BY CAR
The Farmers' Museum is located at 5775 State Highway 80, Cooperstown, NY 13326 which is one mile north of the Village of Cooperstown on the west side of Otsego Lake. From the traffic light in the Village, follow Route 80 east approximately one mile.

Parking is available in the lot in front of The Farmers’ Museum Store and museum entry at the stone barn and the small lot located across the street.

Click here for map and directions.

From Syracuse, Buffalo, and Points West
1. Take I-90 east to Exit 30 at Herkimer.
2. Take Route 28 south to Cooperstown.
3. At the stop sign, turn left onto State Highway 80 east/Chestnut Street.
4. Continue one block beyond the traffic light and turn left at stop sign, following State Highway 80 east/Lake Road.
5. Continue one mile. The Farmers' Museum is on the left.

From Albany, Boston, and Points East
1. Take I-90 west to Exit 25A.
2. Take I-88 west to Exit 24 (Duanesburg).
3. Take Route 7 west one mile to U.S. Route 20 west.
4. Take U.S. Route 20 west approximately 43 miles.
5. Turn left at the traffic light on to State Highway 80 west, which travels south along Otsego Lake.
6. Continue on State Highway 80 west for 10 miles. The Farmers' Museum is on the right.

From Binghamton and Points South
1. Take I-88 east to Exit 17.
2. Take Route 28 north into Cooperstown.
3. Follow State Highway 80 east/Chestnut Street to traffic light.
4. Continue one block beyond traffic light and turn left at stop sign, following State Highway 80 east/Lake Road.
5. Continue one mile. The Farmers' Museum is on the left.

From Burlington, Vermont, and Points North
1. Take I-87 south to Albany.
2. Take I-90 west to Exit 25A.
3. Take I-88 west to Exit 24 (Duanesburg).
4. Take Route 7 west one mile to U.S. Route 20 west.
5. Take U.S. Route 20 west approximately 43 miles.
6. Turn left at the traffic light on to State Highway 80 west, which travels south along Otsego Lake.
7. Continue on State Highway 80 west for 10 miles. The Farmers' Museum is on the right.

From New York City
1. Take I-87 north to I-90.
2. Take I-90 west to Exit 25A.
3. Take I-88 west to Exit 24 (Duanesburg).
4. Take Route 7 west one mile to U.S. Route 20 west.
5. Take U.S. Route 20 west approximately 43 miles.
6. Turn left at the traffic light on to State Highway 80 west, which travels south along Otsego Lake.
7. Continue on State Highway 80 west for 10 miles. The Farmers' Museum is on the right.

BY TRAIN
The closest Amtrak stations to Cooperstown are in Utica (approximately 40 miles north of Cooperstown) and Albany-Rensselaer (approximately 80 driving miles east of Cooperstown). For schedule information and ticket prices, call Amtrak's toll free number (800.USA.RAIL) or visit their Web site. www.amtrak.com

BY BUS
Trailways provides bus service to Cooperstown from many cities. Call Trailways (800.858.8555) for schedule information and ticket prices or visit their website: www.trailways.com/schedules.asp

Oneonta Public Transit (OPT) provides bus service between Oneonta and Cooperstown. Call OPT (607.432.7100) for schedule information and ticket prices or visit their website: www.oneonta.ny.us/community/transportation.asp

Otsego Express provides bus service between Cooperstown and various locations in Otsego County. Call Otsego Express (315.822.6444 or 800.388.9853) for schedule information and ticket prices.

 

BY COOPERSTOWN VILLAGE TROLLEY
The Farmers' Museum and Fenimore Art Museum are regular stops on the Cooperstown Village Trolley route which operates from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, daily from 8:30 am to 9:00 pm; after Labor Day through Columbus Day, weekends only from 9:30 am to 7:15 pm. A Daily Individual Pass is $2.00 and a Daily Family Pass is $5.00.

Riders can track the Cooperstown trolleys at cooperstowntrolley.com.

Visit the Village of Cooperstown website for more details at cooperstownny.org/trolley-system

 

BY FOOT
Door to door, Fenimore Art Museum is 1.3 miles from the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, 1.1 miles from the traffic light and one mile from the Otesaga Hotel and Resort. Please note that there are no sidewalks along State Highway 80 for the last .3 miles of the walk.

Plan your trip to Cooperstown.