Provides lots of baseball memories. For a small museum it has a lot of exhibits with knowledgeable and friendly staff. Great for kids and adults alike.
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame has displays of many unique baseball items. Regretably their limited display space does not allow much of their collection to be viewed. Hopefully some day soon their plans to expand will move ahead. Despite their physical limitations, it is still a great place to visit.
Small place packed with incredible history! Scott gave us the best private tour we've ever had. His knowledge was remarkable. This is definitely a place we will come back to when our boys are a little older. They even have extra balls/gloves to borrow to have a game of catch on one of their spectacular fields. This should be a... 更多
Attended the 2015 induction ceremonies. Was able to get close to stars such as Fergie Jenkins, Steve Rogers, Carlos Delgado, Matt Stairs and others. Staff was very accommodating and the organization was next to none.
We were immediately attracted to the baseball items in the store window and saw the word museum. It looked very dusty almost like a store that was closed down but there was someone sitting inside. We really weren't sure if this was an old store selling dusty baseball items, an actual museum of some sort or just someone showing off... 更多
Hall of fame didn't look like much from the road but what a pleasant surprise once we went inside. The whole history of Canadian baseball was right there in front of our eyes. There was some piece of trivia from every era of Canadian baseball. What a great place to spend an afternoon.
Induction day week is the hilight of the season. Lots of former ball stars and celebrities on hand! Perfect for autograph hounds.
If you are a baseball fan and live in Canada you must visit the hall of fame and museum. There were so many artifacts crammed into this house/museum. They really need a bigger spot. But we enjoyed the trip down memory lane and all the memorabilia. The only thing we would suggest is more signage on the 401 - then... 更多
The artifacts are crowded in the limited space provided. I found no time order of events. One minute I was looking at Babe Ruth pictures, then I turned to see Jarry Stadium Bleachers. A coat worn by Anne Murray when she sang the National Anthem for the Blue Jays. I saw everything, and it was terrific. If there had been... 更多