So near and yet so far . . .
Renowned for its baseball lore, Cooperstown is truly a step back in time, a lovely village steeped in history and filled with charming old homes. The area offers something for everyone, in every season, and holds much more than can be enjoyed in just a day!
From 'home base' at The White House Inn:
  • Walk to Doubleday Field and take in a baseball game.
  • Stroll down Main Street and enjoy interesting shops.
  • Have lunch at one of several nice restaurants.
  • Visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Witness 19th-century rural life and watch blacksmiths, printers, and weavers work their crafts at The Farmers' Museum.
  • See American folk art, American Indian art and artifacts, early American paintings at Fenimore House Museum.
  • Attend the world class Glimmerglass Opera, concerts, and theater.
  • Enjoy art shows, galleries, and craft festivals.
  • Tour beautiful Otsego Lake.
  • Partake of numerous outdoor activities, including fishing, golf, biking, hiking, or cross country skiing.
  • Work out, swim, play racquetball at Clark Sports Center.


46 Chestnut Street
Cooperstown, New York 13326
Phone: (607) 547-5054 Fax: (607) 547-1100
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Marjorie & Edward Landers, Innkeepers


Member, Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce

2012, The White House Inn.      last update: April 29, 2012