Great venue to see and remember the stars of the Reds in years gone by!! There are interactive exhibits that will interest the younger fan. Our group enjoyed the ball/strike pitching cage. It is a shame there is so little of Pete Rose... Lots of pictures and blurbs to keep you busy. I'm a Braves fan, but I can remember all the stars from the Reds from the 60's through the present...fun to read and see shots of players I remember during their hay-days!!!
Warning...This is not the place for anyone who has never followed MLB...they will look and act bored and eventually create enough stress to make your group want to just leave. Ratings of this site are not very good when done by one of these folk.
Plan on taking 1 to 1.5 hours to walk through the site. In the hall of plaques to the Reds Hall of Fame winners, note the room's backdrop of the old Crosley Field...your standing just out of the field of play...try to walk into fair territory...it looks easy...it is a cool optical illusion!!!
This site is especially nice on a hot, cold, or rainy day in Cincinnati!!! However, it is best to plan your visit here when the Reds are away, or early in the day when the Reds will play in the evening. There is plenty of parking in a parking deck across from the stadium, located in the area once occupied by Riverfront Stadium. BTW...at the end of your Hall of Fame visit, you walk directly into the Reds Team Store...
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