Exhibits

Museum Hallway with Timeline
“We have deep depth.”
— Yogi Berra

Our permanent and rotating exhibitions tell the unique story of Yogi Berra, while exploring history, culture, science and society within the larger context of baseball and sports.

Current Exhibitions

Entrance to Museum Permanent Collection
The Yogi Berra Museum CollectionOngoing

The Museum is home to a permanent collection of photographs and artifacts that document the inspirational life of the winningest player in baseball history.

Poster for the Discovering Greatness exhibition
Discover Greatness: An Illustrated History of Negro Leagues BaseballAvailable Virtually

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues. In honor of this milestone, DISCOVER GREATNESS showcases 90 photographs and Negro Leagues artifacts illustrating the rich history of Black baseball from the late 1800s–1960s.

Bob Feller "Act of Valor" DisplayUpcoming

Before Yogi wore Yankee pinstripes, he donned a US Navy uniform and served his country during World War II. Fellow Hall of Famer Bob Feller was the first American professional athlete to enlist, signing up just days after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Explore the stories of all 37 Hall of Fame inductees who served our military during World War II, and be inspired by their legacies of citizenship, sacrifice and service.

PITCH: The Indoor Interactive Baseball ExperienceOngoing

Step up and test your stuff! Our interactive pitching experience lets visitors of all ages face off against an animated batter, tracking the speed and accuracy of every throw.

Wall of Andy Jurinko's 76 oil paintings, portraits of players that defined Yogi’s era
New York City’s Golden Boys: 76 Baseball Portraits, 1946-1960 by Andy JurinkoOngoing

76 oil paintings by renowned baseball artist Andy Jurinko vividly document the players that defined Yogi’s era, when New York dominated the baseball world.

Boy holding a catcher's mitt from the Mitt Mobile
The Mitt MobileOngoing

16 vintage catcher’s mitts tell the story of how Yogi’s position— and the game itself—evolved over decades of play.