The newly rededicated Baseball Hall of Fame has managed the unthinkable: it has brought improvement to an American tradition so deeply ingrained in the public consciousness that change is next to unthinkable. While the Hall of Fame part itself has seen little, change, the Museum has undergone a significant rejuvenation. The exhibits are now very contemporary, seeking to bring the visitor as much into the experience of the game as possible, without actually attending the games themselves. Of the exhibits, the best one was for me the exhibit on the legendary stadia, including several that have long since been razed, like Ebbets Field or the Polo Grounds. The daily schedule is peppered with special presentations and events that try to evoke the mystery and magic of baseball.
The only issue I had with the Fields of Dreams exhibit was that the stadia were exhibited somewhat haphazardly.