Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library
The museum is located at 356 Field Street, across the street from Fluor Field on Greenville's West End. It is open every day from 11 am - 7 pm, as well as during and after every Greenville Drive home game.
Admission is free, but as a 501(c)3 non-profit, contributions and gift shop purchases to maintain the museum are gratefully accepted.
Private tours are available. Email requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-346-4867.
The Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum chronicles the life of one of America's greatest baseball legends. The museum, located in the house in which Jackson lived and died, follows his humble childhood working in a local textile mill through his years playing textile league ball, his extraordinary career in professional baseball and his later years. The museum displays artifacts, photographs, books and other items of interest associated with his life. Shoeless Joe Jackson continues to be one of America's most publicized and beloved baseball players of all time. His lifetime batting average, .356, remains one of the highest in the history of the game.