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Exhibits and Events

Collection Curveballs

Exhibits and Events
Starts: May 11th, 2022
Daily until October 30th
  • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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The latest pitch from Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is Collection Curveballs, a round-up of surprising curiosities and classics from the attraction’s impressive archives. With a rich company history dating back to 1884 that spans a variety of sports, pop culture, and artistic treasures, the show includes unforgettable and unexpected items, some never shown publicly before now.

“Collection Curveballs has something fun for everyone, from sports fans to pop culture mavens, to lovers of fine art, music, and history,” said Bailey Mazik, Curatorial Director. “Over the years we’ve looked for ways to broaden the experience of baseball for our guests and a lot of those efforts are showcased in Collection Curveballs. Given the span of time and topics, the exhibit is a wonderful chance for generations to connect and make memories together.”

Collection Curveballs will be on display through the end of October and is included with regular admission.

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Daily
Museum Programming
May 20th 2022
Daily Through December 31st 2023

Museum Programming

Enrich your museum visit by enjoying our Programming offerings! All programs are free for factory ticket holders.

Daily
Collection Curveballs
May 11th 2022
Daily Through October 30th 2022

Collection Curveballs

Enjoy these surprising selections from our secret stash – many on public display for the first time.

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