|Address:||8 Quarry Rd, Little Falls, NJ 07424, USA|
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My review is about Mr. Berra. When my father-in-law turned 80, I read that the White House will send a Burthday card. I view everything as a personal challenge and so I began my quest to see how many people/teams would send him Birthday Greetings. My father-in-law, a doctor, was the Yankee’s NUMBER ONE FAN. I wrote to the Yankee’s and they graciously sent one of thousands of prepared and stampled cards. We received the same sort of card from the Governor and Sentor at the time. It was Mr. Yogi Berra, who wrote a personal note to my father-in-law, which became one of his most prized and cherished possessions. There are leaders and then there are heros. Yogi Berra was a hero to my father-in-law, Dr. Ernest Scerbo, who is now deceased. I am not a fam of baseball, because of the game happens to bore me and the way so many players act more like children and spoiled brats. All should take lessons from some of the “old timers” like Yogi, who acted like heroes and kids would do as they did. They were people with ethics, morals and a sense of common desency and some innocence we have lost. I find this sad. Our kids grow up way too soon. Thank you Yogi for simply taking the time and writing a little note to an 80 year old man and making him a child on his 80th Birthday. Through you, we were able to give him a gift words could not express - what’s the commercial - priceless. May Gid Bless.
The museum is amazing and so are the staff. Upon entering the museum we were greeted by a wonderful man, Bill Cognan who has been volunteering at the museum since 1999. He was knowledgeable but most importantly, personable. He made our visit extremely satisfying. The topper of the the visit was the unexpected invite we received from another gentlemen who I assume was the Manger named Dave. He invited my kids and girlfriend to participate in a special presentation with Jim Abbott and Curtis Pride who spoke about overcoming obstacles. We all felt so grateful to hear their stories, it was truly inspirational. Thank you Yogi Berra museum, we wont ever forget our incredible experience.
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I traveled to the address listed by Google for the Yogi Berra Museum. Please be advised that this is a private home nowhere near the museum. The correct address and directions (at Montclair State University) are on the museum website. Unfortunately, the museum was closed due to an emergency, so I will have to go back again sometime to see it.
Havent been there yet myself, but hope to some day. Writing this the day after Yogis passing. There is no way a life like his gets any less than 5 stars! If I could give him a million of em, I would. Yogi Berras enduring legacy aint over til...well...ever. RIP, Yogi. Thank you. For everything.
True reflection of iconic Yogi Berra and his values. Intimate feel with National flavor at the same time. Especially enjoyed the Leroy Nieman display at my last visit with my son. Convenient location overlooking the field of the NJ Jackals on campus of Montclair State University!
Wonderful experience. The volunteers could not be kinder and more passionate about the game. The premises are clean and orderly and theres some very interesting memorabilia there for people to see.
Wonderful museum. Great memorabilia. The greeter was reallyy nice and shared good stories. Would like to go back in the summer to see some ball.
Its a fun but small museum. Think of it as a mini Cooperstown museum for Yogi and the Yankees.
Very informative, learned a lot of new facts, its like a trip back in time.
Nobody goes there anymore, its too crowded #Yogisms