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Yogi Berra Museum, Little Falls
(4.7/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
Yogi Berra’s values, extraordinary accomplishments and lifelong commitment to the education of young people are the inspiration and foundation of the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center.
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  • On a beautiful weekend afternoon, we travelled up to Montclair University to visit the Yogi Berra Museum. We are not baseball fans, and only found out about this museum through a Groupon. We were defi...  more »
  • This small museum explains the life and career of baseball great Yogi Berra, but even those not interested in the sport will find the details of his life fascinating. He was an exceptional person and ...  more »
  • This is a great homage to one of baseball's iconic players. It only takes about an hour but it is wonderful tribute to an amazing player and man 
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  • The museum is amazing and so are the staff. Upon entering the museum we were greeted by a wonderful man, Bill Cognan who has been volunteering at the museum since 1999. He was knowledgeable but most importantly, personable. He made our visit extremely satisfying. The topper of the the visit was the unexpected invite we received from another gentlemen who I assume was the Manger named Dave. He invited my kids and girlfriend to participate in a special presentation with Jim Abbott and Curtis Pride who spoke about overcoming obstacles. We all felt so grateful to hear their stories, it was truly inspirational. Thank you Yogi Berra museum, we won't ever forget our incredible experience.
  • Wonderful experience. The volunteers could not be kinder and more passionate about the game. The premises are clean and orderly and there's some very interesting memorabilia there for people to see.
  • It's a fun but small museum. Think of it as a mini Cooperstown museum for Yogi and the Yankees.
  • Haven't been there yet myself, but hope to some day. Writing this the day after Yogi's passing. There is no way a life like his gets any less than 5 stars! If I could give him a million of 'em, I would. Yogi Berra's enduring legacy ain't over 'til...well...ever. RIP, Yogi. Thank you. For everything.
  • This is a nice little museum. Major League Baseball is now an over dramatic snoozefest played by overpaid babies. I loath baseball, but love Yogi. The man was a national treasure and deserves to be honored for his military service and civil rights and educational activism.