steam railroad. Recreational opportunities include hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hunting, fishing, trapping and wildlife viewing.
Overlooking Otsego Lake, the Fenimore offers changing exhibitions by renowned artists – this summer featuring Ansel Adams, Toulouse-Lautrec, and James Whistler. Collections include the Thaw Collection of American Indian Art, as well as American folk art, fine art, and photography.
Preserving and interpreting the site of Revolutionary War Fort Plain/Fort Rensselaer. The museum houses both Revolutionary War era and Native American collections. Visitors can explore the fort's outdoor exhibits on a walking tour of the adjoining 20 acre hilltop park.