Located in an interesting and historic part of KC and coexists next to the Jazz museum. While the museum itself is not large, the exhibits are excellent and provides a great overview of the Negro Leagues and the eventual integration with MLB. I had a great time learning about all the different teams and amazing ballplayers who toiled in relative obscurity to the major league players. It left me wondering how history would have been different had Tris Speaker and his ilk not been such influential, and racist obstructionists in the 1890's. If you have even the slightest interest in baseball history, this is a must-see.
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