This is similar to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. Yes it concentrates on the Reds and, though I am not Cincinna fan, I was totally absorbed by the displays. And it has the best extra added attraction. Throw baseballs off a mound and have them electronically called. Found out why I never made it as a pitcher.
This Hall of Fame is really dedicated to Pete, Which was ok since I love Pete and the way he played ball. Not very big but lots to see. Many uniforms, balls, photos, bats, etc. to take in. It's just $10 without the stadium tour and $20 with. Definitely do both
I bought tickets to the Museum and gave them to my great grandkids mom. She took her finance and 3 kids and they had a great time, really enjoyed the experience.
The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum was a fun add-on to our afternoon at the ballpark. The employees at the ticket counter and the woman who took our tickets were friendly and excited to tell us what to see and where to go. We enjoyed the museum and the short movie in the cool theater.
You can't go to Great American Ballpark without visitng the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. The new exhibit there is "Bobble Heads". My children loved it. It was a great time saver while we waited on the gates to open.
I like to see a new ball park/stadium per year, and when available I take a tour of the park I am visiting, and if there is a museum as well, I check that out also. I really enjoyed seeing the museum, and all of the history that the Reds have. The bobble head display was awesome, I could not... 更多
I am a Johnny Bench fan so this was right up my baseline. The bobbleheads were very well done. The entire place is well maintained and the people working there are very nice and helpful.
The meet and greet is an expensive activity and they will not let you even so much as speak to the members/players. If you want an expensive express lane experience that will leave you feeling like you just got shafted then their "events" will do just that. I also purchased the Pete Rose Reds HOF induction gala tickets $500 for... 更多
This is a must-see for any Reds fan. The bobblehead exhibit was so-so and took up too much space. But the rest of the Museum was outstanding. They show six videos throughout the day. There is nothing better than watching the Big Red Machine of the 1970's. The "bar area" near the end of the third floor is spectacular with... 更多