Shoeless Joe Jackson was one of the greatest players to ever play the game of baseball. The museum itself is the home that Jackson lived and died in. In 2006, the house was re-located to Field Street, and given the address of 356 to match Jackson's career batting average of .356. On display are artifacts, photographs, film, and other records and documents. For any huge baseball fan, or just a fan of history, visiting the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum is a must.