Excellent multimedia venue showcasing the old Negro Leagues that also recaptures an ugly part of American history--segregation. The museum features murals with the timeline of the league as well as features of some of the greats, video presentations with narrations by James Earl Jones and Bernard Shaw, and life-size statues of the greats by position recreated on a miniature playing field with scoreboard. There even is a replica of the tiny, black only owned motel rooms where the players were forced to stay on road trips. I picked up some interesting baseball trivia tidbits I had not known before visiting, such as the fact night baseball originated in the Negro Leagues 5 years before it was adopted by Major League Baseball.
All in all, a wonderful place to visit and reasonably priced at $10 admittance fee. For an additional $5, you can also visit the adjacent American Jazz Museum if you purchase a combination ticket. You can visit and tour both places in +/- 2 hours.
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