After a complete renovation, the 189-seat Grandstand Theater will reopen May 25 as the start to Hall of Fame Classic Weekend.
Photo by Milo Stewart Jr./National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's Grandstand Theater Reopens

The reopening of the completely renovated Grandstand Theater, with a new film titled Generations of the Game brings home the passion and love carried by fans and players across new generations.

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The 189-seat Grandstand Theater of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum reopened in May, 2018 at the start to Hall of Fame Classic Weekend. The Hall's newest showpiece was created by design firm Populous.

Featuring cutting-edge technology and the latest in fan-friendly amenities, the new Grandstand Theater will provide an immersive experience to viewers with a sound system donated by Dolby Laboratories, state-of-the-art projectors donated by Christie Projectors and 16-foot high vertical videoboards along the theater's side walls.

Generations of the Game will feature 19 Hall of Fame narrators along with voices such as Hall of Fame Chairman of the Board Jane Forbes Clark, Ford C. Frick Award winner Bob Costas, recently retired heroes Derek Jeter, David Ortiz and Mariano Rivera, and current stars Bryce Harper and Clayton Kershaw.

The newly renovated theater opened in time for the 10th annual Hall of Fame Classic, but is now available to any and all who visit this icon museum and its homage to America's hometown sport.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is one of the country's major tourist destinations and is one of the best-known sports shrine in the world. Opening its doors for the first time on June 12, 1939, the Hall of Fame stands as the definitive repository of the Game's treasures and as a symbol of the most profound individual honor bestowed on an athlete.

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May 24, 2018

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