We were in town to see our Dodgers play the Reds.
We went to their museum prior to one of the games.
Admission is $10.
As a baseball fan, I enjoyed the exhibits and appreciate the history of this ball club.
It was worth the...更多
Our mission on a recent baseball bus tour trip and stop in Cincinnati was this museum. Lifelong Griffey fans (both Sr and Jr) we had to see them both in HOF together.
Before we even got into the museum one of the volunteers Dee Taylor...更多
As a life-long fan of the Big Red Machine, the Reds Museum and Hall of Fame is the perfect place to relive my childhood and share it with my boys. It includes the entire history of the organization with an emphasis on Pete Rose (TAKE...更多
Awesome exhibits--great place to cool off--fun area for kiddos to play--and the staff is always happy to see the little ones. Pay the money and become a member. Fun benefits and a great way to start any REDS game.
My wife and I visited the museum as part of a tour of the ball park. If you are a Reds fan it is a must see. Mnay displays, interactive sites and equipment from the past. Also try the pitching cage to see how you...更多
We recently attended the Yankees and Reds series. We paid the $20 to go in early to watch batting practice. They allow you to enter almost an 1.5 hour before the general public gets in. You are allowed to keep any baseballs that you catch....更多
What a wonderful job they did with this Hall of Fame and Museum. It really showcases who the Cincinnati Reds are and have always been............a class act and a step above all other teams as we were the 1st
This was a stop my husband has wanted to visit for a long time. I asked him after if it was worth it. He said it was because of the 3 world championship trophies on display. I'm not a super big baseball fan, so for...更多