The Museum prides itself on one-of-a-kind treasures. The original goal of the National Ballpark Museum was to concentrate on ballpark memorabilia. Bruce Hellerstein meticulously acquired artifacts, bricks, postcards, jerseys, books, pictures and more. The collection grew to house seats from all the classic ballparks.
Some of his most significant collectibles include:
The light fixtures from the marble rotunda entrance to Ebbets Field, the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers
The arched window and cornerstone from Forbes Field, the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The "NY” drainage cover that Mickey Mantle tripped over in the 1951 World Series that permanently injured his leg.
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Autographed baseballs and bats
And much more...
The legacy of National Ballpark Museum is to pass on the passion and love for our National Pastime and its ballparks.
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The National Ballpark Museum, formally named B's Ballpark Museum, was recognized by Smithsonian Books as one of the top 21 finest private baseball collections in the World.
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