Ty Cobb Museum

Royston, GA

Where are we going?

Ty Cobb Museum
461 Cook Street
Royston
GA
30662

706 245 -1825

What is there to do?

If you love either sport, biography or history, then you might want to check out the Ty Cobb Museum - as it gives you all three when you visit!

The Ty Cobb Museum showcases the life and achievements of one of the greatest baseball players ever to grace the diamond. Ty Cobb of course!

Through a series of exhibits, kids can learn and be inspired by one man's amazing achievements. You never know, it might inspire them to set their sights on the world too!

Each of the exhibits are filled with artifacts that have been collected, and preserved, from video and books, to memorabilia and even film. These historical collections let that legend of this "Georgia Peach" to live on!

It is the mission of the Ty Cobb Museum to "set the record straight" and make people aware of Ty Cobb's benevolent nature and all he's done for his hometown of Royston and the state of Georgia.

Did you know that Ty Cobb was the first pro athlete to appear in a movie back in 1917? Did you know that he used the most expensive handmade clubs when he played golf, even though he was only average at the sport? Did you know that his last ball game was in 1961 when he threw out the first pitch for the Los Angeles Angels?

See how much you're learning, and you haven't' even set through the museum doors yet! So why not head on over to this great museum and get inspired by a great man! You never know - in a few years there could be a museum about YOU!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $5

Children: $3

Discount: Seniors $3

Free Under: 5 years

LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

9am - 4pm weekdays. 10am - 4pm Sat. Closed Sundays

Closed Jan 1, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas

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Any top tips?

If you buy admission within 2 hours of closing, those tickets will also be honored the next day!

I’m Hungry!

There are plenty of places to enjoy something to eat in the local area, so why not grab something before your visit so you can focus on Ty Cobb and not those rumbling tummies!

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