Cooperstown is famous for baseball, and the Hall of Fame really is an interesting stop, even if you're not a baseball fanatic, but there's much more to do than baseball.  Cooperstown is also home to an amazing array of cultural attractions, including the Farmer's Museum, which is a replica of a traditional 19th century village, http://www.farmersmuseum.org/ , and the Fenimore Art Museum, which features an impressive collection of folk art, http://www.fenimoreartmuseum.org/ .  Cooperstown is also home to the Glimmerglass Festival, a summer spectacular with an impressive lineup of operatic productions, often starring world-class talent from New York Opera and other renowned companies.  Glimmerglass Festival is housed in the striking Alice Busch Opera Theater, which sits at the north end of Lake Otsego, approximately 8 miles outside the village of Cooperstown and features four operas each summer.  For more information go to http://www.glimmerglass.org/index.html .  The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival offers world class classical and jazz artists performing in relaxed and intimate settings in and around Cooperstown. http://www.cooperstownmusicfest.org In the fall, winter and early spring, the Cooperstown Concert Series puts on great concerts. See the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce site for more to see and do in Cooperstown, http://www.cooperstownchamber.org.