Celebrating our Veterans
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates Hall of Famers’ service to their country year-round in the iconic Plaque Gallery. Nov. 7, the Hall of Fame will partner with the New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs to offer all military veterans free admission to the home of baseball in Cooperstown. In honor of Veterans Day, all Veterans will be admitted to the Museum free of charge with proof of Veteran status.
The New York State Division of Veterans Affairs will have staff available at the Hall of Fame all day to inform Veterans and their families about the federal and state benefits that they have earned, and to help them file claims and appeals for those benefits.
The Hall of Fame will offer special Museum programs including:
10:30 a.m. – Plaques of the Gallery Tour
Aimed at visitors of all ages, this program educates visitors about the history of the Hall of Fame gallery and the process by which each plaque is made and installed in this 20-minute guided tour.
11:30 a.m. – Curator Spotlight: Moe Berg Exhibit
Visitors will have the opportunity to go on a special guided tour of the Museum’s newest exhibit, Moe Berg: Big League Spy, led by a Hall of Fame Curator. This tour provides visitors the unique opportunity to learn about the creation process behind the Hall of Fame exhibits.
1:30 p.m. – Artifact Spotlight: Military Artifacts
Hall of Fame staff members share the stories of some of the Museum’s artifacts not currently on exhibit. This presentation will highlight items related to baseball and the military.