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Royston, Georgia: Ty Cobb Museum

See baseball Hall-of-Famer Ty Cobb's awards, trophies, and other artifacts, including a pair of his bronzed baseball spikes, which he used to painful advantage on rival ballplayers.

461 Cook St., Royston, GA
Southwest of downtown, inside the Joe A. Adams Professional Bldg, on the southeast corner of Cook and Turner Sts.
M-F 9-3, Sa 10-2 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $7.
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Ty Cobb Museum

The Ty Cobb Museum pays tribute to the first player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. The museum has awards, trophies, and other artifacts that belonged to Tyrus Raymond Cobb, known as "The Georgia Peach."

[Leah McCall, 03/18/2024]

Visitors can see a pair of Cobb's bronzed baseball spikes, which he used to painful advantage on rival ballplayers.

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