The MLB ‘Hall of Fame’ Tour Set to Visit the Mall of America


MLB Hall of Fame Tour - MOA - Minnesota

Are you a baseball nut like me? Well, I have just the event just for you.

From September 16 to September 29, the Hall of Fame Tour will be at the Mall Of America. This tour combines artifacts from the Baseball Hall of Fame that is located in Cooperstown and cutting edge technology that will bring fans close to the game.

There are several exhibits that feature various interactive activities, covering many aspects of the game. You can learn about inspirational stories from the game’s greats in the “Our Stories” exhibit, test your baseball knowledge in the “Our Traditions” exhibit and experience and unique presentation of sights, sounds and artifacts from the game’s biggest moments in the “Our Memories” exhibit.

Also, every plaque of every Hall of Famer that was inducted into Cooperstown will be on display. And, if you really want to go high tech, put on a virtual reality headset in the tour’s Jaunt VR Lounge and experience being on the field or in the dugout with some of today’s greats.

The price for all this is $26 for adults, $22 for seniors, $17 for students 11 years old and up and $10 for children ages 4-10. If you want more info or to purchase tickets, follow this link.

This sounds like a really fun event and one that all baseball fans should attend.


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Troy has never seen a baseball game, but he’s a baseball fan. The fact he’s blind and hears with a cochlear implant hasn’t stopped him from following his favorite team, the Minnesota Twins. Not only that, but he’s a walking encyclopedia of baseball history. He can tell you who won every World Series since 1920. A life long resident of Burnsville, he holds a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication from Minnesota State University, Mankato. He is following his passion in radio broadcasting by hosting a weekly Minnesota Twins Podcast called Troy’s Twins Chat. Although baseball is Troy’s biggest passion, he will also write about the many other topics that interest him.

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