Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame (Salón de la Fama)
At the heart of Monterrey’s Fundidora Park, the expansive Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame (Salón de la Fama del Béisbol Mexicana) pays homage to Mexican baseball stars by way of personal belongings and memorabilia in an imposing terracotta building. Tour the interactive exhibits, test your talents in the batting cages, and enjoy the mezzanine garden.
There’s plenty to keep baseball and non-baseball fans alike entertained at the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame. Learn about the country’s most renowned players—such as Teodoro "Teddy" Higuera and Mercedes Esquer—in the principal exhibits, before admiring the view over the Santa Lucía Riverwalk from the patios, aiming for a home run in the batting cages, and checking out the books on offer in the on-site library.
Most travelers like to combine a visit to the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame with an exploration of the surrounding Fundidora Park.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame is a must-visit for families and baseball buffs in Monterrey.
Shop for official Mexican Baseball League merchandise at the on-site gift store.
Children aged 10 and under enter for free at the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame is both wheelchair and stroller accessible.
How to Get There
Situated on the banks of the Santa Lucía Riverwalk in Fundidora Park, the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame is easily accessible for visitors in Monterrey city center. Puerta 8 is the most convenient access point and most travelers find it easiest to arrive by private vehicle before accessing the park on foot. There’s on-site parking available year-round for a small fee.
When to Get There
The Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame is open from Tuesday to Sunday between the mid-morning and early evening. Arrive early and visit midweek for a quieter experience, as the Hall of Fame gets especially crowded with local visitors on weekends and holidays.
What to Do in Fundidora Park
After visiting the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame, there’s plenty more to do in Monterrey’s Fundidora Park. Learn about the city’s industrial past at the Museo del Acero Horno 3, try your hand at ice skating in the indoor rink, or walk the length of the Santa Lucía Riverwalk. Travelers with kids won’t want to miss the Papalote Children’s Museum (Papalote Museo del Niño) either.
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