Plan your visit or become a member today! Join us on April 14-15 for Jackie Robinson Day!


What makes a leader?

Explore Jackie Robinson’s core leadership traits and how he used them on and off the baseball field in this interactive, inquiry-based program. Join a Museum educator to learn about Robinson’s experiences as a child in Pasadena, a college athlete and military man, the first African American in modern Major League Baseball, and an activist—to learn how he was a pioneer in the fight for equal civil rights. Get inspired by Robinson’s legacy of courage, determination, and integrity and set a goal for how you will speak out as leaders in your schools and communities.

With its focus on exploring Jackie Robinson’s actions in the context of US history and empowering students as leaders today, the program complements curricula in History & Social Studies, ELA, and Social Emotional Learning.

Program Cost:

  • Title 1 schools: $100.00 per group
  • All other schools: $200.00 per group

Please review the Reservation Policies on the School Programs page before booking.

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Self-guided School Visits

Grades 5-12

Educators and students, visit the Jackie Robinson Museum for a unique look at the life and legacy of American hero, Jackie Robinson, as an athlete, activist, citizen, businessman, and family man.

HOURS: 11 AM - 6 PM, Thu - Sun