Saturday, June 27, 2020 – Meet up with your Triple Crown Travel tour hosts at our Downtown River North Chicago hotel, before we make our way to Guaranteed Rate Field for the game between the Oakland Athletics and the Chicago White Sox. Three full nights in Chicago is the perfect start to your MLB baseball vacation package with Triple Crown Travel.
Sunday, June 28, 2020 – Sunday morning we will make our way up to Milwaukee to watch the Pittsburgh Pirates take on the Brewers at beautiful Miller Park. The roof should be open for what will be a great afternoon ballgame between these two National League foes. After the game, you will have plenty of time to take advantage of your free evening in Chicago as we return to our same hotel.
Monday, June 29, 2020 – We start this day off with a Chicago River Architecture Boat Tour. There are no better views of the city than from a Wendella Cruise boat as we head up the Chicago River and enjoy the narrated tour hosted by an architectural expert. We then head out to Lake Michigan for an amazing view of the Chicago sightline and more history of this fine city. After the boat tour, enjoy a fine lunch in the city or do more sightseeing before we head to Wrigley Field to watch the Cubs host the Milwaukee Brewers that night. Once again, we will return to our deluxe downtown hotel for our final night in Chicago.
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 – Next up on this Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tour, will be St. Louis. Our downtown St. Louis hotel puts us right in the middle of all of the action just minutes from Busch Stadium, home of the Cardinals. The Washington Nationals are in town to take on the Cardinals and we will be right in the middle of all of the action from our prime group seats.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 – After leaving St. Louis, we head directly to Kansas City with a stop at the Negro League Baseball Museum. The NLBM is definitely a worthy visit for all baseball fans and is always a highlight of our tours when we visit Kansas City! After the museum, we will head over to Kauffman Stadium, as the Royals host the Arizona Diamondbacks. This picturesque stadium is a sight to behold and the fans should be out in full force. Enjoy the wide-open centerfield concourse, the Royals Hall of Fame, some Kansas City barbecue, the outfield fountains and a great ballgame.
Thursday, July 2, 2020 – At the conclusion of this fantastic Chicago Midwest Baseball Tour you can check of five more stadiums from your baseball travel bucket list. Make sure you say good-bye to your friends from the tour and start preparations to check off more stadiums during a future Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tour in 2021.