The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum showcases 145 years of Reds baseball history in the new exhibition Kings of the Queen City, presented by Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.
Kings of the Queen City features a dynamic graphic timeline that emphasizes the greatest moments and biggest names in Reds history and a wide range of artifacts that represent Reds history from the early days of the team in the late 19th century to present day.
An interactive touch-screen monitor includes audio clips from many notable Reds personalities featured in the exhibit, and the exhibit's companion film features rare images, audio and video from many of the unforgettable moments in the history of baseball's oldest professional team.
The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum is honoring more than 100 native Cincinnatians in the new exhibition Hometown Reds: Local Boys Who Played for the Cincinnati Reds.
Hometown Reds features jerseys, game-used equipment and memorabilia dating back 145 years to 1869 when Charlie Gould became the first Cincinnatian to play for the hometown team.
The exhibit includes a player mural along with a graphic map highlighting the towns in southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana from which the Hometown Reds hailed.
Visitors to the exhibit will enjoy personal recollections from some of the Hometown Reds through new video interviews that run continuously in the exhibit space.