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National Ballpark Museum

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1940 Blake St, Denver, CO 80202-1297
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Andrew B wrote a review Jul 2020
Somerville, Massachusetts738 contributions57 helpful votes
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This is a terrific museum that pays tribute to the history of baseball parks in the USA. It is a small place and feels a bit crowded with exhibits. Yet any baseball fan of any age will find some interesting items here. It is conveniently located near the Rockies' stadium.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jenny O wrote a review Mar 2020
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This museum is for everyone, baseball lover or not. The amount of history within these walls is mesmerizing. I could have spent hours here. Great price and everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable. Thank you!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from Raelee F, General Manager at National Ballpark Museum
Responded Mar 24, 2020
We thank you for your thoughts about the museum! The artifacts are so much fun for us to talk about with our visitors, and to listen their baseball stories and experiences.
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Brian B wrote a review Mar 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma1 contribution
Raelee greeted us the second my friends and I walked in the door, and I was amazed on how much memorabilia is in the museum. From old scoreboard replicas and seats to bobbleheads, jerseys and stadium replicas, this is a great place to visit- whether you are a baseball fan or not.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Raelee F, General Manager at National Ballpark Museum
Responded May 11, 2020
Wha great fun it is to greet each visitor to the museum, as baseball is our game! The old ballparks lend themselves to telling stories about other baseball experiences we have had, it is our pleasure to do that with each visitor.
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Jessica U wrote a review Feb 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina10 contributions1 helpful vote
Very neat place to visit for baseball fans! Extensive baseball memorabilia including signed baseballs.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Raelee F, General Manager at National Ballpark Museum
Responded Mar 25, 2020
To have a visitor enjoy the artifacts in the museum gives us great pleasure! There are so many tales to be told when people wander throught the museum adn we love listening to them. Thank you!!
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Hosp16 wrote a review Feb 2020
Denver, Colorado69 contributions24 helpful votes
Love this place. A baseball treasure in the mile high city. Historical baseball collection for everyone. I’m a massive Yankees fan from NY living in Denver and being family here all the time. I have to pull the older relatives of mine out kicking and screaming. Brilliant
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Date of experience: June 2019
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