Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum

Relive history in this minor league baseball park where Jackie Robinson played in the first integrated MLB spring training game in Daytona Beach, Florida.

The historic ballpark opened in 1914 and is the 4th oldest ballpark still used in professional baseball. The ballpark was renamed after Jackie Robinson in 1989. Today, the Daytona Tortugas, the Class A-Advanced affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds in the Florida State League call The Jack their home.

Jackie Robinson Ballpark

Jackie Robinson Statue

The Jackie Robinson statue was added outside the Orange Avenue Gate at The Jack to celebrate his breaking of the color barrier and playing his first professional game at the ballpark.
Jackie Robinson Statue, Daytona, FL

Explore Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum

Jackie Robinson Ball Park and Interactive Museum is a great place to visit with the whole family. Take a trip down memory lane to see where baseball’s color barrier was broken while at the same time taking in America’s Favorite Pastime.

Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum Sign
Daytona Beach, Florida
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