140 Blake Street – Denver, CO  – (303) 974-5835


Located in the LoDo (Lower Downtown) neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, the National Ballpark Museum is the culmination of founder, president, and curator Bruce “B” Hellerstein’s lifelong love of baseball.

Formerly known as “B’s Ballpark Museum”, our collection was recognized by Smithsonian Books as one of the top 20 finest private baseball collections in the world. 

The Museum prides itself in one-of-a-kind treasures, including those from the original 14 classic ballparks. We are the only Museum dedicated to ballparks and are dedicated to the Denver community for the preservation of the history of baseball.

1940 Blake Street – Denver, CO
(303) 974-5835

Current Hours of Operation and Admission Prices

Monday-Saturday  – 11am til 5pm
Closed Sunday
Adults – $20
Seniors (65+) – $10
Kids (16 and under) – FREE
Active Military – FREE

Turnstile from Philadelphia’s Shibe Park (the first classic ballpark), dated 1909

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“The collection of items that baseball connoisseur, and Denver native Bruce Hellerstein, has assembled in this LoDo marvel is truly amazing.”
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“If you are a serious baseball fan and love the history of it, you will get chill bumps. It’s really hard not to geek out over every collected piece”
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“It’s like seeing the past come to life. I couldn’t take enough pictures!”
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“Brought back wonderful memories of my Dad and me going to some of these classic ballparks.”
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We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and greatly appreciate donations to the National Ballpark Museum!

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Latest Events / News

Bucket List Community Café Article

In anticipation of the upcoming Rockies vs Yankees series – A wonderful new article was just published on The Bucket List Community Café website about the history and features of the museum. Read the entire article – HERE

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