Thursday, June 29, 2017 – When planning all of the 2017 baseball tours offered by Triple Crown Travel, we take great pride in providing for an unforgettable vacation experience. This tour is no exception as it starts out in Boston, with the Minnesota Twins in town to take on the Boston Red Sox. Meet up with your Triple Crown Travel tour hosts at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Overlooking Boston hotel before we head over to Fenway Park for the game.
Friday, June 30, 2017 – After a memorable game at Fenway Park the evening prior, we head to the iconic Baseball Hall of Fame to view exhibits and artifacts of past baseball glory. The Hall is adorned with so much baseball history that after walking through the three floors of memorabilia and baseball knowledge, you will probably already start planning your next vacation to Cooperstown. Our tour will allow for plenty of time to take in all that Cooperstown has to offer, including the many shops and restaurants in this picturesque village, before we head over to the Fairfield Inn by Marriott Albany East Greenbush hotel for an evening of rest.
Saturday, July 1, 2017 – We leave beautiful upstate New York and head down to New York City and three nights at the fabulous Grand Hyatt New York located right in the middle of midtown Manhattan next to Grand Central Terminal. Our first stop is at Yankee Stadium for a tour of this famous ballpark. Built across the street from the original Yankee Stadium, this current home of the Yankees has still managed to bring along much of the history they are famous for. You will get to visit the Yankees Museum, adorned with many artifacts of past Yankee teams and get to walk through Monument Park in centerfield that honors many Yankee legends. After the tour, we will head in to midtown Manhattan for check in at our deluxe hotel for the next three nights located right in the middle of the Big Apple.
Sunday, July 2, 2017 – On Sunday, we will head over to Citi Field for an afternoon game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets. Enjoy this beautiful ballpark from your shaded lower level seats as the Mets look to continue building upon their recent success. After the game, the evening is free for you to enjoy the New York nightlife. Catch a musical on Broadway, enjoy a fine meal, or relax at your midtown Grand Hyatt New York hotel, the choice is yours.
Monday, July 3, 2017 – Today is the day 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 whole day is yours to do as you please. Visit the Statue of Liberty, take a carriage ride through Central Park, hang out in Times Square, pay your respects at the 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 up to Yankee Stadium with the Toronto Blue Jays in town to take on the New York Yankees. After the game, we will head back into Manhattan for our final evening in the city.
Tuesday, July 4, 2017 – What better way to celebrate our nation’s birth than to spend the day in the birthplace of our nation, Philadelphia. The 4th of July in Philadelphia is a once in a lifetime experience as the city hosts multiple events in the historical district. Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell Center and the National Constitution Center are the host venues for a city-wide block party commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence. After some time in the city, we will head down to Citizen’s Bank Park for a late afternoon game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Philadelphia Phillies. The evening is then free to enjoy the nighttime festivities and reminisce with the new friends you met on this great baseball tour!
Wednesday, July 5, 2017 – Before departing from your Philadelphia hotel, make sure to gather everyone’s contact info to swap photographs and stories, in addition to coordinating schedules for the planning of next year’s tour with Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tours.