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All units above 11' 9" use Exit 23 and proceed to 30A and Grovenors Corners Road due to low overpass on Caverns Road.
Since opening its doors more than 80 years ago, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has been dedicated to preserving history, honoring excellence and connecting generations. Once inside the Museum, your cherished memories and moments will come flooding back – whether you are 10 years old or 70 years old, a casual fan or a fanatic. It’s not only about your team or your baseball hero, or even the awe-inspiring sight of the cathedral-esque marble and bronze of the Plaque Gallery. It’s about the way the Game connects us all.
Visitors to the cave can expect a 45 minute to 1 hour guided walk through unsullied but accessible prehistoric passageway encrusted by the patient hand of time. Mother Natures handiwork can be easily viewed in the form of stalactites, stalagmites, and flowstone. The tour culminates when one reaches the world famous 100 ft underground waterfall. Truly a wonder of nature, this rare sight is unmatched among showcaves.
Are you ready for a fun and affordable family day out? How about a vacation full of learning for all ages? Whether you live in New York and want to take a day trip, or you are driving through the area looking for a fun affordable family vacation, Howe Caverns is one of the most exciting NYS attractions. The cave tour consists of a 1.25 mile walk with a 0.25 mile boat ride. There are also 139 stairs throughout the cave tour.
The best in farm-fresh Baked Goods is available our entire year. Enjoy our homemade specialty carrot cakes, cookies, chocolate glazed brownies, muffins and seasonal pies. Sit and relax in the Café with a bowl of homemade soup or one of our specialty sandwiches or salads made with vegetables fresh-picked from our fields. The shelves are brimming with Country Gifts with a focus on Schoharie Valley and New York State products. Specialty designed Floral Pieces cover the walls. Take home the finest in gourmet jams and jellies, mustards, crackers, honey and maple syrup.
Presenting thee centuries of rural New York history in and among seven historic and exhibit buildings on 25 acres in the scenic Schoharie Valley, the Old Stone Fort Museum welcomes you to discover, explore, and experience the multitude of stories woven into the rich history of Schoharie County. Featuring thousands of artifacts on display, the centerpiece of the museum complex is the Old Stone Fort, built in 1772 as a High Dutch (German) Reformed Church, the structure was fortified in 1777 and attacked by British forces in 1780.
The museum features the original brick 1875 Station House and railway artifacts, together with six other original railroad buildings, including the Freight Shed, a Weigh Station, a Mill Building, two small whistle stop stations and the Borden’s Creamery Building. In addition, there is the restored 1891 Passenger Car from the Middleburgh & Schoharie Railroad, and a 1917 wooden caboose.
The Iroquois Museum is an educational institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Iroquois culture using Iroquois art as a window to that culture. The Museum is a venue for promoting Iroquois art and artists, and a meeting place for all people to celebrate Iroquois culture. As an anthropological institution, it is informed by research on archaeology, history, and the common creative spirit of modern artists and craftsmen.