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2018 WEST COAST TOURS 

Travel the Pacific Coast for a tour of Major League Baseball's western ballparks. Our West Coast Tours include a variety of baseball stadiums, old and new. The venerable Dodger Stadium is a crown jewel of ballparks, while AT&T Park is a modern marvel with fan amenities and features unsurpassed in professional sports. Choose a Full West Coast Tour on which you will visit all the ballparks and cities; or select a “mini” version featuring the ballparks in SoCal and the Bay Area. All tours feature premium seats for every game, first class hotels in the hearts of the cities, a Big League Player Experience, on-tour transportation, VIP stadium tours, and much more.

WEST COAST BASEBALL STADIUMS 

2015_LAD.jpgDODGER STADIUM - LOS ANGELES DODGERS
Dodger Stadium opened to the public in 1962 and underwent renovations starting in 2006. If you look out the back of this park, you can see a beautiful mountain range as well as the Hollywood sign. You can find the world famous foot long Dodger Dog at every concourse in the stadium.

2015_LAA.jpgANGEL STADIUM - LOS ANGELES ANGELS
Angel Stadium of Anaheim has been home to the Los Angeles Angels since 1966. This stadium has numerous interesting qualities including the giant helmets outside the stadium’s front entrance and the rock fountain beyond center field.

2015_SD.jpgPETCO PARK - SAN DIEGO PADRES
Located in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, PETCO Park opened in 2004 and is home to the San Diego Padres. Fans can enjoy views of the San Diego Bay and city skyline from their seats. One of the most interesting features about Petco is the Western Metal Supply Co. building located in the left field corner.

2015_SF.jpgAT&T PARK - SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS
AT&T Park is known for its spectacular bay-view seats, but you better bring your jacket as it tends to be chilly before the sun breaks through the fog in early day games and at night. Still, the fans are fanatical about their 2010, 2012 & 2014 World Champion Giants. AT&T Park is believed to be one of the best because of features like the Coke bottle slide, Levi's mitt, garlic fries, and a Build-a-Bear Workshop for the kids.

2015_OAK.jpgOAKLAND COLISEUM - OAKLAND A'S 
Owned by the City of Oakland and Alameda County, the Coliseum houses more than just a baseball team. O.Co hosts concerts, conventions, and also the Oakland Raiders. The stadium sits next to Oracle Arena where the NBA’s Golden State Warriors play their home games.

2015_SEA.jpgSAFECO FIELD - SEATTLE MARINERS
Opening in 1999, Safeco Field has great views of the Seattle skyline and a one-of-a-kind sunset. Some seafood which is not available in other ballparks including crab sandwiches in left field is one thing that makes Safeco unique.

2015_ARI.jpgCHASE FIELD - ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS
Built in 1998, the park can hold more than 48,000 fans and is the first stadium to have a retractable roof. The roof is left open just long enough to make sure the harsh heat and sunlight don't damage the grass. Chase Field has a pool in their outfield that can be rented by up to 35 guests for gameday. 

2015_COL.jpgCOORS FIELD - COLORADO ROCKIES
Coors Field which seats more than 50,000 fans opened in 1995 in the lower downtown neighborhood of Denver. Playing off of Denver's love for microbreweries, fans can find the Blue Moon Brewery located behind right field which features craft beers and serves as a restaurant as well. Unlike any other stadium, the 20th row of seats in the upper deck are purple to determine the mile high point of the stadium.

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