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Filled with unusual objects nestled among some never-before-displayed artifacts, the Museum takes the history of Little League® Baseball and Softball and relates it to World events and activities. The stories intertwine with the world’s largest youth sports organization, which began in 1939 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Interactive exhibits, films, and artifacts combine to provide a great experience. Some highlights include items from the personal collection of Little League’s founder Carl E. Stotz, World Series Highlights, the Play Ball Gallery that includes a timed running track, and much more. The Museum is open five days a week, Thursday through Monday 9 AM to 4 PM, and is adjacent to the iconic Howard J. Lamade Stadium and Volunteer Stadium, where the Little League Baseball® World Series is played every August.