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Learn about the enduring legacy of Jackie Robinson through exhibitions, dialogue and education.

About the Museum

“Jackie’s character was much more important than his batting average.”

– Hank Aaron, Hall of Fame outfielder

Programs & Events

Walking Tour

Mar 1-Dec 31, 2024 • ONGOING

Jackie Robinson's Harlem


Explore Jackie Robinson's Harlem in an all-new a walking tour that brings to light Jackie Robinson’s multifaceted and decades-long engagement with Harlem as an athlete, citizen, activist, businessman, and family man. ¡También disponible en español!

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Current Exhibitions


Learn the details of Robinson’s experience in the Negro Leagues in 1945 and his season with the Montreal Royals, the Dodgers’ AAA farm team, in 1946.


This tech-enabled space allows for on-site instruction and discussions around content in the galleries for students and special groups.


This bold tribute to Robinson’s enduring impact on popular culture from 1947 to today features artifacts, magazine covers, comic books, movie posters and more.

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What's New?

Spring in Full Swing: Programming Recap

Jun 27, 2024

Get the scoop on spring programs like Jackie Robinson Day, professional development for NYC Public Schools, and our panel on Women in Soccer, the second event of our Leveling the Playing Field series!

Pioneers: Jackie Robinson and Althea Gibson

Jun 18, 2024

Dig into the intersecting careers of barrier breaking athletes turned tournament teammates Jackie Robinson and Althea Gibson.

“What Birmingham means to us in the North”

May 14, 2024

Jackie Robinson visits Birmingham, Alabama in May 1963 to lend support to protestors attempting to desegregate the city.


HOURS: 11 AM - 6 PM, Thu - Sun