Dodgers Pop-Up Museum At Dodger Stadium Celebrates Jackie Robinson, Inaugural Class of “Legends Of Dodger Baseball”
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The Los Angeles Dodgers announced plans to host a pop-up museum at Dodger Stadium, which opens Saturday, Nov. 24, on the Reserve level in left field. Tickets for the museum, which will run through February 2019, are available now at

The third-annual pop-up is a unique exhibit that celebrates Jackie Robinson ahead of his upcoming 100th birthday, plus Don Newcombe, Steve Garvey and Fernando Valenzuela as the inaugural class of “Legends of Dodger Baseball.

They are the first group of the franchise’s legendary players who will be recognized for their impact both on and off the field.

The museum will feature pieces from Gary Cypres’ world-renowned sports memorabilia collection as well as items on loan from the players’ personal archives. Highlights include a Robinson game-worn jersey and cap, Valenzuela’s game-used jersey and warm-up jacket, Newcombe’s 1956 Cy Young Award and Garvey’s 1974 MVP Award.

The exhibit will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with additional holiday openings daily from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6, 2019, excluding Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

The Museum will also be open to fans on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 21) and President’s Day (Feb. 18). Admission is $15, and tickets can be purchased in person at the museum doors or in advance.

A visit to the pop-up museum will also be included with all Dodger Stadium Tours on exhibit dates. More information on Dodger Stadium tours can be found at

Fans are encouraged to allow approximately 45 minutes to enjoy the entire museum and to sync up their visits to coincide with interactive talks about the museum’s memorabilia with Dodger Stadium tour guides, which take place at the bottom of every hour starting at 11:30 a.m.