Official Site for

TY COBB MUSEUM Royston, Georgia

About Us

                                                                                                 MISSION STATEMENT
       The Ty Cobb Museum is a nonprofit organization founded to perpetuate the memory of the greatest baseball hitter of all time, Tyrus Raymond Cobb. Its mission is to foster education and understanding to the broadest possible audience of the greatness of Ty Cobb. This mission is set forward by providing art and memorabilia, film, books, and historical archives. The Museum collects, preserves, researches, interprets and exhibits items related to Ty Cobb and the great game of baseball.
                                                                                                 PURPOSE STATEMENT
       The purpose of the TY COBB Museum is to promote, honor and preserve the legacy, contributions, and celebrated life & fame of Ty Cobb, the first player elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, and to reconstitute his reputation to its original state through, including but not limited to, charitable, educational and social means and all other possible outlets.
                                                                                                        HISTORY OF US

Ty Cobb Memorial Shrine
Ty Cobb Museum
Cobb Memorial Hospital


Past Events

19th Anniversary: Baseball Across Eras
  On Saturday July 29th, 2017, the Ty Cobb Museum celebrated its 19th Anniversary in a major league way. The program marked 19 years since the Museum opened in July of 1998.

   The Museum centered the program around Ransom Jackson, who was the last player to hit a homerun in Brooklyn with the Dodgers before they moved to Los Angeles and recent author of the book, "Accidental Big Leaguer," published by Rowman & Littlefield of Lanham, MD.

      Also featured in the program was winner of Game 6 of the 2011 World Series with the St Louis Cardinals and Madison County, Georgia resident, Jake Westbrook.

   In addition to Westbrook, UGA Alumini Association executive and longtime UGA legend, Loran Smith was part of the presentation. And finally University of Georgia Baseball Coach Scott Stricklin was also a big part of the panel discussion as Smith served as discussion moderator.

      It was one of the most pleasent events hosted at the Ty Cobb Museum which is located inside the Joe A. Adams Building at 461 Cook Street Royston, Georgia. For more information, please contact the Museum at (706) 245-1825 or log on at . 


 Place:              Ty Cobb's Home
                         2425 William St.
                         Augusta, Georgia

 Event Name:   "A DAY WITH TY COBB."
                         Unveiling of Marker

 For More Information:
                Mrs. Tara Conway
                P.O. Box 2891
                Augusta, Georgia
                                 20914                                   (706) 729-9900

   The newly formed Ty Cobb Heritage Foundation was established this year (2016) in Augusta, Georgia be a committee consisting of the following honorees:

               1. Tara Conway
               2. Milledge Murrary
               3. Lamar Garrard
               4. Beverly Ford

   The Ty Cobb Heritage Foundation was created to privately preserve Ty Cobb's ties to Augusta, another place he called home. 

   The unveiling of a Historical Marker will take place at Cobb's old home located at 2425 William St, Augusta, Georgia on Saturday January 14, 2016.


       In 1999, Michael Mandt, producer for Major League Baseball Productions, set up an interview with National Chairman and Ty Cobb Historian, Wesley Fricks, one evening at Turner Field for the production of MLB's All-Century Team documentary.

       Before the taping, Mr. Fricks involved former Ty Cobb Batboy, Jimmy F. Lanier, who lived in the Cobb neighborhood in Augusta, Georgia.

       This was significant as it was the initial major production that we participated in on a National level and it proved to be a positive production for Ty Cobb.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message. We aim to reply within 24 hours.
461 Cook Street
Royston, Georgia 30662
Office 706-245-1825
Fax      706-245-1831