DALLAS, TEXAS — The 2023 World Series trophy, awarded to the Texas Rangers, will make a public stop at the George W. Bush Presidential Center on Nov. 18 from 1 to 4 p.m. Free to the public with timed entry, guests will have the opportunity to view and take their own photo with the Commissioner’s Trophy in the George W. Bush Presidential Museum’s Freedom Hall.
Guests may also purchase tickets online or at the door to explore the Bush Museum’s permanent and special exhibits. President George W. Bush, an avid baseball fan, has part of his baseball collection on display in the Boeing Company Exhibition Gallery. Additionally, a commemorative baseball bat signed by 46 of the 62 living members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and items from the annual tee ball games held on the South Lawn of the White House while President Bush was in office may be viewed.
Admission to see the Commissioner’s Trophy will be reserved by timed entry only. Guests can register at https://www.bushcenter.org/events-and-exhibits/texas-rangers-baseball-world-series-trophy-viewing.
Visitors can stop by the Bush Museum Store to shop for unique baseball memorabilia, including a leather baseball with the 43rd presidential seal and a Warstic baseball bat with President Bush’s signature. A complete list of the Bush Museum Store’s baseball items for purchase can be found at https://www.bushcenter.org/publications/the-bush-centers-baseball-gift-guide.
What: Photo opportunity with the Texas Rangers 2023 World Series trophy
When: Saturday, Nov. 18
1 – 4 p.m. CT
Where: George W. Bush Presidential Center
2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75205
Admission: Free to the public with timed entry
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Located on the SMU campus in Dallas, Texas, the George W. Bush Presidential Center is a nonpartisan institution advancing the timeless values of freedom, opportunity, accountability, and compassion. The Bush Center comprises the George W. Bush Presidential Museum and the George W. Bush Institute, a solution-oriented policy organization focused on ensuring opportunity for all, strengthening democracy, and advancing free societies through policy solutions and public engagement. The Bush Center also houses the George W. Bush Presidential Library, operated by the National Archives and Records Administration, which provides access to official documents and artifacts from the George W. Bush Administration. Learn more about the Bush Center at bushcenter.org.
George W. Bush Presidential Museum
The George W. Bush Presidential Museum promotes a greater understanding of the American presidency and examines the consequential times during which President and Mrs. Bush served. The museum offers a moving exhibit on September 11, 2001, a replica Oval Office, and an interactive experience in presidential decision-making. The museum is also host to a variety of special exhibitions that delve deeply into unique topics and provide insights that only a presidential center can offer. Housed within the George W. Bush Presidential Center, the George W. Bush Presidential Museum is a nonpartisan civic institution showcasing the timeless values of freedom, opportunity, accountability, and compassion. Learn more at bushcenter.org.