The ACBL Museum is not only the premier collection of bridge-related artifacts in the world, it’s also an interactive showcase of the history of the game. From Vanderbilt to Culbertson to Goren to the modern era, bridge comes alive with photos, videos, art, instructional material and more.
The spectacular collection of national championship trophies must be seen to be believed. Touch-screen technology allows visitors to research the history and previous winners of each trophy.
The Bridge Hall of Fame display includes hundreds of photos of the top names in the game, and the biographies of each inductee are easily viewed with the touch of a digital button.
The Joan Schepps Collection of Trump Indicators is an homage to the early days of the game featuring 600 colorful pieces.
In addition to these highlights, visitors to the ACBL Museum will find dozens of other fascinating items.
The ACBL Bridge museum is open Monday through Friday from 8am-3:30pm. Admission is free.
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