Featured image: park in the 18th and Vine area.
I had a change of hotel due to my kayak on the car and had to move outside of downtown. No big deal. Highlight of Kansas City for me was 18th and Vine and the museum. I love the history of this area.
Just great memorabilia.
9 thoughts on “Negro Leagues Baseball Museum-KC, MO”
Sorry to hear the hotel wouldn’t accept your kayak! Will be recommending this museum to all!
Nice looks like a great educational trip
Been to that museum. It’s awesome. Hope you also went to the jazz museum that occupies the other half of the building. Travel on Tres!
That is awesome.
Great photos from the museum! I didn’t know that the players couldn’t speak to the fans!
I am confused. Do you always have a car. Like the sign. It allowed to talk to soectarors
wow! great pics. sad reminder, not that long ago…
So cool, I want to visit, great post Tres 👍
Very cool. Having lived in KC as a child and having seen the Kansas City Athletics with Mr. G as a kid, did NOT know that Satchel Paige had played for the KC Monarchs. Shame on me. As others have noted, not that long ago and still so far to go. Great pictures. Did you buy a hat or a jersey?