Wichita Baseball Museum
Wichita’s newest museum – the Wichita Baseball Museum – opened its doors July 15. The museum is on the ground level of the administration building near the River Plaza entrance to Riverfront Stadium in downtown Wichita. It is free and open to the public 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday unless a private event is taking place. Call (316) 221-8000 in advance of your museum visit to confirm the facility is open. Museum admission is free. The museum features trivia and historical artifacts showcasing Wichita’s baseball history, including Wichita’s all-black baseball team the Monrovians, the National Baseball Congress (NBC), along with preserved components of the former Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, which operated from 1934-2018 on the same land where Riverfront Stadium now stands.