Cooperstown, in central New York, is a small town on Otsego Lake, the source of the Susquehanna River. It is perhaps best-known for being the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. The quaint and picturesque town is also known for being the home of a number of other museums such as the Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers` Museum, the latter being a living museum that educates visitors on agricultural life during the 19th century. It has been constantly referred to as “America’s Most Perfect Village”, which could be the result of its rich culture and heritage. Cooperstown also boasts several classic and stylish museums, including the famous Indian Museum.
Boston– The Berkshires: 2 hr 10 min approx.
The Berkshires – Cooperstown: 2hr 17 min approx.
Cooperstown – Albany: 1hrs 25 mins approx.