Seasonal Hours of Operation*
and Admission Prices 

Tuesday-Saturday 
11am-5pm 
COVID POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
– All guests, staff, and volunteers must wear a mask
– 10 guests in the museum at a time 
– Social distance among guests who did not arrive together 
– Temperature checks at the door
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization 

Adults – $10

Seniors (65+) – $5

Kids (16 and under) – FREE

Active Military – FREE

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

See What People Have To Say

“The collection of items that baseball connoisseur, and Denver native Bruce Hellerstein, has assembled in this LoDo marvel is truly amazing.”

#4 of Things To Do in Denver

“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”

“It’s like seeing the past come to life. I couldn’t take enough pictures!” 

“Brought back wonderful memories of my Dad and me going to some of these classic ballparks.” 

Exhibits and Events 

In addition to the classic ballparks, Denver Bears, and other assorted baseball antiquities we also have rotating exhibits! Check out our upcoming exhibits and the events that accompany them. 

Virtual Tour & Grand Re-Opening!

Virtual Tour

We are hoping that with the upcoming baseball season we will be able to open to the public again! Until then, take a virtual tour with our volunteer Stacie! 

Grand Re-Opening

Welcome back!! After a year of being closed we cannot wait to talk baseball with everyone again. Please note our health and safety protocols above and let us know if you have any questions! 

We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and greatly appreciate donations to the National Ballpark Museum!

“I’m a public historian and have high standards for museums and this spot met them all!”

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

A lightbulb from the first night game played at Ebbets Field, in 1938

The arched window and cornerstone from Forbes Field, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates 

Game – used on – deck circle from Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs

An exterior “Gate B” sign from Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox 

Gallery

Browse some of the one of a kind items housed at the National Ballpark Museum