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North Carolina Baseball Museum

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It was interesting but probably not a place to visit on a regular basis, lots of information but... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
turnermarijo
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Lewisville, North Carolina
A "Who Knew" moment

Midnight Graham was a real NC player. This museum adjacent to a beautiful ball field is packed with... read more

Reviewed February 6, 2017
Artistwriter50
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New Bern, North Carolina
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Sep 18, 2017
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Fleming Stadium 300 Stadium St, Twitter @ncbaseballmuseu, Wilson, NC 27893
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was interesting but probably not a place to visit on a regular basis, lots of information but mostly includes baseball players born in North Carolina

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Reviewed September 18, 2017 via mobile

We went several times to catch them open...they have shorter hours than the Sims NC Post Office... It was much better than a whirligig... Lolx2

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Reviewed February 6, 2017

Midnight Graham was a real NC player. This museum adjacent to a beautiful ball field is packed with history and the greats, many of who we did not know came from NC. A special display for Catfish Hunter fans, the women's league, Madison Bum Garner...More

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Reviewed August 13, 2016

The North Carolna Baseball museum is s located in historic Fleming stadium where I saw Rod Carew and Harmon Killebrew play more years ago than I like to admit! The museum is fantastic for the baseball buff

Thank Gustav G
Reviewed July 16, 2016

My husband and I are baseball fans and especially like to visit Minor League parks. We have lived in Durham for over 4 years and one of our goals was to visit Wilson and the N.C. Baseball Museum. We set out a few weeks ago...More

1  Thank Lybi
Reviewed March 25, 2016 via mobile

This is a gem of a ballpark and museum. Visit a bygone era of baseball history with Fleming Stadium and see NC baseball history in the museum.

Thank Rodger L
Reviewed March 5, 2016

Being a baseball fan of many years, I really enjoyed the museum. It has lots of items from players and parks in NC. There is a cabinet for each of the 6 Hall of Famers born in NC. The Museum is just a few feet...More

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Reviewed June 2, 2015

The North Carolina Baseball Museum is a must see for baseball history buffs. It's location at historic Fleming Stadium in Wilson, North Carolina make it the perfect place to be captivated by North Carolina baseball history prior to enjoying a Coastal Plain League game featuring...More

3  Thank Jesse E
Reviewed February 18, 2015

Needs to be larger to handle some current accomplishments, too. It was wonderful to see the history and learn more about the players from NC. Would visit every chance we are in the area!

1  Thank Wade S
Reviewed September 26, 2014

The North Carolina Baseball Museum contains memorabilia from ball players that are native North Carolinians. There are seven Hall of Fame inductees in Cooperstown from North Carolina, including Jim "Catfish" Hunter, Gaylor Perry and Enos Slaughter. The museum is located inside Fleming Stadium and it...More

4  Thank RoseLady54
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