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Exhibits and Events

15th Annual Live Auction

Exhibits and Events
November 10th
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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It's hammer time! Join Hunt Auctions at Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory for the 15th Annual Live Auction on Saturday, November 10th. Another thrill-filled day of bidding on baseball treasures!

More than 500 lots of fascinating baseball history are up for bid today. Highlights this year include an unprecedented offering of World Series programs and full tickets dating back to 1905, items from the personal collection of Mel Ott, a superb Ted Williams autographed rookie-era glove, and a 1966 Roberto Clemente All-Star bat. 

Bring in your sports memorabilia on Thursday, November 8 or Friday, November 9 between 9am - 4pm for FREE appraisals by Hunt Auctions. 

The auction begins at 10:00 am EST on Saturday, November 10, and is open to the public. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory will still conduct factory tours from 9am - 5pm and is offering a discounted admission of just $5. 

 

What's Happening

Daily
Daily Programming
November 11th 2018
Daily Through December 31st 2018

Daily Programming

In addition to our fascinating bat factory tour, amazing artifacts, and interactive exhibits- don't miss our entertaining daily programming!

Weekly
Santa Swings By!
December 1st 2018
Weekly Through December 22nd 2018

Santa Swings By!

Santa will be bringing his festive cheer to the museum December 1st, 8th, 15th, & 22nd from 1-3 PM. Make sure you get on Santa's 'Nice' list by bringing the entire family down to the museum!

Weekly
Santa Swings By!
December 1st 2018
Weekly Through December 22nd 2018

Santa Swings By!

Santa will be bringing his festive cheer to the museum December 1st, 8th, 15th, & 22nd from 1-3 PM. Make sure you get on Santa's 'Nice' list by bringing the entire family down to the museum!

Explore
the Museum

  • 1.8M
    Bats a Year
    Made right here, right before your eyes.
  • 12K
    Fascinating Factory Tours a Year
    Entertaining stories. Amazing machinery. Come watch the wood chips fly.
  • 134
    Years of Making Bats
    The bats you see made today are swung by baseball’s best tomorrow.
  • 1
    Louisville Slugger
    Museum & Factory
    “One of the greatest sports museums in the world.” — forbes.com