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Field of Dreams Movie Site, Dyersville

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Fun & Games
Visit one of the most iconic movie settings of all time at Field of Dreams Movie Site, the setting for the baseball-themed film of the same name. Originally constructed in 1988 across two local farms, the field became the site of Kevin Costner's experience with the ghosts of past baseball players in the 1989 movie. Visit the famous cornfield and see the grounds of the farmhouse, preserved and maintained to look just like the stomping grounds of Shoeless Joe Jackson. You may even catch a real session of America's pastime played by a rotating roster of "ghost" players inspired by the film. Put Field of Dreams Movie Site at the forefront of your travel plans using our Dyersville tour planner.
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  • Make sure to watch movie before going - Denise- owner - gave us the tour of the house! Excellent job! If you just want to see the field it's free - bring glove, ball and bat!  more »
  • Haven't seen the movie yet, but after visiting this site, the movie is in my sights. It's not too far out of town; maybe a mile or so, but it's well worth the time (it's free, too).  more »
  • I'm not a big fan of baseball, but was on a weekend with my wife in Dubuque and thought it was worth a visit. A 30 minute drive from Dubuque. Use your GPS, because it's in the 'sticks'. Pretty cool. B...  more »
  • Pretty cool place that every fan of the movie should visit! It doesn't change much over the years and there is still a baseball diamond.
  • You go here if you love baseball and the movie means something to you. Love it for what it is...a field of dreams
  • Look forward to seeing the DREAM. MIKE ROWE MENTIONED IT!
  • Solely for the nostalgia, seeing the field and house was worth 5 stars. Bring a glove and bat for the real experience. There is not really the freedom to play catch or hit balls if others are at field because everyone kind of has to cross paths which can get dangerous with flying baseballs. Staff just kind of hung out in the gift shop located in middle of parking lot. Definitely a great place to visit tho. I went with my wife and 2 kids and we enjoyed it.
  • A beautiful and peaceful setting! There were 2 bats laying by the backstop and we had brought our mitts and a ball to play catch so with no one else there( we were there when it was closed) we had a little game with the kids and they loved it. There is an informative sign with pictures and comments from the owners which was interesting. There is no charge to see this movie set but during open hours there is a stand. I'm not sure if they sell snacks or souvenirs or both since they were not open during our visit. Now include watching the movie at home together and you'll have the recipe for an economical and quality family time that everyone should enjoy.