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Home of Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field promises sports fans a good time whether it be for an actual game or just a tour. If you're in town for game, you should consider going as you'll get the most authentic Progressive Field experience. However if there's not a game, you can still visit the facility via a guided tour. The one-hour tours cover the entire premises, so visitors will be able to see the batting cages, FanCave, the party suite, the club lounge, the bullpen and the Heritage Park Indians Hall of Fame Museum.
Those who visited Progressive Field for a baseball game said they had a blast thanks to the vendors' tasty food and the cheap tickets, some of which cost only $10. The majority of visitors say there's not a bad seat in the house, so you're pretty much guaranteed a quality view of the field. And the tours also come highly recommended, as many noted the guides are knowledgeable and provided a wealth of information to visiting fans.
Centrally located in downtown Cleveland, Progressive Field can be reached using public transportation, via car and by foot. There is both on- and off-site parking and parking passes can be purchased directly from the website. The free Progressive Field Indians Shuttle operates around the vicinity and takes visitors to and from the entrance and parking lots. The rail's Red, Blue and Green Lines, the trolley's E- and B-Line and the BRT's Healthline all have stops nearby. Tour tickets cost $10 for adults and $8 for children ages 14 and younger and seniors 60 and older. (Tours are only available from May 1 to September 5; tours are unavailable during day home games, special events and on holidays.) Tickets for games vary in price and can be bought directly on the stadium's website.
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