The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is located at 386 Church St. South in St. Marys, Ontario.
Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum Statement ON COVID-19 IMPACTS:
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum (CBHFM) is announcing impacts to its scheduled events and operations caused by COVID-19.
The museum is closed to the public until further notice.
Board of Directors Chair, Adam Stephens, states: “While the impacts of COVID-19 on the Hall’s events and operations are disappointing, the health and wellbeing of Canadians are paramount. We look forward to welcoming Canadians back to our site and events when it is safe to do so to celebrate the great history of baseball in Canada and the tremendous inductee class of 2020.”
These updates and others will be shared at www.baseballhalloffame.ca and via the Hall of Fame’s social media channels.
Hours: Will be posted when the museum re-opens.
Senior/Children (ages 10-17) $10
Children (ages 9 and under) Free
Family (2 adults/4 children) $35
Group tours $10 per person (10 or more people)
Office: 519-284-1838 for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Located adjacent to the Quarry, Canada’s largest outdoor swimming pool, the Hall of Fame located in St. Marys, Ontario is a short, 30 minute drive from London, Ontario. Housed in a newly expanded 2500 sq ft addition and our renovated century-old building, the shrine pays homage to 129 inductees who have left their mark on Canadian Baseball.
Through an exclusive collection, the Hall tells the story of Fergie Jenkins, a courageous, black man from Chatham, Ontario who overcame seemingly insurmountable odds and racial barriers to become one of the most dominant major league pitchers of his era. Also shared is the inspiring and heart-wrenching tale of the Vancouver Asahi – a team of Japanese Canadians who won five Pacific Northwest Championships before being interned during World War II. If you are interested in current Canadian-born big leaguers such as Russell Martin, Mike Soroka, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., James Paxton, Tyler O’Neill, Joey Votto, Rowan Wick, Josh Naylor and Jordan Romano they are also well represented in the museum. New this year is our Larry Walker display and a collection of our newest artifacts from the 2019 Canadian players.
For a glimpse into Canada’s baseball future, you can also wander around the picturesque, 32-acre site and view what is “The Great Canadian Dream Park.” With four ball fields already constructed, the Hall is progressing towards its goal of becoming the official home of baseball in this country. The vision for the site includes a pavilion.
If you’re thinking about making the trip to the Hall of Fame this summer, don’t forget to pack a bathing suit so you can have a dip in the Quarry. Also, keep the Hall in mind if you’re planning a trip to Stratford, Ontario – the museum is only 15 kilometres from the festival town.
For more information about the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, please call us at 519-284-1838.
30 minutes North of London: Go North on either Highbury or Hwy 4 from London Turn right on hwy #7 Turn left on Perth Rd 123 Turn right on Park St. Turn right on Church St. S. Follow to “V” in the road and take the “V” right.