National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

  • Admission

    Adults (13-64) $28.00
    Seniors (65+) $22.00
    Children (7-12) $17.00
    Veterans $19.00
    Active/ Career Retired Military Free
    Children (6 and under) Free


  • Hours of Operation

    The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Summer hours of 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily begin the day before Memorial Day and run through the day before Labor Day.

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National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Baseball is more than just a game…

It’s a family experience that connects generations.

It’s an American tradition that holds a special place in the hearts and minds of fans, young and old.

It’s the feelings and emotion behind the memories…

Seeing the meticulously manicured field of a major league ballpark while attending your first game with your family; playing catch as a teenager while talking “life” with dad; the generational debates about the all-time greats – Mantle vs. Griffey or Seaver vs. Maddux.

It’s everyone who has made the pilgrimage to Cooperstown to honor the All-Time Greats who are enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

It’s the relationships forged, stories shared, cherished memories created – the Game connects us all.

That’s baseball – and that’s what the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is all about.

Once inside the Museum, your cherished memories and moments will come flooding back – whether you are 10 years old or 70 years old, a casual fan or a fanatic. It’s not only about your team or your baseball hero, or even the awe-inspiring sight of the cathedral-esque marble and bronze of the Plaque Gallery. It’s about the way the Game connects us all.

It is about you. It’s about reliving the feelings that make the Game so dear to you.

The Museum preserves history, honors excellence and connects generations.

Beyond the iconic Hall of Fame Plaque Gallery are exhibits that tell the story of baseball’s impact on our lives, and our country.

The Museum exhibits draw from a collection of 40,000 lovingly preserved artifacts and more than 3 million library items to bring your stories to life.
There is plenty for the hard-core fan to absorb: plaques, stats, equipment donned by the game’s greatest players, as well as important figures that many have now forgotten. There are uniforms worn on ancient fields and pieces of ballparks long faded from communities across the country.

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