Few franchises have the acclaim and heritage of the St. Louis Cardinals, and that history lives here, in the new Cardinals Museum. Featuring stadiums, players and championship moments, the Cardinals Museum boasts one of the largest team-specific collections of artifacts and memorabilia in the world. The Museum's seven galleries take you on a chronological journey through the rich history of the Cardinals, allowing you to learn about the birth of the franchise, relive special memories and interact with great exhibits.
All this and much more! Visit the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum to experience the excitement and tradition of Cardinals baseball.
Join us for special Artifact Spotlights before Friday home games in the Museum
At 3:30, 4:15 and 5 p.m. in the Sportsman's Park Theater
Aug. 14: Red Schoendienst's game-used bat, trophy ball from Red's 1,000th managerial win and George Kissell's game-worn "Victory Blue" road jersey
Sept. 4: Orlando Cepeda's 1967 National League MVP Award, 1967 world championship black bat, 1967 Lou Brock's game-worn jacket
Sept. 25: Bob Gibson's game-used helmet liner and batting helmet, Chris Carpenter's game-used batting helmet
These programs are free with paid admission.
The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame presented by Edward Jones was created to honor the players and personalities who have had the greatest impact on the franchise, and gives fans a new way to connect and learn about our team's great heritage. New inductees will be voted on annually, and interactive kiosks help you learn more about these Cardinals greats with photos, video and statistics. Located just outside the new Cardinals Museum, the Cardinals Hall of Fame is accessible to fans at no cost when Cardinals Nation is open.
A special gallery will be devoted to themed exhibitions rotating year-to-year that highlight special anniversaries, exclusive stories and unique items in the team's collection.
Become a member of the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum for unlimited access, insight and members-only benefits!
10 am - 6 pm
*Museum remains open through 7th inning on home game nights.
**Hours subject to change for Private Events without notice.
Children 3 and under receive
Discounted group rates are available for groups of 20 or more.
Admission is FREE with AT&T Rooftop tickets.