The Baseball Heritage Museum In Cleveland Takes You Back To The Roots Of An All American Sport

In the past, we’ve explored photos of long-gone Cleveland landmarks like League Park, where the Cleveland Indians played a few World Series games. This landmark awed Clevelanders from 1891 until it was demolished in 1951, but parts of Cleveland’s historic ballpark are preserved to this very day. In fact, the Baseball Heritage Museum in Cleveland calls League Park and its old ticket office home to this very day… and it keeps alive some of the memories made at The Land’s first ballpark. Are you ready to check out this cool local landmark? First, let’s root, root, root for the home team, because some of their coolest artifacts are stored at this fascinating site.

The Baseball Heritage Museum in Cleveland is one of the city’s coolest attractions, but many locals have yet to visit it. What’s holding you back? This historic structure is calling your name today!

Love exploring unique places? Check out The Sanctuary Museum (formerly called the Museum of Divine Statues) for more local fun.

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Address: Baseball Heritage Museum, 6601 Lexington Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103, USA