Southwestern Ontario is a hotbed for baseball heritage

With a rich history spread throughout the region, the Southwestern Ontario Baseball Heritage Pass is a unique opportunity to access and explore some of the baseball heritage attractions across the region with one ticket.


Southwestern Ontario Baseball Heritage Pass

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    Beachville baseball diamond

    Beachville District Museum

  • Located in the small village of Beachville, Ontario, just outside of Woodstock, Beachville District Museum (BDM) commemorates the site of one of the first ever recorded baseball games in North America, back on June 4th, 1838. Much has changed in baseball since then so don't miss your chance to get transported back in time and learn about how the game we know and love today was started.

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    Beachville baseball diamond

    Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

  • Originally housed in Toronto, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum moved to its new home in St. Marys, ON in 1998. Canada has had such a tremendous impact on the sport of baseball, and the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a place to help highlight and recognize these outstanding Canadian contributions.

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    Beachville baseball diamond

    Labatt Memorial Park

  • With a history dating back to 1877, Labatt Memorial Park is the world's oldest continually operating baseball grounds. Located in London, Ontario, the park is a gem in the heart of Downtown London and continues to be enjoyed by countless baseball loving Londoners every summer. Don't miss your chance to tour this beautiful venue, play catch on this historic field and step foot inside the original Roy MacKay Clubhouse to view some baseball artifacts dating back to the early 1900s while learning about some of the legendary players that have come through the facility including Ty Cobb, Satchel Paige, Fergie Jenkins and many more. Learn about the flood of 1883, the history and impact of the London Majors, and much more.

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Southwestern Ontario Baseball Heritage Pass

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Please note that the date/time that you booked is ONLY for the tour of Labatt Park. Visits to the two other locations (Beachville District Museum & The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame) can take place at any time during their regular business hours.
For any further questions regarding the pass or any of the attractions, please contact us

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  • Beachville District Museum

    Hours of Operation

    Wednesday - Saturday: 10:00 - 4:00pm
    Sunday: 12:00 - 4:00pm

  • Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

    Hours of Operation

    Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm until August 31.
    Check website for reduced hours in the fall.


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