Cleveland, OH—The Cleveland Indians will resume tours of Progressive Field on Tuesday, May 1, with all proceeds benefiting Cleveland Indians Charities.
Tours will run through Saturday, Sept. 1 and will take place Monday-Saturday with the exceptions of holidays and day home games.
The tours will begin and end at the Team Shop and will be offered at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. On days when the team is on the road or is idle, a 1:30 p.m. tour will also be offered.
Fans can go behind the scenes to explore the most popular areas at the ballpark, including many typically not available to fans on game days.
Those areas include (subject to change):
- Lexus Home Plate Club
- Press Box
- Infiniti Club
- The Corner Bar
- Visitor’s Clubhouse (select days)
- Warning Track
- Home Dugout
- Batting Cages
- Terrace Club Feller Exhibit
Tours are available in several packages:
- Public: $12 for adults; $10 for children (14 and under) and senior citizens (60 and over)
- Group: Group tours are available for $400 and include 40 tickets.
o Additional tickets are available at $10 each.
- School: Cleveland Indians Charities presents a special tour program for schools for $7 per ticket.
Tour tickets can be purchased online at Indians.com/tours, in person at the Progressive Field Team Shop or ticket office or over the phone by calling 216.420.HITS.
Since Progressive Field opened in 1994, hundreds of thousands of patrons have toured Progressive Field and benefited Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC). CIC is the self-sustaining charitable arm of the Cleveland Indians that concentrates on creative partnerships with select organizations that focus on youth education and recreation. Since its inception in 1989, CIC has donated more than $10 million to youth-oriented agencies and organizations throughout Northeast Ohio.