East Coast Classic Baseball Road Trip

Trips & Tours // Northeast Classics // 8 Days

Culture/History, Sporting


6 Ballparks, 6 games, 12 teams, 8 days

The best the East Coast offers, with games at Fenway, Yankee Stadium, Citi Field, Citizens Bank Park, Nationals Park, and Camden Yards with tours of Boston, Manhattan, the Liberty Bell and National Constitution Center, Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum, and Washington, D.C., Yankee Stadium, and Camden Yards ballparks.

TAP Rating: TAP Superior


Highlights include:

  • Trip Reception
  • Umps Eye View
  • Game: Atlanta Braves @ Washington Nationals
  • Free Time in Washington DC
  • Camden Yards Stadium Tour
  • Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum
  • Game: Boston Red Sox @ Baltimore Orioles
  • Liberty Bell
  • National Constitution Center
  • Game: Los Angeles Dodgers @ Philadelphia Phillies
  • Game: San Diego Padres @ New York Mets
  • Free Time in NYC
  • Yankee Stadium Tour
  • Tour of New York City
  • Game: Kansas City Royals @ New York Yankees
  • Game: Minnesota Twins @ Boston Red Sox


Day: 1 - Arrivals

Arrival in Washington D.C.  by 4:00 PM. The suggested arrival airport is Washington Regan National Airport (DCA). A trip reception is included to give you a chance to meet and greet the host and the other travelers. The reception includes a meal and non-alcoholic beverages. Kick off this baseball adventure with our Umps Eye View program. Gain an inside look into Baseball and enjoy stories and Q&A from former Big League Umpire of 26 years Al Clark. Capital Hilton, Washington, DC (D)

Day 2 – Washington D.C, Atlanta @ Washington

Most of the morning is at leisure enjoy a short stroll to the Lafayette Square or maybe the White House.  The Capital Hilton is only 2 blocks away from 3 different Metro stations so the possibilities are endless.  Close to mid-day and we’re off to National Park for a 1:35pm game between the Braves and Nationals. Capital Hilton, Washington, DC

 

Day: 3 -  Travel to Baltimore, MD - Boston  @ Baltimore

We'll start the day by heading north to Baltimore for a tour of Camden Yards. See Oriole Park at Camden Yards from a whole new perspective. Enjoy the charm of the ballpark from club level suites, the press level, and even the Orioles dugout. Take a Stroll Through The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball! (areas visited and tour are pending availability).  Then, meet the Babe with a stop at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. Since opening in 1974, the Birthplace has served as a monument to the life and times of "The Babe.” Tonight features our last game of this amazing baseball road trip experience as the Boston Red Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles at 7:05 pm in Oriole Park at Camden Yards, where we toured earlier this trip. Our hotel is located just across the street from the left field gate and within easy walking distance of all the Inner Harbor sights, attractions and shops. Hampton Inn Baltimore-Downtown/Convention Center, Baltimore, MD

Day: 4 – Travel to Philadelphia, PA -  Los Angeles @ Philadelphia

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, is the next leg of this awesome baseball road trip. We’ll stop visit the Liberty Bell and National Constitution Center. The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is a bell of great historic significance. It’s is one of the most prominent symbols associated with the American Revolutionary War. The National Constitution Center, the World's only museum dedicated to the U.S. Constitution, is just 2 short blocks from the Liberty Bell. Tonight, enjoy another great game as the Los Angeles Dodgers match-up against the Philadelphia Phillies at 7:05 PM at Citizens Bank Park. Our hotel is next door to Philadelphia’s fame Reading Terminal Market, One of America’s largest and oldest public markets, housed since 1893 in a National Historic Landmark building.  Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA (B)

Day: 5 – Travel to New York, NY - San Diego @ New York (NL)

From Philly, it’s on to the City that Never Sleeps. Catch a midday game at Citi Field as the San Diego Padres take on the New York Mets at 12:10 pm. After the game, the rest of the day is yours to explore New York City. Our hotel tonight is located right on Times Square, and features several dining options as well as prime access to Times Square and other great Manhattan attractions. For more than 50 years, the hotel has played temporary home to A-listers, dignitaries and even U.S. Presidents. Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, New York, NY (B)

Day: 6 – New York, NY - Kansas City @ New York (AL)

It's another great day in the Big Apple! See Yankee Stadium not once, but twice today! We’ll start off with a Stadium tour that will last between 45 minutes and one hour and includes visits to Monument Park, New York Yankees Museum, the Clubhouse/Batting Cage Area and the Dugout (areas visited are subject to availability). Then, we’ll explore New York City highlights with a half-day city tour that provides an overview of the sights and sounds of the city including 9/11 Memorial. Then tonight, it’s back to Yankee Stadium to see the Kansas City Royals square off against the home New York Yankees at 7:05 pm. Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, New York, NY

Day: 7 – Travel to Boston, MA

This morning we depart for historic Boston and the legendary home of the Red Sox, Fenway Park.  We’ll arrive early enough to soak in the atmosphere along Yawkey Way or view the many quirks that make Fenway so unique such as the “Triangle”, “Williamsburg” “The Green Monster” or “Pesky’s Pole”.  Embassy Suites by Hilton Boston, Boston, MA

Day 8 - Boston, MA

Enjoy a breakfast at the hotel and then depart at leisure.  The hotel provides a courtesy shuttle to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS).  (B)

Departure Date: Tour Status: Price Per Person (U.S. Dollars):
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July 21, 2018 Available Scheduled$2,595$3,595$2,335

Arrival Instructions

Arrive to Washington, D.C. by 4:00 pm via Washington Regan National Airport (DCA)


Departure Instructions

Depart from Boston, MA after anytime via Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)


Payment Policy

Deposit: $ 200.00 per person due at time of booking - final payment due 90 days prior to departure


Cancellation Policy

Final payment due 90 days prior to departure. If written notice of cancellation is received at our Hatfield office 90+ days prior to departure, a refund less $200 administrative fee will be sent. Third party travel insurance is available and recommended.

