Friday, June 26, 2020 – We start of the East Coast Hall of Fame Baseball Tour with a game at historic Fenway Park. Meet up with your Triple Crown Travel tour hosts at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge Overlooking Boston hotel, before we head over to Fenway Park to watch the St. Louis Cardinals take on the Red Sox in this interleague match-up.
Saturday, June 27, 2020 – After a memorable experience in Boston and the game at Fenway Park we will now head to the iconic National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. The Hall is adorned with wonderful exhibits dedicated to past baseball glory and numerous artifacts are on display honoring America’s Pastime. You will have plenty of time to explore the three floors of memorabilia and to partake on improving your baseball knowledge. There is also ample time to take in all that Cooperstown has to offer, including the many shops and restaurants in this picturesque village located on the banks of Lake Otsego.
Sunday, June 28, 2020 – We leave beautiful upstate New York and head down to Yankee Stadium for an awesome interleague match-up between the Chicago Cubs and the New York Yankees. ESPN has already picked up this prime game for Sunday Night Baseball, as the Cubs visit Yankee Stadium for the first time since 2014. Our seats for this game are in a prime viewing area on the second level as the sightlines and food options are tremendous at this great ballpark. After the game, we will take our deluxe motorcoach into midtown Manhattan for check in at the Grand Hyatt New York, our hotel for the next three nights right in the middle of the Big Apple.
Monday, June 29, 2020 – Here at Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tours, we like to provide our guests the freedom and flexibility to tailor your vacation as you please. We try to keep time on the charter bus down to a minimum and then provide as much time as possible in the cities that we visit. This baseball tour is special as it allows a true full day in New York City, with your hotel , the Grand Hyatt New York, located right in the middle of Manhattan. June 29 is truly your day to see the city however you like, without any rush on your time and no strict schedule to adhere to. Our Big Apple baseball tours have always been popular for this reason and we truly hope you enjoy your full free day in this great American city!
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 – Today is the day to take advantage of your premium hotel located right next to Grand Central Terminal. 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 with the San Francisco Giants in town to take on the New York Mets. After the game, we will head back to the Grand Hyatt New York for our final night in New York City.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 – After our lovely three-night stay in midtown Manhattan, we still have one more city and ballpark to visit! Philadelphia is the final stop on the East Coast Hall of Fame Baseball Tour. See Manny Machado and the rest of the Padres take on Bryce Harper and the Phillies at Citizen’s Bank Ballpark! After the game, we make it easy on our travelers by staying at the Philadelphia Airport Marriott, located on-site at the airport and directly connected to the terminals.
Thursday, July 2, 2020 – Check out of our hotel in the morning at your leisure, but make sure to gather your new friends contact information to share stories, exchange pictures, and hopefully plan on another tour in 2021 with Triple Crown Travel.