Monday, August 1, 2016 – Meet up with your Triple Crown Travel tour host at our Downtown Chicago hotel, before we make our way over to Wrigley Field for the game that night between the Marlins and Cubs. The baseball atmosphere at Wrigley is always top notch as the Cubs look to improve upon their NLCS appearance in 2015. A game at Wrigley is the perfect start to your baseball vacation with Triple Crown Travel. After the game we will head back to our downtown upscale hotel.
Tuesday, August 2, 2016 – On Tuesday morning we will depart Chicago and head towards Detroit. The first stop will be in South Bend, IN and the campus of Notre Dame for lunch and sightseeing, including the famous Notre Dame Stadium. After lunch we will head directly to our hotel for check-in before heading to the game that night at Comerica Park. This downtown ballpark is a great place for watching a game as we will be treated to a Chicago White Sox – Detroit Tiger match-up. After the game we will head back to our hotel about an hour south of Detroit, which will allow for more time in our next city on the tour, Cincinnati.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016 – Our 2016 MLB baseball vacation continues, as we head down to Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati for a private group ballpark tour and a visit to the Reds Hall of Fame. After our tour, we will check in to our downtown hotel and then a fantastic Cardinals – Reds game that night!
Thursday, August 4, 2016 – We leave bright and early from Cincinnati as we head north to Cleveland for a 12:10 PM matinee as the Indians host the Twins at Progressive Field. The early start time will allow for a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame once the game concludes that afternoon. Located on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Erie, the Hall is home to an incredible collection of musical history and will truly be a highlight of our tour. After visiting the Hall, we will check in to our downtown Cleveland hotel at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Cleveland at the Arcade.
Friday, August 5, 2016 – On Friday, our baseball tour moves on to Pittsburgh and a very special ballpark that consistently ranks as one of the best in baseball. We will have time to fully explore PNC Park with a private group tour that day. We will then have plenty of time to check out the city, including the beautiful Roberto Clemente Bridge, which is shut down for pedestrian only access for all home games. That evening the Pirates host the Cincinnati Reds and our group will have one more amazing game together with viewing from our lower level premium seats.
Saturday, August 6, 2016 5 – Check out of your Pittsburgh hotel the next day with plenty of memories and pictures of your wonderful baseball vacation you shared with Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tours.