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 regrets to inform the passing of beloved Negro League Player, James "Jake" Sanders.

See Letter from Mayor Randall Woodfin to the family of the beloved Mr. Jake Sanders.