Outstanding, respectful tribute to the Negro Leagues and the players and personalities that made them so great. It is a great baseball museum and a fitting tribute to the men who helped build the game.
We spent about 2 hours here, but you could certainly spend alot more time . It is very nice and well laid out. Excellent history about the Negro leagues.
In town for baseball weekend, I had heard good things about this museum. I was horribly disappointed. This museum has the feel of having been put together many years ago on a modest budget. One can learn as much from a decent Ken Burns documentary and can spend time exploring other parts of the city. With one short introductory movie... 更多
The first plus was we arrived just as a parade from the Historically Black Colleges community was beginning. So we got to watch the parade, then went into the museum. The video is excellent, and the displays/memorabilia are well laid out. Overall it was very interesting, and I think there's enough there even to interest slightly older kids (not sure... 更多
Great destination in Kansas City. This is a small museum jam-packed full of information on the Negro baseball leagues. Your tour will start with a video presentation narrated by James Earl Jones. Don't miss it as this helps your understanding of the exhibits you'll see throughout the museum. The theater is designed as a set of old baseball bleachers, which... 更多
Have been here twice, once at least 20 years ago and recently. What a gem for a period of time best not forgotten lest it happen again. The amount of information, photos and memorabilia was amazing. Adjacent is the Jazz Museum which was not there last time we were there.
On Memorial Day 2016 my wife and I visited this place. It was easy to park on the street a block away. On entering, we chose not to purchase a combination ticket with the adjacent Jazz Museum. The Negro Leagues Museum (often erroneously called Negro "League" Museum by people who don't realize there were no fewer than 3 different leagues... 更多
I have been waiting to get here for a few years. Did not disappoint. My son and I had a wonderful time. Loved the bronze statues and the displays. Excellent tribute to the Negro Leagues.
We had a great time at this museum. It manages to pack an awful lot of memorabilia into a pretty small museum. The Jazz Museum (same location) was a great time as well - I'd recommend buying the combo ticket and going them both.