We gladly welcome group visits on all days that the Museum is open.
Adults (age 19-64) - $17.50 group of 20 or more — a savings of $2.00 off the regular adult admission rateSeniors (age 65 and older) - $10.75 group of 20 or more — a savings of $1.25 off the regular admission rateYouth (age 13-18) - $9.25 group of 10 or more — a savings of $10.25 off the regular admission rateJuniors (age 7-12) - $5.75 group of 10 or more — a savings of $1.25 off the regular junior admission rate*Groups must make advance reservations to receive the group rate. You may request a reservation by submitting the form below or by calling our Sales Office at (607) 547-0312..
For information on our hours of operation and regular admission rates, please visit our Hours & Admission page.
For more information concerning group sales, please call:Reservations — (607) 547-0312 or complete the group sales form belowToll-free number — (888) HALL-OF-FAME or (888) 425-5633Fax — (607) 547-2044
Length of StayWe suggest that you allow 2.5 to 3 hours for touring the Hall of Fame and Museum
The Museum StoreThe Hall of Fame and Museum contains a 4,000 square foot Museum Store operated by the Baseball Hall of Fame. The Store carries Official Museum Merchandise, baseball collectibles and souvenirs. It is open during regular Museum hours.
ADA Regulation ComplianceThe National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is in compliance with all of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations. Should you have any member in your group requiring special accommodations, please let us know.
Other Area AttractionsNot only is Cooperstown synonymous with baseball, but it is home to many fine shops and restaurants, as well as two other world class museums: The Famers' Museum, a 19th century living-history museum; and The Fenimore Art Museum, which contains American folk art and an extensive collection of American Indian art and artifacts. Discounted combination admission tickets are available if your group would care to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame and one or both of these other museums.
For more information on Cooperstown, visit Cooperstown GetAway or the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce.