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Wichita Baseball Museum opens its doors

The museum features trivia and historical artifacts showcasing Wichita’s rich baseball history.

This post originally appeared on KAKE.

The Wichita Baseball Museum, which is located inside Riverfront Stadium, opened its doors on Friday, July 15.

The museum will feature trivia and historical artifacts showcasing Wichita’s baseball history, including Wichita’s all-black baseball team the Monrovians, the National Baseball Congress (NBC), along with preserved components of Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.

“We are excited to share local baseball history with the entire community,” said Jane Schwechheimer, General Partner of the Wichita Wind Surge and President of the Schwechheimer Family Foundation. “One of Lou’s greatest wishes was to provide inspiration for children through baseball. The Wichita Baseball Museum will be a destination for gathering, learning and fun. Our extended Wind Surge family continues to be committed to Lou’s vision and to Wichita.”

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