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The Clemente Museum, Pittsburgh

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
The Clemente Museum is dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of "The Great One", Roberto Clemente. The museum is located in a restored historical firehouse, Engine House 25.

Engine House 25 is also home to Rieder Photography and EngineHouse 25 Wines.
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  • Beautiful, educational, excellent tour! If you are a baseball fan, this is a Must while at Pittsburgh. This is a guided tour only museum, and therefore, it is only available through a reservation. We ...  read more »
  • My wife and I are baseball fans. We read in the paper that the Clemente Museum would be open on Mother's Day and Moms would be admitted free. We drove to Pittsburgh and arrived at the Museum to find s...  read more »
  • Roberto Clemente Museum is dedicated to the famous and unique baseball player, the private museum, so while visiting need to discuss in advance. The Museum is housed in an old renovated fire station city and currently gathers fans of baseball and Roberto Clemente, as bright as athlete and participant in charitable activities, while helping the people of Nicaragua. The Museum many photos, family pictures and exhibits, stands, baseball items, sportswear and items for the games. A very interesting Museum.
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  • I went this summer, and I can honestly say that visiting the Clemente Museum was the highlight to my Pittsburgh vacation. I have gone the NFL, MLB, and NBA Hall of Fames, and this museum and its story kicks their butts. As a sports card collector, seeing all of the Roberto Clemente original cards in highly graded condition was definitely one of the highlights of the museum. The Clemente Museum is a must see for any baseball fan: sports fan for that matter.
  • Really cool event space! Felt like I could wander around and just explore. Got a little confused by what was memorabilia and what was just some liquor sitting on a shelf, but I'm not complaining.
  • The staff has amazing stories and knowledge of the showcase. On display are various art pieces, pictures, trophies, bats, uniforms, framed memos, contracts (and rejection letters), and much much more. I highly recommend spending a couple hours here.
  • A must see for anyone interested in the life and career of The Great One. Intimate and informative.
  • Was there for a fund raising event. This place is incredible!!!!
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