Bruce Hellerstein was the collector and curator at this museum, which is famous for having some of the best baseball related paraphernalia and memorabilia in the world. Pretty much everything in here is 'one of a kind'. Seats and bricks from famous ballparks, usher’s uniform from Crosley Field, the last remaining sign from Denver’s Mile High Stadium. It is all highly specific and highly iconic to baseball history. Fans can organise their own special events at this place from birthday parties to business meetings.
Entrance Ticket Details For National Ballpark Museum
- Seniors (65+): USD 5
- Kids (6-12): USD 5
- Kids 5 and below, active military: Free
How to Reach National Ballpark Museum
- Buses 120X, L, LNX, LX stop Wewatta St & 21st St.
- Buses 8 and 38 stop 22nd St & Blake St.
- Bus 52 stop 20th St & Blake St.
- Bus Free MetroRide and METRORIDE stop 18th St & Wazee St.
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5.53% of people who visit Denver include National Ballpark Museum in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
60% of people start their National Ballpark Museum visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see National Ballpark Museum
92.5% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting National Ballpark Museum
National Ballpark Museum Reviews & Ratings
This museum has a ton of great memorabilia documenting old ballparks. The staff is very friendly and has thorough knowledge about players, teams, and stadiums alike. Definitely worth a visit, especially if you're going to Coors Field.
The museum is fairly small, but has tons of memorabilia and just a lot of cool and interesting things from Babe Ruth’s tax returns to original uniforms of players and ushers. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable about baseball and all of the ballparks.
Awesome little museum full of a bunch of awesome baseball memorabilia. Enjoyed this place before catching another game at Coors Field. Super friendly staff!
If you love baseball and appreciate a museum full of rare baseball oddities, you'll have a great time here. Quaint, charming; a baseball lover's heaven.
If you love baseball and you're in Denver, check out the ballpark museum! It's got so much stuff its overwhelming. The tours are usually unguided, but we had an employee come around and highlight and explain some of the stuff which was amazing. There is a good mix between ballpark and player history to be seen, several Babe Ruth balls, a personal tax return from the Babe, and all kinds of neat stuff. Take all the pictures you want too, so you can relive the memory forever!