The Los Angeles Dodgers announced they are staging a pop-up museum at Dodger Stadium that will be open to the public beginning Friday, Dec. 2. The exhibit will feature pieces from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Dodgers’ archives and items on loan from former players.
In addition, Gary Cypress is loaning several items for the pop-up museum from his personal sports memorabilia collection. It features Jackie Robinson, Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Johnny Podres and Ebbets Field artifacts.
Dodgers’ historical collections will be on display, such as a baseball signed by the 1953 National League All-Star team, Shawn Green’s broken bat and Mike Piazza’s catcher’s equipment.
Items on loan by former Dodgers include Fernando Valenzuela’s 1981 National League Cy Young Award. The exhibit will also feature Vin Scully items, jerseys, game-used bats and a display honoring Corey Seager (2016 NL Rookie of the Year), Dave Roberts (2016 NL Manager of the Year) and Clayton Kershaw (2014 MVP and Cy Young Award winner).
Admission to the pop-up museum at Dodger Stadium is $10. Fans are encouraged to purchase in advance by visiting here. Admission tickets may also be purchase direct at Dodger Stadium.
Fans joining a Stadium Tour on open exhibit dates will have the opportunity to visit the museum. Pricing for a Dodger Stadium tour and access to the exhibit is as follows: adult ticket $23, child/senior/military with valid I.D. $18, clubhouse tour $53 and group ticket prices offer a $3 add-on for exhibit access.
The Dodgers’ pop-up museum will remain open on select dates (closed weekdays) throughout the offseason and into Spring Training.
Complete schedule and hours: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Dec. 2-4, Dec. 9-11, Dec. 16-18, Dec. 23 and 24, Dec. 26–31, Jan. 2, Jan. 6-8, Jan. 13-16, Jan. 20-22, Jan. 27-29, Feb. 3-5, Feb. 10-12, Feb. 17-20, Feb. 24-26 and March 3-5.