North Carolina Baseball Museum, Wilson

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Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Located at Historic Fleming Stadium at 300 Stadium Street in Wilson, N.C. the museum has over 3328 square feet and showcases memorabilia of many aspects from across North Carolina. Memorabilia is from ball players that are native North Carolinians, and the museum is highlighted by showcases for Luke Appling, Rick Ferrell, Jim “Catfish” Hunter, Gaylord Perry, Buck Leonard, Enos Slaughter, and Hoyt Wilheim, the seven Hall of Fame inductees in Cooperstown from North Carolina.
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  • Well, you have to love baseball if you are going to make this trek. The North Carolina Baseball Museum is nestled down the left-field line, inside of Fleming Stadium, home of the Wilson Tobs of the.....  more »
  • We've lived in Eastern NC for 15 years and only recently heard of this place. It was smaller than we thought it would be, but loaded with NC baseball history. The museum is inside the Wilson, NC...  more »
  • Great exhibits and friendly staff. Learned a lot here!
  • Small museum but the operator was very nice and knowledgeable

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