Hall of Fame Experiences
For those of us who love baseball, the game plays an important role in our lives.
Baseball creates family experiences. Baseball brings communities together. Baseball creates memories that last a lifetime.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is the place where memories and stories are preserved and through a full line-up of unique experience offerings, where new memories are created.
From birthday parties to museum tours to holding a bat from our collection to renting the scared Plaque Gallery for a private party - the Museum offers everything for an unforgettable experience.
Explore the line-up of options below and plan your special Cooperstown experience today.
Enjoy a guided tour of the Museum
No place better tells the story of baseball’s rich history and rekindles those feelings of yesteryear than the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. On a one-hour guided tour of the Museum, learn about the stories behind the artifacts and fascinating details about America's National Pastime.
This package includes a tour for up to four people and a Hall of Fame Sustaining Membership for one full year.
Experience Cooperstown and the Hall of Fame as a VIP
On select dates throughout the spring and fall, this special two-day program allows visitors special behind-the-scenes opportunities.
Among the highlights of this unique package, which is bookended by Thursday evening exclusive after-hours Museum access and a Friday afternoon private reception, are a library archive tour and a Museum collections artifact presentation.
This package includes a Hall of Fame Sustaining Membership for one full year.
CUSTOM TOUR EXPERIENCE
Your Team. Your Memories. One Experience.
The Custom Tour Experience is a program that connects fans to their favorite team and memories through a unique experience at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Participants will enjoy a personalized visit focused around their favorite team – including a private artifact spotlight featuring items currently not on display in the Museum, followed by a brief guided tour of the Museum highlighting their favorite team.
This package is available for up to four people and includes a Hall of Fame Sustaining Membership for one full year.
"They say it's your (kid's) birthday"
Throw a birthday party you will never forget at the Baseball Hall of Fame! Your child and their friends will enjoy a great birthday followed by fun and excitement within the Hall. The best part is: We take care of all the details. You get to relax and enjoy your child's big day. From planning to execution, let our birthday party team bring your child’s dream party to reality for an experience that’s a home run above all others.
A birthday party at the Hall of Fame includes a party coordinator for the two-hour experience along with private space, programming and Museum access.
EXTRA INNINGS OVERNIGHTS
A Sleep-Over Event in the Hall of Fame, Literally
Extra Innings Overnights provides a chance to make a lifetime of memories during an unforgettable sleep-over. Children ages 7-12 and their parents/guardians can sleep in the Hall of Fame Plaque Gallery among the plaques honoring Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson and the rest of baseball’s greats.
The evening includes all-access to the Museum’s public areas after-hours, special hands-on programs throughout the Museum, and a late-night snack and a movie in the Bullpen Theater.
COLLECTION CARE AND CONSERVATION WORKSHOP
Learn How to Preserve and Care for Your Personal Collection
Almost all fans of the game collect something to preserve our baseball memories and share them with friends and family. You may collect baseball cards, autographed baseballs, jerseys, photographs or programs.
Now you can learn from the experts at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum how to care for these special items and ensure that they are preserved for future generations of your family.
This workshop will give you the knowledge you need to care for your own collection, using the same techniques developed by the professionals who care for the collection in Cooperstown.