Whether it’s packing up the kids in the station wagon, or teaming up with some friends for a little time away, ballpark tours are a time-honored American tradition. Baseball stadiums are uniquely American structures, and provide a uniquely American experience. In many places, the parks have become as famous as the teams themselves or the action on the field. Direct television services are a great way to enjoy the ball game, but nothing beats visiting the park yourself.
Each can offer their own experience, tied to an intense match-up between rivals, a particularly beloved concession stand treat, a spectacular view of the landscape from the stands, or just a breathtaking physical structure that stands to be admired. Touring baseball stadiums is something you can only do in America, and some stadiums offer a special connection to America’s past.
There’s something about approaching a stadium from afar, seeing the parking lot, and then walking through the turnstiles and up the tunnel to see the beautiful grass in the warm evening sunlight. Rock and roll on the P.A. system, fans streaming in from areas far and wide to watch the local team take on the visitors.
Our ballparks provide the backdrop for this unique and time-tested experience, and seeing as many parks as possible is a constant source of new fun.