Such a great experience, and I loved going when it wasn't crowded. It allowed me to explore at my own pace. I particularly enjoyed the women in baseball, Latin American baseball, and Negro Leagues exhibits.
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If you even like baseball a little, you must go to the Hall of Fame. If you are a huge fan, it will be an unforgettable experience. If you're lucky you may get to see some famous Hall of Famers walking around like we did.
The real sport with a touch of nostalgia. Brings back memories of baseball before the megabucks took over. Wonderful exhibits.
I was taken to this hall of fame as a child and hardly remember, so I decided it was a good time to visit it again. What a magnificent place! My husband and I had gone to Canton, OH two years ago to the football...More
In my opinion this one does it best of the three major sports.First,the location,the town is so quaint,as opposed to football stuck in the middle of no where,both times we went late fall,the crowds are down,so easy to enjoy the museum and the area.I love...More
Wonderful time at the Museum and Hall of Fame. Brought back memories of watching games with my Dad. Amazing to see all the memorabilia and the history of the sport.
I visited both the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on the same trip. Even though I'm a huge baseball fan, I think I may have enjoyed the basketball version better. Here's why. The Baseball Hall...More
Finally made the trek to the Hall in early October. Was able to spend an entire day there. Lay out is terrific, starting with lockers showcasing all of the current MLB teams. Then the historical trip begins - and what a trip. Found it absolutely...More
Lots of history along with emphasis on the modern game. I liked that they admitted to the PED issue and the fact that its a business. An enormous amount of minutia for the truly fanatical along with enough to keep the more casual fan entertained...More