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Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum, Cincinnati

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  • My 12 yr old grandson and myself went here on an away game day. Not crowded at all, which was a plus for spending extra time at displays. All of the staff we encountered were so courteous and informat...  more »
  • soo much to see- so much to do! we can actually throw balls and see how fast your throwing them! the bobble heads were pretty cool to see- i wish i could go back because there were so many! 
  • I'm not a Museum and not a fan of the reds, but I went to my husband. We walked through it in 30 minutes. It was $10 per person and they gave us a ring at the end. It's okay but I don't think it was worth the money.
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  • My grandson and I visited the "Hall" this past Friday. We had never been and I can honestly say that at 67, I sincerely felt 40 years younger when I left. I relived all the wonderful Red's times in our baseball history and could remember where I was, who I was with, and how I felt when these things were happening! My grandson is too young to truly appreciate the history, but enjoyed it just as much in his own way, plus loved the interactive displays. We soon appreciated what Johnny Bench deal with all those years while putting our head in the catchers mask. He belongs to the "Redheads" so we only were entitled to one 1976 World Series replica ring and believe me, we are going to share custody of this treasure. Plus everyone there was so pleasant, polite and informative. I had goosebumps most of my visit and as corny as it may sound I felt the utmost respect and awe in this wonderful place. Thank you so very much for so successful maintaining, staffing, and keeping the information so very interesting. Wow what an experience for us! Again thank you!!!!
  • It was preety nice looking but not much help around
  • Great museum about the reds reasonable for the price. Cost us $10 for an adult ticket.
  • I can't imagine a team hall of fame being any better than the Reds' hall. There's so much to see and everything has been done with class. I have been there many times and have been a hall of fame member for several years. If you are truly a Reds fan, this is a must.
  • Really good time for adults and kids. Went with a school field trip. Can't wait to go back with just the family.