From Union Grounds to Great American Ball Park, each of the Reds' ballparks has been the rally point for Reds fans to come together to immerse themselves in the game, a place where individual passions are shared, a place where the joy of victory and the disappointment of defeat become collective rather than individual expressions.
In the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates Reds ballparks with the new exhibit, "Homes of the Reds." Presented by Dinsmore, the exhibit features rare artifacts from Reds' ballparks including seats, turnstiles, fixtures, rare signage and more. Towering over the exhibit is the museum's newly refurbished replica of the façade of the Palace of the Fans, the iconic ballpark the Reds called home from 1902-1911. Let the Reds Hall of Fame take you out to the ballpark. Don't miss "Homes of the Reds."
Also, don't miss Reds trivia in the Jeff Wyler Family Hall of Fame Theater within Homes of the Reds!