Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum expands
The Hall teamed up with Marklevitz Architects Inc. from Stratford and BaAM Productions from Toronto to develop a 2,500-square-foot expansion to the current museum, as well as a renovation to the inside of the existing structure in 2017-19. This project is made possible by a number of generous private donations and funding through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
The main focus of the project will be to create a secure archive facility and resource library for the Hall’s extensive collection which consists of over 6,000 books and magazines and more than 10,000 artifacts and papers. The renovations also included a new entrance and gift shop area, an accessible washroom and new auditorium/exhibition space.
“We are excited to begin this new chapter in our history and this project will ensure that our vast collection can be enjoyed by future generations,” said Adam Stephens, the Chair, Board of Directors.
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