Cleveland Indians – Progressive Field

Cleveland Indians - Progressive Field

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A visit to Cleveland's Progressive Field, home field of the Cleveland Indians, is a must for any group trip to this Midwest gem. Visitors can take a tour of the field and check out memorabilia at the Heritage Park Indians Hall of Fame Museum before or after catching a game.

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of different areas within the park including the Batting Cages, the Fan Cave, the Club Lounge, the Indians Hall of Fame Museum, and the Party Suite as well as the dugout. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes and is offered from May 1, until September 6, taking place rain or shine.

Heritage Park is a must-see when you visit Progressive Field. The location honors the rich history of the Indians franchise and consists of the Indians Hall of Fame Museum along with other fascinating exhibits for visitors to explore. The Hall of Fame contains two levels of interesting memorabilia, the first level of the hall being dedicated to players that are inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. The second floor has other Indians icons and exhibits where groups will learn about players including Sandy Alomar Jr., Carlos Baerga, Lou Boudreau, Larry Doby, and Bob Feller.

While you are visiting Progressive Field, you can shop for gifts and souvenirs. Go home with apparel, hats, and bobblehead dolls as well as a pack of baseball cards that feature your favorite players on the Indians Baseball Team.