Visit the only Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the province. The museum is located in the Town of Battleford, home of the very first recorded baseball game in the history of the old Northwest Territories, which was played on May 31, 1879. The Museum contains the history of our baseball heritage and honours those that contributed to this history.
This Museum displays over 3000 artifacts and memorabilia including signed baseballs, gloves, caps, bats, trophies, photographs, uniforms, crests, jackets, newspaper articles, and more.
One of the many interesting displays is the scorebook from the longest baseball game in Saskatchewan, dating back to July 1919. this game was between Birch Hills and Melfort. With a score of 1-1, and after 22 innings, the game had to be called because of darkness.
The Museum is open year round from 9:00am- 4:00pm and is closed weekends and holidays. Tours are available anytime if pre-arranged.
292- 22nd Street
Open year round 9:00am- 4:00pm, closed weekends and holidays with tours available anytime