The renovations will impact all 16,000 square feet of the largest team Hall of Fame in baseball and will incorporate more technology and historical artifacts into a new design that will better tell the rich and storied history of the Reds.
The museum will reopen in March with a ribbon-cutting ceremony prior to 2019 Reds Opening Day.
“Our design team has been tasked to create an innovative museum experience like no other,” said Rick Walls, Reds Hall of Fame & Museum executive director. “As much as fans have enjoyed our museum since we opened in 2004, I know they will love the ‘new’ museum even more as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of professional baseball in 2019.”
During the renovations, the museum will continue to offer offseason tours of Great American Ball Park along with educational programming and outreach events.
To be part of the 150th Anniversary Legacy Campaign, visit redsmuseum.org/legacy.