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Progressive Field, Cleveland

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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. Use our Cleveland trip itinerary maker to visit Progressive Field on your trip to Cleveland, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Sat in section 134. That area gets lots of sun all afternoon, before the sun sets, not too windy. If it's windy, the upper levels get more of it. The whole place was pretty clean before the games.....  more
    Sat in section 134. That area gets lots of sun all afternoon, before the sun sets, not too windy. If it's windy, the upper levels get more of it. The whole place was pretty clean before the games.....  more »
  • I have always had a pleasant experience at this venue. The facility is clean and restrooms are ample. The food is typical ballpark eats. Hoping for more vegetarian options including greens! No seat... 
    I have always had a pleasant experience at this venue. The facility is clean and restrooms are ample. The food is typical ballpark eats. Hoping for more vegetarian options including greens! No seat...  more »
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  • Having shared the opportunity to get first dibs at the Cleveland Tribe Home Opener was very exciting. After coming off a previously canceled season due to the pandemic, they allowed 10,500 tickets to be sold for this event. They paid homage to the late legendary announcer Joe Tate, with a magnificent Color Guard ceremony and another outstanding rendition performance of the National Anthem.
  • Best place in Cleveland. Soooo nice. Any seat is amazing. I recommend getting upper seats. The sun is out if your eyes and it's cheaper. Worth every penny

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