Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, St. Marys: Address, Phone Number, Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum Reviews: 4.5/5

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum
4.5

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Cathy Mandzuk
Ottawa, Canada5 contributions
Worth seeing
Sep 2019 • Couples
Exceptional young woman at reception set the tone for a great experience. The memorabilia was impressive. A must see for any true baseball fan
Written September 21, 2019
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Steve M
Toronto, Canada140 contributions
Must visit for a fan of Canadian sport
Sep 2019
My wife and I attended a Labour Day weekend wedding in St. Mary's, which provided a long-overdue opportunity to visit Canada's baseball hall. The folks involved have done a superb job using land donated by the St. Mary's Cement company to turn an old house into the hall and museum, while also building four baseball diamonds. Lots of cool memorabilia including jerseys, World Series rings, batting gloves, spikes, scorecards of notable games, etc., plus the plaques featuring the Hall of Famers. As a lifelong lover of baseball (and former sportswriter who covered the Blue Jays' World Series titles in 1992 and 1993), the Hall brought back a flood of memories. If you love baseball as much as I do, I'd suggest finding an excuse to visit St. Mary's - a quaint little community about an hour's drive northeast of London, and less than a half-hour from Stratford.
Written September 2, 2019
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Bob L
Newton, MA51 contributions
Newly enlarged and renovated HALL OF FAME is terrific
Aug 2019 • Couples
The newly renovated and recently reopened Hall of Fame in St Mary’s is terrific and not to be missed. A must for all baseball fans!
Written August 13, 2019
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Kenneth L
St. Marys, Canada7 contributions
Baseball history
May 2019
Incredible amount of items related to baseball from over the years. Our guide was very knowledgeable and informative making the tour both interesting and entertaining.
Written August 8, 2019
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Heather R
Richmond, Canada296 contributions
Worth Visiting!
Jul 2019 • Couples
I’m really glad that I visited this museum! I’ve been wanting to do so in all of my previous trips but never found the time! Both myself & my boyfriend are Baseball Enthusiasts so we were in our glory. The inductees in the Hall of Fame are represented in an easy to read fashion ! No squinting necessary !
Lots of fascinating collectibles as well! I did not know that modern day World Series Rings are made by Tiffany & Co. Lots of History to be proud of! Terrific souvenirs as well!
I think that there should be an entrance fee reduction for Seniors although $12 is hardly worth griping about . Don’t miss this Historical Gem!
Written July 16, 2019
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nnewt57
Baltimore11 contributions
first visit
Jul 2019 • Family
This is a great place. They have done us Canadians proud. Place is not hard to find,not very big but packed full. $12.00 admission for adults we thought was fair.
Written July 5, 2019
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MaryD2488
Ingersoll, Canada74 contributions
Wonderful Gem for Baseball Fans
Aug 2018 • Couples
While camping we had a rainy day and three bored boys. The boys were not overly enthusiastic about going but once there it was a hard time getting them to leave. So much time and effort has gone into finding all the memorabilia and displaying it so well. You can walk from one display to the next and everything has an explanation. Not being a baseball fan myself I found it very interesting and even saw a picture of my father in laws team in the hall of fame that we did not know was there. A great way to spend time on a rainy day.
Written May 28, 2019
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Lorenzo el Jefe
Barcelona, Spain3,081 contributions
New Ball Hall Museum a walk off.
Apr 2019
A small classy Museum has completed a major upgrade.
What appears to be a tin can addition, opens up to the visitor for a spectacular feast for your mind and eyes.
Grab the baseball bat pulls on the entrance doorways.
A new world.
Follow the hallway stage left for the reception room.
Check it out.
A stunning display on the three walls of ball art. Great stuff never in the big show before. Kudos to the framer.
Q-Trip: Check out the Ken Danby of Robbie Alomar.
Q-Trip: Stand in the room corner for a window view of
the fields of dreams. Yes, fields. Yes, dreams.
That was a gravel pit as far as you can see
25 years ago.
Q-Trip: Check my catering photos.
Back in the hallway note the archival area on your right.
That is the top research and reference room(s) for
baseball in Canada.
Slight left, straight on the hallway again, the visitor crosses into the historic display area of the Museum where by the design colours, the artifact boxes and bi-lingual descriptions, explanations, thoughts, history ... fantastic.
Note the turf green floors, blue bird ceilings, cement palate for walls ... a splendid mix and match. These colours change to blue and red for Blue Jays, red and white for Canadians.
The Hall of Fame room is small and super classy, like the Museum itself. Take time to review Canadian, and international array on the Hall of Fame plaques.
Q-Trip: Prepare to take a walk. How far? Behind the site
south and west. Back to Water Street to the
Pathway behind the Tennis Courts. North now.
Bonus walk to the most beautiful Downtown.
My super recommendation.
Written April 17, 2019
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Mark16
Toronto542 contributions
Fields of Dreams
Jul 2017 • Friends
I took the tour of the museum, and previously have attended two inductions into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. It's a great institution, reminding us of the great ballgames that have taken north of the border, and of the tremendous Canadian talents that have played the game. Worth the drive.....
Written June 18, 2018
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tdsuperstar
Toronto, Canada18,044 contributions
It's history! If you enjoy baseball, the CBHOF is worth the visit!!
Aug 2017 • Solo
Growing up in Toronto, the memorabilia presented at the Canadian Baseball HOF centres, quite rightly, to the Blue Jays. The memories and fun it all brought back was awesome. The HOF is quite small and cramped. The planned expansion is needed to allow for visitors to better take in the exhibits and I'm sure there are plenty of artifacts not on display. If you're in the London area, it's a quick 40 minute drive or so to St. Mary's. I'm not sure the HOF is worth a special trip just for the HOF in its current state, but if in the area then I would make the trip in a heartbeat. The small town feel is great and adds to the feeling of yesteryear. For $7.50 for adults, it's a reasonable admission price for the HOF. For the baseball fan, I would make an effort to see the HOF!!
Written August 22, 2017
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