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Progressive Field, Cleveland

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web
Consistently considered to be among America's best ballparks, Progressive Field is home to Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians. Seating more than 40,000 people, the field has hosted the team since its construction in 1994. The modern stadium features throwback and old-style baseball elements, as well as a view of downtown Cleveland. Join a guided tour for an up-close view of the batting cages, the bullpen, the team suites, and the Indians' Hall of Fame Museum. However, keep in mind that these tours are not offered daily, as they depend on the baseball schedule. Check the team's schedule to see if you can catch a game while you're here. Plan to visit Progressive Field during your Cleveland vacation using our convenient Cleveland tour planner.
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  • I was actually booked NE Patriots tickets 6 months ago, then the Red Sox made the playoffs to face the Indians, so I got a SRO ticket at the walk-up window for the 1st game. And though we lost 5-4, it...  read more »
  • WE were here a few weeks ago just before the playoffs started. We had district tickets but it was such a blast. the atmosphere makes all the difference. the staff was friendly and helpful. lines for t...  read more »
  • So let's face it ...this is a super cool ballpark with lots of great things, BUTT it's not cheap Togo alone or with a family, ticket prices are expensive parking is ridiculous cheapest we saw was $20 ...  read more »
  • Great stadium! We were visiting with no vested interest in seeing either team win, but loved the stadium and atmosphere. The fans were into the game. More importantly, the food and beer options were great! Local favorites and ballpark standards alike. Definitely worth the trek from out of town.
  • I can literally say nothing bad about this venue. Progressive field is a direct reflection of it's city's image; kind, courteous, and always willing to help. Be sure to come early to make sure you get in to see the game on time, and there is plenty going on to keep the crowd entertained in the meantime.The fireworks show is an even better bonus. I can wait to come back.
  • It's a great place to watch a game. The tickets are relatively cheap, food options are good. Heck, they even let you bring in an unopened water and peanuts. Typically the Indians put on a good show!
  • I love this ballpark!! Perfect layout, great sitelines, very reasonable ticket and food prices. Staff is very friendly and the ballpark is located in a great spot of beautiful downtown Cleveland. Progressive Field is in the top five of major league parks in my opinion and I have been to all 30 of the current parks. Go Tribe!!
  • I went to ballgames at old Municipal Stadium as a kid. I was thoroughly impressed with "The Jake" when it was built, but over the years as the team has become less popular it was obvious that they needed to make some changes. I really appreciate the renovations. My 9 year-old son enjoyed all the activities in the kids' clubhouse before the game. I like how they transformed the upper deck in right into an area paying homage to former Indians greats. The food options at The Corner area in right field are also excellent. I typically sit in the upper deck and I love walking around to get to my seat because I enjoy the views of the city from the stadium. This place is a real gem. The food is good. The game is produced well in terms of what goes on the scoreboard and what is done before the game and between innings. No matter if the team is playing well or poorly it is always worthwhile to take a trip to the corner of Carnegie and Ontario. It's just a great experience all around.
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