National Ballpark Museum, Denver
National Ballpark Museum, Denver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1940 Blake St, Denver, CO 80202
Ticket Price: 10 USD
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:30 pm Details
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About National Ballpark Museum, Denver
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.
National Ballpark Museum Ticket Prices
- Seniors (65+): USD 5
- Kids (6-12): USD 5
- Kids 5 and below, active military: Free
How To reach National Ballpark Museum by Public Transport
- 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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National Ballpark Museum, Denver Reviews - Write a Review
Thrilled with the time I was able to spend with my boys at the museum today. The museum helped fill in with details some of the history they saw in movies like 42 or Eight Men Out. Raelee Frazier was an amazing host during our visit. If you love baseball, you are sure to see a treasure in the collection that will leave you amazed.
It's like seeing the past come to life. My husband enjoyed the Cubs exhibit. I liked seeing the Shot Heard Round Baseball exhibit and the old Tiger stadium stuff. I couldn't take enough pictures. There are small details of history tucked into every nook and cranny. A must see!!
Fans of baseball and its history must visit here when going to Coors Field! Such a neat little place. The owner and workers were SO kind and offered amazing stories throughout our tour. HIGHLY recommend!
So much to see in a charming place. Super friendly and knowledgeable staff. Always new and different displays.
Small museum but full of baseball novelties collected by Bruce Hellerstein. He was on the coors field design committee that made 20th and Blake similar to the entry way of Ebbets Field, the original home stadium of the Brooklyn Dodgers in NY. $10 admission for this 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Play ball!