Deluxe Motorcoach Transfers Between Cities and To/From Events
Tour Host
Final Document Package
Passport to Baseball and "stamp" for each ballpark visited
24 Hour Trip Assistance
Trip Souvenir
Hotel Taxes
Pre-nights available from $94/person.
Post-nights available from $134/person.

Itinerary

Day: 1 - Arrivals

Arrival in Washington D.C.  by 4:00 PM. The suggested arrival airport is Washington Regan National Airport (DCA). A trip reception is included to give you a chance to meet and greet the host and the other travelers. The reception includes a meal and non-alcoholic beverages. Kick off this baseball adventure with our Umps Eye View program. Gain an inside look into Baseball and enjoy stories and Q&A from former Big League Umpire of 26 years Al Clark. Capital Hilton, Washington, DC (D)

Day 2 – Washington D.C, Atlanta @ Washington

Most of the morning is at leisure enjoy a short stroll to the Lafayette Square or maybe the White House.  The Capital Hilton is only 2 blocks away from 3 different Metro stations so the possibilities are endless.  Close to mid-day and we’re off to National Park for a 1:35pm game between the Braves and Nationals. Capital Hilton, Washington, DC

 

Day: 3 -  Travel to Baltimore, MD - Boston  @ Baltimore

We'll start the day by heading north to Baltimore for a tour of Camden Yards. See Oriole Park at Camden Yards from a whole new perspective. Enjoy the charm of the ballpark from club level suites, the press level, and even the Orioles dugout. Take a Stroll Through The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball! (areas visited and tour are pending availability).  Then, meet the Babe with a stop at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. Since opening in 1974, the Birthplace has served as a monument to the life and times of "The Babe.” Tonight features our last game of this amazing baseball road trip experience as the Boston Red Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles at 7:05 pm in Oriole Park at Camden Yards, where we toured earlier this trip. Our hotel is located just across the street from the left field gate and within easy walking distance of all the Inner Harbor sights, attractions and shops. Hampton Inn Baltimore-Downtown/Convention Center, Baltimore, MD

Day: 4 – Travel to Philadelphia, PA -  Los Angeles @ Philadelphia

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, is the next leg of this awesome baseball road trip. We’ll stop visit the Liberty Bell and National Constitution Center. The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is a bell of great historic significance. It’s is one of the most prominent symbols associated with the American Revolutionary War. The National Constitution Center, the World's only museum dedicated to the U.S. Constitution, is just 2 short blocks from the Liberty Bell. Tonight, enjoy another great game as the Los Angeles Dodgers match-up against the Philadelphia Phillies at 7:05 PM at Citizens Bank Park. Our hotel is next door to Philadelphia’s fame Reading Terminal Market, One of America’s largest and oldest public markets, housed since 1893 in a National Historic Landmark building.  Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA (B)

Day: 5 – Travel to New York, NY - San Diego @ New York (NL)

From Philly, it’s on to the City that Never Sleeps. Catch a midday game at Citi Field as the San Diego Padres take on the New York Mets at 12:10 pm. After the game, the rest of the day is yours to explore New York City. Our hotel tonight is located right on Times Square, and features several dining options as well as prime access to Times Square and other great Manhattan attractions. For more than 50 years, the hotel has played temporary home to A-listers, dignitaries and even U.S. Presidents. Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, New York, NY (B)

Day: 6 – New York, NY - Kansas City @ New York (AL)

It's another great day in the Big Apple! See Yankee Stadium not once, but twice today! We’ll start off with a Stadium tour that will last between 45 minutes and one hour and includes visits to Monument Park, New York Yankees Museum, the Clubhouse/Batting Cage Area and the Dugout (areas visited are subject to availability). Then, we’ll explore New York City highlights with a half-day city tour that provides an overview of the sights and sounds of the city including 9/11 Memorial. Then tonight, it’s back to Yankee Stadium to see the Kansas City Royals square off against the home New York Yankees at 7:05 pm. Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, New York, NY

Day: 7 – Travel to Boston, MA

This morning we depart for historic Boston and the legendary home of the Red Sox, Fenway Park.  We’ll arrive early enough to soak in the atmosphere along Yawkey Way or view the many quirks that make Fenway so unique such as the “Triangle”, “Williamsburg” “The Green Monster” or “Pesky’s Pole”.  Embassy Suites by Hilton Boston, Boston, MA

Day 8 - Boston, MA

Enjoy a breakfast at the hotel and then depart at leisure.  The hotel provides a courtesy shuttle to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS).  (B)

Pricing & Availability

Inclusions

Deluxe Motorcoach Transfers Between Cities and To/From Events
Tour Host
Final Document Package
Passport to Baseball and "stamp" for each ballpark visited
24 Hour Trip Assistance
Trip Souvenir
Hotel Taxes
Pre-nights available from $94/person.
Post-nights available from $134/person.



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