Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Buy One-Get One Admission

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Buy One-Get One Admission

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
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TAKE A STROLL THROUGH HISTORY

Through the inspiration of Horace M. Peterson III (1945-1992), founder of the Black Archives of Mid-America, a group of local historians, business leaders, and former baseball players came together to create the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in the early 1990s. It functioned out of a small, one room office in the Lincoln Building, which is located in the Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District of Kansas City, MO. It quickly incorporated, built a board of directors and staffing, and created a licensing program to support operations.

Our permanent home uses 10,000 square feet of the new space. The new exhibit features multi-media computer stations, several film exhibits, hundreds of photographs, Field of 12 bronze sculptures and a growing collection of baseball artifacts. The museum raised over $2 million dollars to complete design and construction of this space.

The NLBM is a self-guided tour experience. There are several text panels to read, hundreds of photographs, and a number of film exhibits, laid out on a time line of baseball and black history. We recommend that you plan at least 1 hour to fully enjoy the exhibit, but you could very easily spend 2 hours reading all the material. Special low lighting in some areas is required for protection of artifacts.

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Expiration Date: Apr 21 2013 12:00AM
Paid Value valid through Five (5) years from purchase date. Must present this Certificate.
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                BUY ONE ADMISSION
          AT REGULAR PRICE OF $10
    GET A SECOND ADMISSION FREE!

TAKE A STROLL THROUGH HISTORY

Through the inspiration of Horace M. Peterson III (1945-1992), founder of the Black Archives of Mid-America, a group of local historians, business leaders, and former baseball players came together to create the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in the early 1990s. It functioned out of a small, one room office in the Lincoln Building, which is located in the Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District of Kansas City, MO. It quickly incorporated, built a board of directors and staffing, and created a licensing program to support operations.

Our permanent home uses 10,000 square feet of the new space. The new exhibit features multi-media computer stations, several film exhibits, hundreds of photographs, Field of 12 bronze sculptures and a growing collection of baseball artifacts. The museum raised over $2 million dollars to complete design and construction of this space.

The NLBM is a self-guided tour experience. There are several text panels to read, hundreds of photographs, and a number of film exhibits, laid out on a time line of baseball and black history. We recommend that you plan at least 1 hour to fully enjoy the exhibit, but you could very easily spend 2 hours reading all the material. Special low lighting in some areas is required for protection of artifacts.
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum Location:
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum 1616 E. 18th St. 18th & Vine District
Kansas City, MO, US Get Directions
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