The Original Baseball Hall of Fame Museum of Minnesota
Sorry, The Free Baseball Museum is Closed Since the New space in St Louis Park won’t accommodate the artifacts and interest over the years had waned. Thank you for your interest.
The all-free Baseball Museum was founded in 1986 and lasted until 2015 by Ray Crump. Ray was originally a batboy for the Washington Senators. When the Senators moved to Minnesota in 1961, he came North with them to become the Twins first equipment manager. After retiring from the organization in 1984, Ray wanted to share some of the artifacts he collected throughout the years. The museum focuses on these items. There are World Series bats, jerseys, autographed baseballs and photos, clubhouse books, displays on how to make baseball bats and gloves, and many other items. There are also collectibles from Elvis Presley and Memorabilia from the Beatles trip to Minnesota in 1965.
A Collection of Black World Series Bats and All Star Bats from Minnesota Twins and Other MLB Stars
Kirby Puckett will forever live in the hearts of Minnesota fans as well as baseball fans from around the world. We have dedicated a case to this remarkable athlete.
|The Museum is Now Closed.|
The Museum was a self guided tour next to the Metrodome in Minneapolis. Although it was quite small, this free museum, was a good place to stop on the way to a Metrodome Event.
This is the front of the old Store that faced Gate A (North Side of the HHH Metrodome (US Bank Stadium))
Come into our our New Store and You Can Still See the World’s Largest Minnesota Twins Bobble Head Doll