The Baseball Hall of Fame Museum holds some of the game's most prized collections. See thousands of baseball artifacts and photographs telling the story of baseball's history. There is also a research library where enthusiasts can read about the history and future of America's enduring love for the sport. Visit the museum store and take your pick from the various caps, shirts, gloves and mugs on display.
Introduce your kids to the world of farming and learn more about the rural way of life at the Farmers' Museum. Located in Copperstown, it is actually a part of farm that was later developed into a museum. It makes an attempt to recreate the nineteenth century complete with ancient buildings, tavern, a local store, hand-made carousel and many other fun exhibits. The collection at this museum features more than 20000 objects comprising working tools, equipments, daily use objects. A visit to this spacious museum makes for an interesting and educational tour.
Located in the State University of New York college in Oneonta, New York the Science Discovery Center is a unique one. The exhibits and artifacts here are based on scientific experiments which mainly focus on physics and are very interactive. It offers a unique learning experience for all as there are many activities which families can enjoy. This museum also sponsors and hosts events for young scientists and kids.
Visit the Arkell Museum which showcases the artwork of early American history. People of all ages are welcome to view work depicting the history of Mohawk River Valley which was a significant time in migration history. The museum has guided tours if you want to know more about a painting and its creator. They also host events for children and adults which introduces the public to American history.