Negro Leagues Baseball Museum Coupons and Deals
WALK IN THE PAST LANE A crucial piece of American history, long confined to murky shadows, grabs the spotlight in an informative and thought-provoking display. Discover the hub of over a century of Black culture and life in Kansas City at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. With several thousand visitors under its belt (including Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, General Colin Powell, Poet Maya Angelou and Journalist Walter Cronkite), The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is quickly becoming a national treasure. Peruse multi-media computer stations, film exhibits, hundreds of photographs, bronze sculptures and a growing collection of baseball artifacts in the 10,000 square feet museum. Hey, batter batter! PERFECT FOR Baseball fanatics History buffs Father/son bonding Fun and education field trip
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Vouchers can be redeemed starting Friday, May 17, through Oct. 17, 2013. Present voucher to box office for entry. Children 5 and under are free. See full terms and conditions.
Last month, tickets sold out immediately for the red carpet event for the Jackie Robinson movie "42" at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Now Travelzoo subscribers can visit this acclaimed museum with half-price general admission for the whole family. Take your pick of ticket options that bring some of baseball's most historic moments to life: â¢ For $10, receive two adult admissions valid any day of the week (reg. $20) â¢ For $3, receive one child admission for ages six and up (reg. $6) â¢ For $15, receive one annual membership (regularly $25-$49 with a donation) and a deck of playing cards (reg. $3.99) This museum has a 4.5-star rating on TripAdvisor and Yelp, and over the years, it has hosted presidents, celebrities and Hall of Fame baseball players, who come to see its extensive, historically significant exhibits. For a list of exhibits, click here. Terms and Conditions Vouchers can be redeemed starting Friday, May 17, through Oct. 17, 2013. Present voucher to box office for entry. Valid during merchant's operating hours. Children 5 and under are free. Not valid on products. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit.
With hundreds of photographs and memorabilia that span the glory days of African-American baseball, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will shed a whole new light on America's game: • $16 ($32 value) for two adult and two child admissions • Tells the story of African-American experiences with baseball from the late 1800s to the 1960s • Downtown museum is attached to the American Jazz Museum; open Tuesday through Sunday "Historical baseball at its finest... My only regret is that is took me so many years to actually make it to this truly enjoyable shrine." - TripAdvisor Want more? Check out Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on Facebook.