For baseball lovers, a pilgrimage to Cooperstown, New York is pretty much a requirement in order to complete the entire baseball experience. That humble town is the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, and it is where the greats of the game are memorialized. For those who can't make a visit out to New York, the "Museum" area of the site is a good place to start. Here visitors can view all of the plaques that honor those baseball greats from years past. Educators will appreciate the "Enriching Education" area, which gives interested parties access to educational modules and videos which place baseball within the context of an industrializing society. Finally, visitors can also use the "Plan Your Visit" area to learn more about how to make the most of their visit to the facilities.


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