Cleveland Indians to resume tours of Progressive Field May 1

Fans can go behind the scenes at the ballpark to view many exclusive areas not available on gamedays

Cleveland, OH-The Cleveland Indians will resume tours of Progressive Field on Friday, May 1, with all proceeds benefiting Cleveland Indians Charities.

Fans can go behind the scenes to explore the most popular areas at the ballpark, including many typically not available to fans on gamedays. Those areas include (subject to change):

  • Home Run Porch
  • Heritage Park
  • Bullpens
  • The new Right Field District (including new neighborhood restaurants)
  • The Corner
  • Warning track
  • Visitors clubhouse (select days)
  • Home dugout
  • Batting cages
  • Terrace Club and Bob Feller exhibit (public tours only)

Tours are available in several packages:

  • Public: $10 for adults; $8 for children (14 and under) and senior citizens (60 and over)
  • Group: Group tours are available for $320 and include 40 tickets. Additional tickets are available at $8 each.
  • School: Cleveland Indians Charities presents a special tour program for schools.

Tour tickets can be purchased at the Progressive Field Team Shop, box office or by calling 216.420.HITS or emailing

Since Progressive Field opened in 1994, hundreds of thousands of patrons have toured Progressive Field and benefited Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC). CIC is the self-sustaining charitable arm of the Cleveland Indians that concentrates on creative partnerships with select organizations that focus on youth education and recreation. Since its inception in 1989, CIC has donated nearly $10 million to youth-oriented agencies and organizations throughout Northeast Ohio.