Mickey Vernon

Mickey Vernon Sports Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and memory of Delaware County Sports Legends.

We are located in the Granite Run Mall
Look for us on the second floor near Boscov’s.
The closest entrance is number 3, at the rear of the mall.
Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 am to 5 pm.

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Click HERE to read the latest Museum Article in the Delaware County Times

Our Collections

Explore our website and check out out our collections of various baseball memorabilia. We are offering a unique baseball card set, horside caricature drawings, and other great items for baseball fans.

Our Archives

Take a look at what’s been happening at the museum recently.  We’ve recognized many of Delaware County’s sports legends. Be sure to bookmark the “This Month” page so you don’t miss out on our next exciting event.

A Look Inside the Museum

 

Basketball Section On Exhibit At Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum  The Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum in the Granite Run Mall includes exhibits of Delaware County Athletes and Authors.  The Basketball Section of the exhibit is shown below.  This section includes books by or about regional basketball greats such as Jack Ramsay, Jack McKinney, Bo Ryan, Jameer Nelson, Theresa Grentz and Phil Martelli, as well as a book on Pennsylvania's Greatest High School Basketball Players, written by Mark Hostutler.   The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 4 pm.  This exhibit can be seen through December 31, 2014

Basketball Section On Exhibit At Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum
The Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum in the Granite Run Mall includes exhibits of Delaware County Athletes and Authors. The Basketball Section of the exhibit is shown below. This section includes books by or about regional basketball greats such as Jack Ramsay, Jack McKinney, Bo Ryan, Jameer Nelson, Theresa Grentz and Phil Martelli, as well as a book on Pennsylvania’s Greatest High School Basketball Players, written by Mark Hostutler. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 4 pm. This exhibit can be seen through December 31, 2014