Friday, July 24, 2020 – Our Triple Crown Travel Capital Beltway & New York City Baseball Tour starts off in our nation’s capital of Washington DC. Meet up in the lobby of the Residence Inn Washington Capitol Hill Navy Yard hotel, located just steps from Nationals Park and with tons of entertainment options just outside the hotel’s doors. Our first game is a great NL East match-up as the Washington Nationals host the Atlanta Braves at Nationals Park.
Saturday, July 25, 2020 – On Saturday morning, we depart Washington DC and head up to Oriole Ballpark at Camden Yards in Baltimore for a ballpark tour. Orioles Tour Guides will provide our group a private tour of this wonderful facility that really changed the way baseball stadiums were built. After the tour, we will check into the Sheraton Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel, once again located just steps from the ballpark. Your afternoon is free to explore Baltimore’s festive Inner Harbor and that evening walk on over to the game at any time of your choosing as the Oakland Athletics are in town to take on the Orioles at Camden Yards.
Sunday, July 26, 2020 – We head out from Baltimore and make our way up to Yankee Stadium for a prime AL East match-up between the Red Sox and Yankees. The Bronx Bombers will be hosting their nemesis, the Boston Red Sox in this classic rivalry game as the ESPN Sunday Night Game of the Week! Before the game, our group will take a tour of the world famous Madison Square Garden before checking in to our prime Midtown Manhattan Hotel, the Grand Hyatt New York. The Grand Hyatt is always a favorite of Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tours when we visit New York City and we will have three full nights at this prestigious hotel.
Monday, July 27, 2020 – Whenever we get the chance to offer our guests a full free day in a wonderful city like New York, we take advantage of that opportunity. The difference in our baseball tours is that we take great pride in offering up fantastic hotels in great locations for every night of our tours. There is no better example of that, than when we travel to New York. Our hotel, the Grand Hyatt New York, is located above Grand Central Terminal and right in the middle of midtown Manhattan, within several blocks of Times Square, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, and many other famous NYC landmarks. This whole day is free for you to explore the city however you would like!
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 – Once again, you have ample free time on this Tuesday to take advantage of your premium hotel located right in the middle of Manhattan. You are a short walk, subway or cab ride away from just about anything that New York has to offer. The day is yours to do as you please. Visit the Statue of Liberty, take a ride through Central Park, hang out in Times Square, visit the 9/11 Museum & World Trade Center Memorial Site or do one of the many other things that this great city has going for it. In the late afternoon, meet back up at the hotel as we head over to Citi Field for a Subway Series game between the Yankees and Mets! After the game meet back in the Citi Field Charter Bus Parking Lot where we will head back to our Manhattan hotel for the final night of our baseball tour.
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 – Check out of your Midtown Manhattan hotel with plenty of memories and pictures of your wonderful baseball vacation you shared with Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tours.