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Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Little Falls

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Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center reviews

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52 reviews
Google
4.7
TripAdvisor
  • Nice musuem. Great displays, good artifacts, quick summary of Yogi's life, career highlights, and successes. It hasn't all been uphill, but he certainly made lemonade from lemons. A must for any... 
    Nice musuem. Great displays, good artifacts, quick summary of Yogi's life, career highlights, and successes. It hasn't all been uphill, but he certainly made lemonade from lemons. A must for any...  more »
  • We really enjoyed our visit to the Yogi Berra museum! The volunteers are so nice and so knowledgeable! There is a lot of memorabilia to see, along with an excellent film narrated by Tom Brokaw... 
    We really enjoyed our visit to the Yogi Berra museum! The volunteers are so nice and so knowledgeable! There is a lot of memorabilia to see, along with an excellent film narrated by Tom Brokaw...  more »
  • Though we live near by, we didn't visit the Yogi Berra museum until friends wanted to go. So glad we did! You don't have to be a Yankees fan to appreciate the life and career of this famous Yankees.....  more
    Though we live near by, we didn't visit the Yogi Berra museum until friends wanted to go. So glad we did! You don't have to be a Yankees fan to appreciate the life and career of this famous Yankees.....  more »
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  • Took my class to the Yogi Berra Museum for a STEM field trip. I was very impressed with the young staff and how engaging, enthusiastic and fanatical they were about Yogi. The staff interacted well with my class and clearly are experienced working with 4th graders. I love how you connected a pitchers stride to the power generation. The kids loved it. While I have stepped away from baseball in recent years there was a time that it dominated my reading and free time. I was privileged enough to spend countless days and hours just talking baseball with Robert Creamer as a 10 year old boy- Not realizing that I was talking baseball with the founder and 40 year editor of Sports Illustrated (My Dad delivered milk to him) I mention this because the 2 young men that gave the tour were very knowledgeable about Yogi and clearly had researched his life from many angles. I grow up in a household of Yogi Berra fans born in the 40s and there is not much I have not heard or read over the years. If there was ever a new Yogi book out I would buy it for my dad every Christmas and eventually read it myself. Regardless, I learned something everytime they stopped to highlight a photo, mitt or pocket watch. Very impressive! Their passion into transcends the tour and Brings Yogi back in our hearts. There is something for every kid at this museum. Many of my students were not familiar with baseball but still had a blast. Thank you for the cool old timers day pin! Check this place out.
  • We went to the museum today and would recommend to Yankee or other baseball teams. It covers Yogi's baseball career as well as his military service and other accomplishments. Very interesting 20 minute movie on Yogi's path to Hall of Fame. It's a small museum but has a lot of information - worth the trip.
  • It’s a small museum but speaks volumes of a great man. That’s how I would summarize this place. If you take your time at this museum you’ll probably spend about and hour and will have seen everything in it. They cover the full gambit of Yogi’s life from where he grew up to his career as a manager. For Yankee fans it’s a great tribute to a player who has had a tremendous impact to Yankee history. To fans of Yogi it’s a great tribute to his accomplishments and his overall character. Easy access to the building for those who are handicapped. Also a quiet atmosphere so those with sensory needs will not be distracted or impacted negatively. Parking is across the street in a commuter parking lot. They have specific signs for museum parking. And there is no cost to park.
  • Incredible tribute to an American Icon and learning center for children. You can hate the Yankees but everyone loves Yogi for all the good he did in many roles as immigrant story, soldier in WW II, major leaguer, benefactor and family man.
  • It's a bit smaller than I expected, but the artifacts houses inside the museum makes up for it. I feel like I didn't see everything so I will definitely go back again soon.

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