This shrine to St. Louis' storied baseball past is a great pregame diversion..
Right across from Busch Stadium is a neat little museum devoted to the history of baseball in St. Louis. Inside the Cardinals Hall of Fame (in the same building as the International Bowling Museum), you'll find more than 100 years of baseball history.
Among the exhibits: the 1962 Corvette the team gave Mark McGwire after he broke Roger Maris' single-season home-run record;plenty of St. Louis Browns memorabilia; replicas of old Sportsman's Park and Busch Stadium; seats from old Busch Stadium; Cardinals world championship trophies; and all the pictures and mementos you'd expect in a hall of fame.
While here, you can also take a guided tour of Busch Stadium, which allows you to see the Batters Eye Club, the dugout, the press box, the refurbished Cardinals clubhouse, the gift shop and much more.
Born a Cardinal, bore 2 Marniners.
My husband and I both grew up Cardinal fans, and still are. There's no short-stop like Ozzie Smith!
We moved to the Seattle are 13 years with our two small children, which are now Mariner fans. We actually took them to see the recent game the Cardinals played against the Mariners at SAFECO FIELD. What Fun! Cross League competion, is a great idea, at least for us it is.
Thank you so much for this website because now we have another memorable place to visit in St. Louis when we arrive there in just a couple of weeks.
Looks like it will be great fun for all.
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