Negro Southern League Museum
This project was designed locally by Method-1 Interiors, a division of ExpoDisplays. The 5000+ square foot exhibit area was designed by Method-1, built by their skilled craftsmen on site at the Birmingham facility, and installed at the new museum by the team that specializes in museum mounting and installation.
The museum highlights Birmingham’s history in African-American baseball. The amazing collection covers national and local memorabilia and with a tremendous time span of history. The museum features many interactive exhibits. Dr. Layton Revel, the Founder of the Center for Negro League Research, is the Historian of the expansive collection. Featured in the collection are thousands of signed baseballs, game used equipment and authentic uniforms including a 1940s game worn uniform of Satchel Paige from Bob Feller’s historic barnstorming tour.
“Brilliant job!” according to Negro League Research Center Founder, Dr. Layton Revel.
In the News
Voted Birmingham’s Best Museum
Highlighted in the New York Times – Read More