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The Terrarium Museum

Oxford NY Equine Center
          In the hills of Oxford, NY
Destiny Equine Rescue Center,
cares for unwanted equine and farm animals
You can Help find a home for them!

Leatherstocking Sheepdog Trials
Beaver Meadow Road near Cooperstown, NY

C&P Studio Ceramics
Functional Pottery & Ceramic Art

by...Chris Pettingill & Peggi Sue Peters
Please call for hours 584 County Rd. 39
Afton, NY 13730

The Major's Inn
An Historic Inn in Gilbertsville, NY
Presently in the process of being restored by The Majors Inn Foundation
One day soon, visitors will, once again, be able to check in
and sample the hospitality of a bygone era.

Finger Lakes Attractions
Amazing Scenery, Arts, Crafts, Fine Restaurants, Farm Stands, and Winery Tours,
are just some of the many attractions just a short drive from
The Heart of New York.
Skyland Farm
A Finger Lakes Art, Craft, and Gift Gallery.
Relax in the Cafe, and Gardens
Take the Finger Lakes home with you!

Footprint Press
Your guides for outdoor information
Especially in New York State.

Howe Caverns, Inc.
255 Discovery Drive
Howes Cave, NY 12092
Open Year Round
          Though native Americans knew of the cave, it is believed that their superstitions may have kept them from exploring the cave. The first white man to enter the cave did so in the early 1770s.
          Howe Caverns is open all year for guided tours, shopping, gemstone mining, food and drink. The 400-acre estate also includes a year-round motel and seasonal petting farm.

    Otsego County Attractions
  • National Baseball Hall of Fame
  • National Soccer Hall of Fame
  • The Major's Inn
  • The Fenimore Art Museum
  • The Farmer's Museum
  • Cooperstown Baseball World
  • Cooperstown Dreams Park
  • Cooperstown Fun Park
  • Cooperstown Brewing Company
  • Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
  • Glimmerglass Opera
  • The Farmer's Markets

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