We ask for your support for the Baseball Heritage Museum that is now located in the 5th Street Arcades formally known at the Colonial Market Place in the heart of the Historic Gateway Neighborhood. The Baseball Heritage Museum preserves the history of baseball with a special focus on the multicultural aspects of the game. The museum provides an educational forum allowing the public, particularly school children, to learn about the impact baseball has had and will continue to have on Cleveland, Ohio, internationally and on our society in general.
The Baseball Heritage Museum has received grants from the Gund Foundation, the Historic Gateway Neighborhood, the County of Cuyahoga through the Arts and Culture Program, Medical Mutual and a number of private corporations and individuals.
As a leader in our community, you participation will help insure our continued success. We are hopeful that you will consider this an important part of the fabric of the United States.
As we proceed with continuing development of the Museum, our educational program will reach out to our community through a number of different avenues including our traveling exhibit “Beisbol…Behind the Veil”,and special guest appearances. For a list of events visit our events page.
The Baseball Heritage Museum is a not for profit 501(c)3, please ask your financial planner how your contribution may be handled.