Tuesday, June 29, 2021 – Meet up with your Triple Crown Travel tour hosts at our Downtown St. Louis Hotel located across the street from Busch Stadium and the world famous St. Louis Arch. After checking in with your tour hosts, feel free to walk on over to the ballpark at any time of your choosing for the game that night between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the St. Louis Cardinals. St. Louis is a great city and the perfect start to your MLB baseball vacation package with Triple Crown Travel.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021 – We depart St. Louis on Wednesday morning and head over to Louisville, KY with time for lunch and a fantastic tour of the Louisville Slugger Bat Factory. This tour is always a highlight of our vacations as you will get an up close and personal tour on the process that goes into making an MLB quality wooden baseball bat. After the tour, we continue into Cincinnati for a game that night at Great American Ballpark. The San Diego Padres are in town to take on the Reds!
Thursday, July 1, 2021 – On Thursday, we head on over to Pittsburgh and the beautiful PNC Park. Consistently ranked as one of the best views in baseball, you will see why from our prime field level seats behind home plate, that offer up incredible views of the Pittsburgh skyline, including the Roberto Clemente Bridge. Once again, we are staying at a hotel within walking distance of the ballpark, allowing our guests the chance to enjoy the festivities both inside and outside PNC Park at their leisure!
Friday, July 2, 2021 – We depart Pittsburgh and make the short journey to the banks of Lake Erie for a game in Cleveland pitting the Houston Astros against the hometown Indians. Not only are premium lower level seats included on this tour, but also an admission ticket to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Always a highlight of our baseball tours the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is another place that you can check off your bucket list. You will have plenty of time to explore all three levels of the Rock Hall before we head over to Progressive Field that night for the ballgame.
Saturday, July 3, 2021 – Our final stop on the Midwest Great Lakes Baseball Tour will be Comerica Park in Detroit. This great downtown ballpark provides fantastic sightlines and an all-around superb baseball viewing experience. The Chicago White Sox will be taking on the Tigers in this AL Central match-up. After the game, we will head over to our final hotel on the tour located at the Detroit Airport making it easy for travel back to your home destination.
Sunday, July 4, 2021 – At the conclusion of this fantastic Midwest Great Lakes 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 2022.