Real Deal at the Reds Hall of Fame
Members of ULI Cincinnati will be able to tour and hear about the comprehensive renovations to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum on March 25, the week of Opening Day and the celebration of MLB’s 150th Anniversary. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place surrounding Opening Day celebrations.
As the first pitch was thrown for the 1869 Red Stockings, professional baseball was off and running in Cincinnati. As part of the Reds’ season-long celebration of the 150th anniversary of this landmark year, its Hall of Fame and Museum is undergoing a comprehensive redesign to improve the overall fan experience. Please join Reds President and COO Phil Castellini and Reds Hall of Fame Executive Director Rick Walls for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the museum and discussion about this legacy project that will take center-stage when it opens to the public at the beginning of the baseball season.
Opened in 2004 as the connector between the past and the present, the museum is the largest and most active team Hall of Fame in major league baseball. Literally at front door to the ballpark, its 16,000 square feet of exhibit space are in the process of being entirely redesigned in order to showcase and store thousands of new artifacts, improve the visitor flow, infuse the latest in technology, and improve overall storytelling capability. As the Red Stockings were the first and the best, the museum was already the best and just got better.
3:45 PM – Check-In and Networking
4:00 PM – Tour of the Hall of Fame
4:30 PM – Presentation by Phil Castellini, Chief Operating Officer, Cincinnati Reds
5:00 PM – Happy Hour at Moerlein Lager House
6:00 PM – Conclusion
$40 for Members / $60 for Non-Members
This event has a strict capacity of 50 participants so register early.
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