Rounding the Bases: The History of St. Louis Browns Baseball
March 31 – Oct. 22, 2023
St. Louis is a baseball town. Today, we all rally behind our Cardinals. But from 1902 to 1953, the St. Louis Browns split the city’s loyalties–and, eventually, their stadium. While the team didn’t bring home many victories, it had more than its fair share of legendary players, colorful owners, and rowdy stories. Come with us on this journey to rediscover the team in a city that was “First in shoes, first in booze, and last in the American League” in Rounding the Bases!
Famous Women of St. Louis
March 31 – October 8, 2023
Countless St. Louis women change lives every day, and a fortunate few make headlines in doing so. From groundbreaking entertainers to stunning legal minds, the Gateway to the West boasts ties to some of history’s most remarkable women. Whether they spent their childhood in one of our historic neighborhoods or accomplished remarkable feats here as adults, our beloved city has fostered growth, inspired action, and encouraged dreams. These 18 phenomenal women are just the beginning.
Life & Art of Charles M. Schulz
Tentatively Scheduled from April 28 – July 21, 2023
Join Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the Peanuts Gang at the Field House Museum in the traveling exhibit, Life & Art of Charles M. Schulz. Explore Schulz’s personal history and his role as the sole inspiration and artistic talent behind Peanuts and its unique cast of characters. Follow Schulz from his Minnesota roots to his life in California and tracks the development of the characters that make up the unique world of Peanuts from comic strips and Schulz quotes to photographs that illuminate the story behind the creation of this most popular and influential cartoon strip.
Exhibit curated by the Charles M. Schulz Museum
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Did you know that the Eugene Field Library has exhibits too?
Upcoming Museum Exhibits
Poems of Childhood
Coming August 2023
Come and explore Eugene Field’s most popular book of poetry, Poems of Childhood, in this dynamic exhibit that will spark the imagination and bring to life the words of Eugene Field’s most famous book of poetry. From the land of sugar-plum trees and magnificent creatures to the sweet tales of falling asleep, guests will take a journey into a land of creativity.
The Field House Museum is sponsoring Poems of Childhood in partnership with the Missouri Humanities Council and with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Denotes ADA accessible exhibits