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The National Baseball Hall of Fame is a nonprofit committed to preserving the history of America's pastime and celebrating the legendary players, managers, umpires and executives who have made the game a fan favorite for more than a century...more
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What a wonderful museum and town. The grand hall is just phenomenal and the guided tour we had was excellent. The 15 minute movie in the theatre was a great way to start our experience here. The price of one day admission for our family...More
This is a must-see for anyone who loves baseball! There was lots to see, read, and learn! Even if you're not a fan, I'm sure that you'll find something which holds your interest, or you find entertaining. Neither my daughter nor I are fans, and...More
This is quite a place. I went because I had some down time on a business trip and really enjoy all sports. It was so much more than I expected and I spent about twice as much time exploring than I thought it would. I...More
If you are a baseball fan, this is a must. Everything you like about baseball! Done with class. From historical pictures and stories to up to date hall of fame entrants. We will go back. And Cooperstown itself is worth the trip. Everywhere you look...More
My wife and I were hosting her grown son for a family event in NY. He is a big baseball fan and wanted to go to the Hall of Fame and Museum. I thought I might spend maybe an hour or so and then go...More
The grandchildren loved learning about baseball history & we loved sharing it with them!!! We so enjoyed seeing all the movie footage of the baseball greats!! Admission was reasonable & we enjoyed the gift shop ...
Brought back so many memories of enjoying our baseball games at many stadiums since the 1950's. Yankee Stadium is a favorite! Spent at least 5 hours enjoying the museum and the town of Cooperstown. Can't wait to return!
I have been to Cooperstown many times for the induction ceremony and this time went with a good friend from work who had never seen the ceremony in person. We spent many hours in the museum and each time I visit I learn something new....More
Nothing about the history of stadiums. Random bats, hats, jerseys of modern day players (Who cares that these are the shoes they were during the 2012 All Star game?) Too much Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron. Only good things were the World Series rings and...More