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The Tampa Baseball Museum at the Al Lopez House in the heart of Ybor City, provides an intimate and private space for up to 40 guests. Sports fans and history buffs will appreciate a private tour of the exhibits, which tell the story of Tampa’s baseball history and culture, from Little League to Major League. The Museum, located in the 1905-era childhood home of Al Lopez, Tampa’s first Major League player, manager, celebrates more than 130 years of Tampa’s baseball heritage. Artifacts on display represent more than 80 MLB players from Tampa, the early leagues, professional teams, and the organization’s that help spawn an unusually large number of professional players from this area. Lopez’s 1905-era home representative of the traditional “casitas” that housed cigar workers in Ybor City’s early days. It has been completely rehabilitated for use as a museum.
The Tampa Baseball Museum at the Al Lopez House in the heart of Ybor City, provides an intimate and private space for up to 40 guests. Sports fans and history buffs will appreciate a private tour of the exhibits, which tell the story of Tampa’s baseball history and culture, from Little League to Major League. The Museum, located in the 1905-era childhood home of Al Lopez, Tampa’s first Major League player, manager, celebrates more than 130 years of Tampa’s baseball heritage. Artifacts on display represent more than 80 MLB players from Tampa, the early leagues, professional teams, and the organization’s that help spawn an unusually large number of professional players from this area. Lopez’s 1905-era home representative of the traditional “casitas” that housed cigar workers in Ybor City’s early days. It has been completely rehabilitated for use as a museum.

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  • Total Square Footage: 1200
  • Total Capacity (Reception): 40
  • Largest Reception Capacity: 40
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