Experience NSLM



“I brought my sons (7, 9 & 20) to see the new museum. The little guys were thinking a ‘museum’ would be boring, but they quickly changed their minds. Very well set up and informative.” – Rick Foster


“My children and I enjoyed ourselves. We learned a lot about the impact of Birmingham and its influence on the history of baseball.” – Toyal Cunningham McLain


“I am amazed at the collection of memorabilia the Negro Southern League Museum possesses. As a board member of the Jackie Robinson Foundation, I am proud to see our great city of Birmingham have such a jewel of a museum.” – Mauri Robinson


“Highly recommended! Definitely a place to visit for some good history!” – Will Clark


“Visiting the Museum for the Grand Opening event was truly awe-inspiring. Being in the presence of some of the League’s legendary players, along with viewing the meticulously sourced memorabilia from their era, gave a me a great sense of pride that Birmingham would build such a historic museum.” – Claire Sands

The Negro Southern League Museum will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, 2024, in observance of Independence Day.

We will reopen Friday, July 5th, 2024 at 10:00 AM and remain open until 4:00 PM. 

Thank you

Negro Southern League Museum