Special Update
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information and Resources Read More
Jackie Robinson Museum
< Back To Previous
  • One Hudson Square, 75 Varick St.
  • Manhattan, NY 10013
  (866) 454-3772

  • One Hudson Square, 75 Varick St.
  • Manhattan, NY 10013
  (866) 454-3772

The Jackie Robinson Museum is a museum and educational center in Manhattan that honors the legacy of Jackie Robinson. The museum is the City's first to primarily focus on the Civil Rights movement. The museum's collection includes more than four thousand artifacts, some from the Robinson family's own collection, highlighted by Robinson’s original National Baseball Hall of Fame plaque. The museum, which also showcases Robinson's civil rights work, is operated by the Jackie Robinson Foundation. Timed-entry tickets only.

General
  • Days Closed:
    • Mon
    • Tue
    • Wed
  • Kid Friendly:
  • Senior Citizen Discounts:
Museums
  • Pay What you Wish: $18 entry fee
  • Suggested Admission: Cost of Admission: $18 Adults $15 Children, 5 and up $15 Seniors $15 Students Discounts for groups of 25 or more
Facility Info
  • Mtg. Venue: Largest Exhibit Hall - Sq ft 0
  • # of Private Rooms 0

Advertisement
Advertisement