So we never forget!
Located at the site of the inaugural meeting of the New York Anti-Slavery Society in October 1835. Open weekends 1-5 mid-May - late September. Exhibits include NYS Underground Railroad Trail video and abolition history displays.
A 1772 church fortified in 1777 and attacked in 1880 during the Revolutionary War. Now a museum for over 120 years. Thousands of artifacts in six historic buildings include a fire engine built before George Washington was born. Open May - October. Many events throughout the year.
Founded in 1816, it is the oldest company in the US still making its original product and the oldest continuously operating manufacturer. Visit our Country Store and Museum at the factory.
Located in the restored Baptist Church, the Historical Association is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Town of Roseboom. Events such as lectures, art shows & performances.
All points to one fabulous lakeside location. Lake Otsego Boating Haven Since 1956. 2 1/2 miles north of Cooperstown.
The 102 acre forest serves as a multi-recreational property where the public can hike, hunt, fish, cross-country ski and snowshoe. This preserve is historically significant as one of James Duane's original Great Lots where remains of stonewalls, a farm house foundation and a small family cemetery can be found.
A non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to acquiring and preserving historical sites in and around the Village of Schoharie. Our main goal is to restore such sites and make them available to the public for educational and cultural enrichment.
Experience Art in Nature
Inspired by the relationship between art and nature, the Art Park is dedicated to providing a unique environment for the showcasing of art by emerging and established artists in natural and gallery settings. 104 acres and 4 miles of trails.
Step back in time at one of the nation’s premier living history museums. Founded in 1943, the museum offers a glimpse into 19th-century rural and village life. See a blacksmith shop in action, ride the Empire State Carousel, try fun hands-on activities, see the Cardiff Giant and so much more.
The Haven at Skanda cares for and protects vulnerable animals, and offers opportunities for children and adults to connect with animals and learn from them.
2,000 years of history: an Egyptian mummy, Native American and global artifacts, rare birds and wonders of the natural world. Also maps and paintings depicting the local area.
”Winner of Otsego 2000 Award ”
This historic landmark was built in 1828 and restored keeping the original fixtures, including the double forge. Our Shop sells unique items made by local artisans.
A small publicly supported museum featuring elements from the towns of Eaton and Lebanon, and have significant collections for Leland, Morse, Stowe, and Bigelow families. We are located in Eaton on River Road in the oldest limestone building in the town.