You will travel back in time to the early 1900s, a time when baseball was what Cobb called “something like war.” A moving tribute, narrated by Georgia legend Larry Munson, features rare action footage and interviews, including thoughts from Atlanta Braves standout Chipper Jones and ESPN baseball analyst Peter Gammons.

Over 20 Years of Excellence

The Ty Cobb Museum has hosted over 54,000 visitors in over twenty years and has generated nearly $1 million to the improvements of the exhibits and professional services inside the museum.
Since we opened in July 1998, our technique for the development of education and consistency has been to listen to your customers, to understand those customers’ needs, and to research and develop programs that meet those needs, establishing 20 years of excellent customer service.
The Cobb Theater features stadium-styled seating nestled within a beautiful mural collage. Rare photographs and other pieces of artwork also tell the compelling story of how Cobb rose to the pinnacle of his sport not through exceptional talent, but through sheer will and a relentless determination to be the best.

Visit the Ty Cobb Museum to relive baseball history and see the other side of Cobb.