Visting the Exhibit
Sorry, Museum Adventure passes not accepted for this special exhibition.
About the Exhibit
For the first time, more than 500 artifacts from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum have left their legendary venue in Cooperstown, N. Y., and are traveling to the home towns of fans across the nation. “Baseball As America” is the first major exhibition to examine the relationship between baseball and American culture. The exhibition has toured 10 cities to date, including New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles.
Listen to the "Baseball As America" event at the Minnesota History Center Museum January 2007
Featuring interviews with:
Dan Spock, MHCM President
Hall of Famers:
The national tour of “Baseball As America” is sponsored by Ernst & Young. Local support provided by:
The exhibition is organized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, and culled from its unparalleled collections. “Baseball As America” is packed with the stuff of history and legend. It includes more than 500 of the museum's most precious artifacts - dating from baseball's early roots in the 19th century to today - ranging from uniforms, balls, bats and gloves, to books, recordings, artworks and films, to historic documents, advertising and ephemera.