May 8th – ‘Mothers Night Off’ Double Header

On May 8th at Scott Carpenter Park in Boulder – The Denver Browns are sponsoring a TwiNight Doubleheader with %100 all concessions (including beer sales) to benefit The Boulder Collegians The 4pm Matinée will pit The Denver Green vs The Raptors and  the 7pm matchup will be The Wiseguys vs The Denver Browns CONCESSIONS INCLUDING […]

Vintage 1988 CUBS Pin Promotion – Apr 14-17

This weekend, baseball fans will converge upon Coors Field to see the Rockies take home a victory against the visiting Chicago Cubs. Visitors can also converge upon the National Ballpark Museum and take home a piece of Cubs’ history. The museum, located one block from Coors Field, received a donation of rare button-badges, which they […]

New Exhibit – Vintage Merchants Park Seats

We are happy to announce a new addition to the museum – two vintage seats (circa 1920s) from Merchants Park, Denver. The seats are on display in the ‘Denver Room’. Merchants Park, once located at Broadway and I-25, is an important chapter in Denver’s baseball history. The park was completed in 1922 and was home […]

Equipment Donation for Marshall Fire Victims

We are accepting donations of lightly used baseball mitts, gloves and bats to be donated to the Boulder community baseball youth group that have lost all of their equipment in the tragic fire. Please stop by the museum during operating hours to drop off what you can. Thank You.  

New Library Completed

You are invited to visit our new Museum library. We have books for all ages. Relax with a book on our comfy couch or play a game of chess. The library can be utilized for school projects, reading groups, etc.

Yankee Stadium Seat

If only a seat could talk, what great and exciting stories this one would tell. Over the years, occupants of  this marvelous artifact that you are looking at have witnessed some of the greatest players and greatest moments in the history of the wonderful game of baseball. For this seat was once located in the […]

The Polo Grounds

In the very early morning hours of Friday, April 14, 1911, a fire of uncertain origin swept through the stadium’s horseshoe-shaped grandstand, consuming wood and leaving only steel uprights in place. The gaps between some sections of the stands saved a good portion of the outfield seating and the clubhouse from destruction. Giants owner John […]