With over 15,000 square feet of exhibt space, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum provides an unforgettable journey through over 140 years of Reds history!
Let's play ball!
A visit to this hall of fame is fun for all ages as it features interactive and educational exhibits, as well as a 100 seat theater, several exhibit galleries, and many unique artifacts.
The core purpose of the museum is to record, preserve and promote the rich history and traditions of the Cincinnati Reds, honor on-field accomplishments and achievements, and create an everlasting memorial to baseball and the Cincinnati Reds.
This also means that as those future champions walk around the exhibits, they might just be inspired to be the best they can be! You never know, one they THEY might be up on those walls!
Don't miss a trip to the Kids' Clubhouse where those under 6 can enjoy a downsized locker room where Mom and Dad can help those little future Hall of Famers wriggle into their Reds jerseys!
Those HUGE fans will love a visit to the Ultimate Reds Rooms too, complete with memorabilia, bobbleheads, cards, and yes a Big Screen TV!
Also whilst at the stadium you can take on a Ball Park Tour as well as a Major League Clubhouse Tour!
So batter up kids, we're off to the big time at the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum. PLAY BALL!
The museum is on the west side of Great American Ball Park facing The Banks entertainment complex along the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati.Get directions
$8 (Ages 13 to 18)
Active Military or Veterans, Seniors
The Museum is located near several restaurants that are part of the newly renovated Banks area on the Ohio River.
There are tours you can take of the stadium too, whilst you are there!
The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is open to students of all ages. Interact with the best of baseball! Kids can try pitching, learn baseballs role in history, and test out a Reds radio booth! Teachers can also make an advanced visit to "scout" the field trip
The Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is accessible to visitors with disabilities!
The museum is located next to Great American Ball Park and offers tours of the ballpark throughout the year.
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