The Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame Museum is located on the second floor of the St. Cloud River's Edge Convention Center on the banks of the Mississippi River.  

The Museum is open during the week from 9-5. But because the office is not open on weekends even though the Convention Center could be open.


The museum houses many artifacts from Minnesota's grand history of amateur, town-team baseball, as well as celebrating other levels of the game in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, including: minor leagues, college, high school, American Legion and VFW, as well as honoring Minnesota born players to reach the Major Leagues. Items such as uniforms, caps, photos, bats, balls, gloves and programs are all on display.

For every item you will see encased at the museum, there are hundred's, even thousand's of similar items from different parts of the State awaiting their turn to be on display. The Hall's archive room has many items that have not been made visible to the public, yet.

We are currently creating a database of all of these items and hope to have them available to view on this website in the near future. It will take some time, but be patient and keep checking back with us.