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Little League Baseball Museum

Little League Baseball Museum

Little League Baseball grew from small beginnings in Williamsport in 1939 to being played in over 100 countries today. Visitors can explore the history through a series of interactive exhibits that include pitching, swinging, and running the bases. Another notable attraction is the Hall of Excellence, showcasing former little leaguers like George W. Bush and Bruce Springsteen.

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