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From the natural beauty of the trip to your first stroll down Main Street, Cooperstown, the pilgrimage is as memorable as the Museum.

The village has the feel of a Norman Rockwell small-town portrait, complete with classic storefronts, cozy cafes and, of course, the Hall that made it famous.

You can't truly appreciate the Village of Cooperstown without a stint on the two main routes leading in and out of the village.

"New York's Adventure Route," State Route 28, connects the New York State Thruway (I-90) to the north and I-88 from the south to Cooperstown, winding through the rolling farmland and offering stunning views of pristine lakes along the way.

Lawrence River, Lake Champlain, Lake George and the many canals that connect them all. Route 20 outside of Boston has been a road trip tradition since it was christened in 1910.

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