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Progressive Field, Cleveland
(4.5/5 based on 1,500+ 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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  • This is one of the "new" stadiums and it really shows even twenty years later. Small and clean with great view lines and cheap tickets. Good food and easy parking make coming to the ball park a breeze...  more »
  • Right by all kinds of fun stuff, great outdoor venue. Home of the Champions, well American League. Go Tribe 
  • The stadium of the Indians is fine in all respects: friendly staff who are very helpful, a diverse range of food and drinks and fine chairs to sit on. The contest that we visited in early april, was very cold. Everyone in the shade was invited to sit in the Sun to make it a lot more enjoyable.
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  • One of the best ballparks located in a downtown area. Buying tickets was easy, parking was very accessible and getting in was not difficult. The food options are plenty and they even have an actual bar inside the ballpark. Tickets are cheap and the team wins. What more could you ask for?
  • 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.
  • This is a special baseball-only ballpark with incredible views from all over the park. Heritage Park is an awesome addition, and the enormous video board is a sight to behold. Great place to catch a game!
  • How could you not have a good time watching the Cubs and Indians battle it out for the baseball title. Both teams played so well. Great selection of food and drink options and pricing seemed reasonable considering they have a captive audience.
  • I would just like to say that I will most likely NEVER come back to Progressive Field. Spent a lot of money on tickets for Game 6 of the World Series....drove from Illinois to Cleveland (6.5 hours).....was so excited to cheer my team on (Go Cubs!). I consider myself a good sport, I can take it as much as I dish it out.....but alway remaining RESPECTFUL to everyone. Being here, with my mother, we both honestly felt threatened by the Indians fans who were constantly yelling obscenities at us and threatening to dump their drinks on us. Worried that if we even stood up for a good play we would've yelled at and told that we were going to get beer dumped on us if we didnt sit down. Not in a fun, being a good sport kind of way.....no smiles....no laughing.....just rude. How would thay make you feel? Cant even cheer now thay we finally made it here??? A friend of ours, also at the game, had a similar problems with the Indians fans, although beer was ACTUALLY thrown on them. When they approached security regarding the matter, security told them not to insight any problems with the fans or THEY would be escorted out?!? What else are the Indians fans allowed to do without being reprimanded for their actions? Unreal, and definitely unheard of where I come from. How are you supposed to feel safe here knowing that they are allowed to do this? Luckily, no drinks were thrown on us, but would anything have been done if they had been? Again, I am a good sport especially coming from Chicago. I love my teams and I would never treat an opposing team's fan the way I was treated here at Progressive Field. I wish I had a better memory of my first and maybe last world series game. I know the stakes were high and so were the emotions....I still find it unacceptable on your part Cleveland. If you need some tips on how a team, their fans, and the staff of their ball field is SUPPOSED to be I encourage you to visit Wrigley Field. You WILL be WELCOME there with fans who know what RESPECT is and staff that will ENSURE you feel SAFE... I promise!