The Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame brings a special element to Tropicana Field. Fans can view an array of different artifacts and pictures of the "greatest hitter that ever lived." These memorable displays range from Ted Williams' days in the military through his professional playing career. This museum is dedicated to some of the greatest players to ever "lace 'em up," including Willie Mays, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Sadaharu Oh.
The museum also is home to various traveling exhibits throughout the year. The Rays invite all fans to enjoy this unique experience in sharing a rare glimpse into extraordinary hitters' lives.
The museum is located just past the rotunda in Center Field Street and admission to the museum is free to fans attending Rays home games. The Ted Williams Museum is open through the 6th inning of every home game. This year, the Ted Williams Museum will be highlighting 20 years of Rays Baseball. This area will be located at street level next to the Team Store.