As we resume operations after being closed due to COVID, our hours have changed. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter at @ncbaseballmuseu.
Located at Historic Fleming Stadium at 300 Stadium Street in Wilson, N.C. the museum has over 3328 square feet and showcases memorabilia of many aspects from across North Carolina. Memorabilia is from ball players that are native North Carolinians, and the museum is highlighted by showcases for Luke Appling, Rick Ferrell, Jim “Catfish” Hunter, Gaylord Perry, Buck Leonard, Enos Slaughter, and Hoyt Wilheim, the seven Hall of Fame inductees in Cooperstown from North Carolina. Players that have played at Fleming Stadium such as Rod Carew, Richie Ashburn, Robin Roberts and Ted Williams are also highlighted, along with such notables as Trot Nixon, Josh Hamilton, Freddie Bynum and Landon Powell. T/he museum features a “Walk of Fame”, a collection of bricks to show memory, honor and recognition to players, fans and their families. The museum is open year round and is run by volunteers. For more information call (252) 296-3048. Directions: Exit 121, I-95, take 264 Hwy East. Go 6 miles, turn right on Ward Boulevard. Go to second light, turn left, take the third right onto Stadium Street. The museum is located inside Fleming Stadium.