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If you're in Kansas City you MUST make time to visit this museum. There's so much history and everything is so well done.
Come and come often. So much to learn. KC is so lucky to have this place.
"Don't ever look back. Something might be gainin'." - Satchel Paige
Great Museum, Baseball and a History Lesson
See if you can arrange a personal tour. Eye opening! Go Monarchs!! #TerriInKC
A national treasure. If you love baseball or America, it's a just see.
$15 for tickets to the Jazz Museum and Baseball Museum
Tells the complete story of Negro Leagues Baseball, from the average players to the superstars! See more great accomplishments by African Americans over the years: http://bet.us/BHM
Fantastic! A really comprehensive sports history experience.Only bummer, you can't take pics.
Leave time to see everything including the movies - James Earl Jones narrates a great history of the league
A must-visit museum for any baseball enthusiasts. Doubles as a sports museum and a social history museum. You can visit the jazz museum at the same time.
i've been to this museum at least 11 times...it's a jewel of the city, rich with local sports and social history. if you come for the All Star game in July, you MUST make a visit. highly recommended!
Please visit to learn a bit more about not only the League, but American history. The All Star game is in KC in 2012. Check out how the League will play a part.
Various celebrities and dignitaries sign baseballs when they stop by the Museum. Can you spot Bill Clinton's signature?
A must see if you are in KC. Takes about 2 hours to go through. Even non-baseball fans will enjoy!
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum opened its’ permanent 10,000 square foot facility in 1997 sharing the new facility with the American Jazz Museum.
Really enjoyed the exhibits. Thought the museum was really well done.
Bring $10 cash for admission to Negro Leagues + Jazz museums. It speeds the process.
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