Harry Kalas Museum Exhibit
                                at Laurel Hill Cemetery
Baseball fans one and all are invited to view the Harry Kalas Museum Exhibit at Laurel Hill Cemetery, the late sportscaster's final resting place. The exhibit was singlehandedly created and installed by local volunteer, Tony Citara, one of HK's most devoted fans. Many of the items featured in the exhibit personally belonged to Harry, and were generously contributed by the Kalas family.
Among some of the most intriguing items are the blue blazer and white loafers that were hung in the dugout as part of the Phillies' tribute to Harry during the 2009 season. These and countless mementos of Harry's career in Philadelphia comprise an exhibit bearing tremendous sentimental value for fans and friends alike. After viewing the exhibit, those fans and friends are encouraged to pay their respects at Harry's final resting place. Directional maps to his gravesite are provided for visitors.
The Harry Kalas Museum Exhibit can be viewed free of charge during Laurel Hill Cemetery's regular hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm, and weekends from 9:30am-4:30pm.