Saturday, July 19th
Tours starting at:
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
The site of Crosley Field at the corner of Findlay Street and Western Avenue.
- Team Historian Greg Rhodes and Museum Curator Chris Eckes will be providing walking tours of Crosley Field site (departing from the Nehemiah Manufacturing Company, 1130 Findlay Street)
- Scotts Great American Ball Park tour ticket voucher which includes admission to the Reds Hall of Fame
- Ted Kluszewski collectible Hall of Fame statue
- Meet and Greet with Crosley-era players
- Leo Cardenas to sign autographs from 12 - 2 PM
- Tommy Helms to sign autographs from 11 AM - 1 PM
- Jim O'Toole to sign autographs from 11 AM - 1 PM
- Adult - $30
- Student - $15
A membership to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum not only helps enhance the museum's collection and educational programing, it gives you exclusive benefits.
- Adult - $35
- Student - $20
Crosley Field 1912-1972
For nearly sixty years, the corner of Findlay Street and Western Avenue in Cincinnati's West End neighborhood was the place the Reds called home. Opened in 1912 as Redland Field and renamed Crosley Field when Powel Crosley, Jr. purchased the Reds in 1934, the ballpark was built amidst the era of classic ballpark construction during which venerable ballparks like Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, Wrigley Field in Chicago and Fenway Park in Boston hosted their first games. In 1972, The Reds fabled home was demolished, leaving a legacy as strong as Reds Baseball. Don't miss your opportunity to relive this beautiful piece of Reds history.
To order tickets call the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum Box Office at (513) 765-7923