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Oneonta Farmers Museum

The Farmers' Museum

5775 State Highway 80, Cooperstown, New York, 13326
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Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown, NY

Immerse yourself in American history and experience 19th century rural and village life at this unique museum in Cooperstown. Experience living history exhibits, interactive workshops and historic buildings, including a children's barnyard. Ride the Empire State Carousel, a handcrafted merry-go-round that celebrates the history and culture of New York State. Explore the original barn, creamery and herdsman's cottage, constructed of local stone in the Colonial Revival style. Opened in 1943, this historic farmstead and village is one of the oldest museums of its kind in the country and echoes the spirit of New York State.

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Prices

  • Adults: $12.00
  • Children (6 and under): Free
  • Seniors: (65+): $10.50
  • Juniors (7-12): $6.00

Hours -

Vary by season.

Events

  • Thanksgiving at the Farm
  • Conference on Food and Farming
  • Annual Junior Livestock Show
  • Independence Day Celebration
  • Tractor Fest
  • Annual Harvest Festival

Activities

  • Tours
  • Interactive Exhibits
  • Demonstrations
  • Shopping & Dining
  • Workshops & Lectures
  • Films and

FAQs

 

What are some fun things to see and do?

A working farm since 1813, the Farmers' Museum lets you discover what life was like for hardworking farmers that helped build our country. Visit over two dozen historic buildings that have been restored, including a tavern, blacksmith's shop, farmstead, printing office, pharmacy and general store. Watch the blacksmith hammer out a nail from the fire, see how early agricultural tools worked and hop on a horse-drawn carriage. Children love the historic games and the farmstead, where they can feed and pet the sheep being raised for wool.
 

Are tours offered?

Yes. The Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown offers daily tours in the summer, spring and fall. Listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places, the Farmers' Museum offers a glimpse into the past that truly brings American history to life. Discounts are offered for groups of 15 or more.

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