Popup museum open at Dodger Stadium

November 21st, 2017
The museum, celebrating "60 Years in L.A.," will be open on selected dates through March 4.

LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers opened a temporary popup museum at Dodger Stadium on Friday celebrating their "60 Years in L.A.," with memorabilia on loan from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, as well as private collections of Gary Cypres, Richard Levy and the O'Malley family.

The museum experience, presented by Mastercard, is housed on the left-field reserve level of the ballpark and will run through March 4 on selected dates. Tickets are $10 and are available at Dodgers.com/Museum and in person at the museum doors.

The temporary museum features the 2017 National League championship trophy and a World Series ring from each of the five championships won in Los Angeles, on loan from the O'Malley family.

Displays on loan from Cypres feature Fernando Valenzuela, Don Drysdale, Dodgers Rookies of the Year and 2018 Hall of Fame candidate Steve Garvey.

A Sandy Koufax display, on loan from Levy, includes tickets and lineup cards from Koufax's no-hitters and his glove from the 1963 season. Among the artifacts from the Dodgers' 2017 collection are mementos from NL Rookie of the Year 's historic season, including jerseys worn when he hit for the cycle July 15 at Miami and when he hit his record-setting 39th home run.

The museum is accompanied by a speaker series, with more information to be announced at a later date.

The Dodgers' popup museum will be open to the public on select dates this offseason from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.: this Friday-Sunday, Dec. 1 and 3, Dec. 8-10, Dec. 15-17, Dec. 22-24, Dec. 26-31, Jan. 2-7, Jan. 12-15, Jan. 19-21, Jan. 26 and 28, Feb. 2-4, Feb. 9-11, Feb. 16-19, Feb. 23-25 and March 2-4.

Fans joining a stadium tour on open exhibit dates will have the opportunity to visit the museum for a $3 add-on to their tour at Dodgers.com/Tours.