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Negro Southern League Museum

Exhibition HallsMuseum
Address: 120 16th St S, Birmingham, AL 35233-1617
Phone: +1 205-581-3040


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  • DannyWasserman
    Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Historic negro baseball museum !!

    We are huge baseball fans and we love going to whether its Cooperstown, NY or KC, Mo and checking out baseball museums and this place is also worth seeing. It depicts pieces of the South where Negro ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1581222763000+0800)/
  • alexisrachelletx

    Special museum

    This little museum was a highlight of our visit to Birmingham this weekend! We'd been to several of Birmingham's other museums before, but wanted to try something new. The Negro Southern League Museum...

    Reviewed on /Date(1580653491000+0800)/
  • Ruppert B
    Ruppert B
    Lugoff, South Carolina, USA

    A Gem of Civil Rights AND Sport

    While wandering downtown we found this gem. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the displays were excellent. The walls of autographed balls of Negro League players was just wonderful, with aut...

    Reviewed on /Date(1576143553000+0800)/
  • IraBfromCSG
    Fort Lauderdale

    An Important Part of History

    A great presentation of the largest collection of Negro League artifacts in the country. Far more than the well known path of Jackie Robinson, this museum offers a powerful perspective of the segregat...

    Reviewed on /Date(1574218583000+0800)/
  • Margie O
    Margie O
    Washington, DC

    A must see if you're into history or baseball

    A well done exhibit of the history of African Americans in baseball, both the Negro major and minor leagues and finally into the integrated major leagues. The Birmingham Black Barons were one of the b...

    Reviewed on /Date(1573383354000+0800)/

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