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Kings of the Queen City / Hometown Reds

Stars of the Queen City

Hometown Reds

Celebrate Reds All-Star history with the new exhibit, Stars of the Queen City. Located on the museum's upper floor, the exhibit features period artifacts representing each of the 100 different players in Reds history that have been selected to represent Cincinnati at the MLB All-Star Game. From Bucky Walters and Pete Rose to Frank Robinson and Devin Mesoraco, the artifacts date back to the first Midsummer Classic in 1933. The exhibit also includes interviews from current and former Reds All-Stars and video highlights of this select group. Also on display are items associated with the four All-Star Games played in Cincinnati from 1938, 1953, 1970 and 1990.


Tony Perez

Hometown Reds

The Tony Perez exhibit gives fans an up close and personal look at the playing career of the "Mayor of Riverfront." Complete with numerous artifacts from Perez' playing days, fans will get to see items used by the "Big Doggie" himself during his 23-year Hall of Fame career. Playing in parts of three decades, Perez was not only a fan favorite; he was an integral part of the success of the Big Red Machine. Fans can see items from all parts of his playing career as well as a video tribute to the Cuban-born first baseman. A visual timeline represents significant events in the life of Perez, from his birth to the present day. Fans will want to be at Great American Ball Park on August 22 for the dedication of a Tony Perez statue on Crosley Terrace.


Kings of the Queen City
presented by Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Kings of the Queen City, presented by Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum showcases 145 years of Reds baseball history in the new exhibition Kings of the Queen City.

Features a dynamic graphic timeline that emphasizes the greatest moments and biggest names in Reds history and a wide range of artifacts that represent Reds history from the early days of the team in the late 19th century to present day.

An interactive touch-screen monitor includes audio clips from many notable Reds personalities featured in the exhibit, and the exhibit's companion film features rare images, audio and video from many of the unforgettable moments in the history of baseball's oldest professional team.



    Exhibit highlights include:
  • Final-out baseballs from the Reds first and most recent World Series championships
  • The first public display of Chris Sabo's 1988 Rookie of the Year plaque
  • Joey Votto's 2010 National League Most Valuable Player Award plaque
  • Game used equipment from the 1930s to the present day

At the Hall

  • Purchase Tickets

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  • Directions & Parking

    Wherever you're coming from, we're easy to find with many parking options.

  • Ballpark Tours

    Go behind-the-scenes at Great American Ball Park on a 90-minute guided tour.