the Farmer's Museum
Inn near Cooperstown Farmer's Museum -Situated just four miles away from the Farmer's Museum in Cooperstown, the Red Carpet Inn & Suites offers clean and comfortable lodging that is a welcome place to relax and unwind after a day of exploration and fun in Cooperstown. With competitive room rates, complimentary continental breakfast, free high-speed wireless Internet access, and ample free parking, the Red Carpet Inn & Suites Cooperstown is the savvy traveler's choice for Cooperstown lodging.
Farmer's Museum Collections & Exhibitions -Home to more than 23,000 examples of farm tools, equipment and items used in daily farm life, the Farmers' Museum collections feature everything from wallpaper printing blocks and home made hay rakes to an 18th-century Dutch plow and a modern tractor.
Farmer's Museum Attractions -The Farmer's Museum offers a full experience with a variety of family friendly attractions and exhibits related to farm life through the ages.
The Lippitt Farmstead -This historic site is a working 19th-century farm featuring a collection of buildings, barns, animal sheds, and the Lippitt Family farmhouse, all surrounded by actual working fields, livestock and actors portraying 19th-century farmers.
Historic Village -The 19th-century Historic Village is comprised of a collection of historic buildings gathered from rural New York communities. This recreated village features restored buildings and an up-close view of businesses and homes, such as a Blacksmith Shop, a Pharmacy, Printing Shop, a Tavern, and a General Store.
Empire State Carousel -This stunning carousel features 25 hand-carved animals depicting New York's agricultural and natural resources, and chariot rides featuring an Erie Canal boat, a classic Lover's Tunnel and the state's shellfish - the scallop.
Country Fair -This seasonal exhibit takes visitors back to a simpler time, where boat races, lawn bowling, stilt walking, food preparation and agricultural competitions were the big fair attractions.
Farmer's Museum Store -Visitors can peruse the wares at the Farmers' Museum Store and pick up souvenirs, handcrafted toys, ceramics, glassware, candles, soaps, and more. Open 10am-4pm, with extended summer hours. Closed on Mondays and major holidays.