Your ride to Cooperstown will take you through some of the most beautiful country on the east coast. We invite you to take a back road or two and seek out the stories many of these towns hold. Like Truxton, NY, birthplace of the “Little Napoleon” John McGraw, legendary manager of the great NY Giants teams of the early 1900’s. There’s a wonderful statue to commemorate him at the crossroads. And did you know that Mark Twain is buried only two hours from Cooperstown, in Elmira, NY? Talk about a town with stories!

Cooperstown is easily accessible from Albany, Syracuse and Binghamton, NY airports, approximately 1:45 from each. Our Cooperstown bed and breakfast offers one of the best places to stay in Cooperstown and is located at 64 Chestnut Street, just two blocks south of Main Street.

Getting to Cooperstown, NY

Exterior of Landmark Inn
  • Take Exit 30 off the NY State Thruway (I-90) at Herkimer
  • Take Route 28 South to Cooperstown
  • Turn left at T-intersection of Chestnut Street
  • Take Exit 25A off the NY State Thruway (I-90W) to I-88W
  • Take I-88W to the first exit (exit 24) at Duanesburg
  • Take Route 20 W to State Route 80 S to Cooperstown
  • Turn right onto Chestnut Street, also part of Route 80
  • Straight through traffic light to 64 Chestnut Street
  • Take I-88E to Exit 17
  • Take Route 28 North to Cooperstown
  • Route 28 becomes Chestnut Street as you enter the village
  • Take 1-87N to exit 21 (Catskill /Leeds) to State Route 23W and travel for 9 miles
  • Take State Route 145N. Go under I-88, stay on 145N through Cobleskill
  • Follow signs for 145N and come to Route 20 West
  • Travel Route 20W for 20 miles to left turn at State Route 80S to Cooperstown
  • Turn right onto Chestnut Street, also part of Route 80