10 First St SE
Washington, DC 20543
Join us for a private docent-led tour of the Baseball Americana exhibit at the Library of Congress. The tour examines baseball then and now as it relates to players, teams and the communities it creates. Highlights include selections from the Library’s extensive collection of early baseball cards, the 1857 “Laws of Baseball” on view in their first major exhibition, and items on loan from the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The visit also includes a brief introductory tour of the art, architecture, and history of the Library of Congress building, along with its history and modern day work. The tour, which is free, lasts approximately one hour. Attendees will need to arrive 15 minutes early in order to go through security.
The exhibit is located at the Library’s Thomas Jefferson Building at 10 First St, SE. Closest Metro stop is Capitol South (Orange, Blue and Silver lines), a 2-block walk to the Library. An alternative stop is Union Station (Red line), approximately ½ mile walk to the Library. Please RSVP by Friday, April 19th. You may RSVP by replying to this email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the office at 703-509-8057. Be sure to include the name of the event and each attendee, along with their email and/or phone number. Free, open to members and volunteers.