The Clemente Museum Private Tour

Bidding Supports: Highmark Caring Place (Warrendale, PA)

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May 21, 2024 8:00 PM EDT
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Enjoy a truly unique experience with a private, guided 10-person tour of The Clemente Museum.

Engine House 25 has been meticulously renovated to showcase the world?s largest exhibited collection of baseball artifacts, works of art, literature, photographs, memorabilia, and related materials which focus on Roberto Clemente, his teammates, his personal life, and his humanitarian causes.

Roberto Clemente was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1954 and rose to become the greatest baseball player of his time. During this period, the struggle for social justice had reached every part of our country, and every ballpark. He and many other athletes had to bear the burdens of racial and cultural prejudices, no matter what their abilities were on the field. He faced those burdens with dignity, pride and an empathy for those less fortunate. As for his critics, he silenced them with his amazing bat and miraculous arm. In his 18-year career, he received every possible award given in Major League Baseball. Off the field, he built a reputation as a humanitarian, with a passion to help children through sports. Today he is as well known for his passion for helping others as he is for his passion for baseball.

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Winner will receive a certificate via email with instructions on how to redeem the private tour for 10 at The Clemente Museum.

Note: The Clemente Museum does not facilitate walk-in hours but operates guided tours only. Winner must coordinte tour with the museum.