Museum
The Hall of Fame Museum opened on May 24, 1997 and is dedicated to the history, preservation and recognition of amateur, semi-pro and professional baseball as it was played in years past on the Del-Mar-Va peninsula.
 
Exhibits range from hundreds of photographs, uniforms, bats, balls, gloves, letters, programs, tickets, trophies, and other baseball memorabilia. Special displays make your visit more memorable.
 
Also featured in the museum area is the Jimmie Foxx Home Run Club. This provides you with the opportunity to honor a special person or to remember a loved one. For $100.00, a bronze engraved plaque will be placed forever on this wall "in honor of" or "in memory of" that special person.
 
Daily Times article from October 1, 2013:
 
 
 
Here is a nice testimonial from the Washington Post....
 
 
Here are some more testimonials....
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hours:
 
The museum is open Mondays 9 am to 4 pm during the Shorebirds season. It is also open for every Delmarva Shorebirds home game (doors open one hour prior to game time). During the off-season, the museum is open for tours by appointment only. Phone Number: 410-546-4444 (Leave message) Email Address: info@esbhalloffame.org Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2071 Salisbury, MD 21802
 
 
Getting Here:
 
Highways: U.S Route 50 and U.S. 13 converge in Salisbury, connecting with state and county roads through Chesapeake Country. You may come to the Eastern Shore from many directions: over the Delmarva and Chesapeake Canal south of Wilmington, DE; across the Cape May-Lewes Ferry from New Jersey; over the Bay Bridge out of Annapolis; over the Bay Bridge Tunnel from Norfolk, VA.
Wicomico County is conveniently located less than 2.5 hours from Baltimore, Washington, or Philadelphia and only 4.5 hours from New York City.
 
Airlines: Maryland's second largest airport is located in Salisbury. Daily connections are made from Salisbury with flights to and from Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia via Piedmont Airlines, US Airways Express.
 
Bus Service: Trailways has daily service into Salisbury.