I had a question about taking the tour at ballparks to throw out there. The only park that we have taken the tour of is Wrigley and it was great, mostly because of the history surrounding the ballpark. This year we are going to St. Louis and I was thinking of doing the tour of Busch Stadium. I was wondering if anyone else had any experiences doing tours of any stadiums they could share. Which ballpark tours were worth it? Which ones weren't? Thanks!
We took the tour of Fenway Park..it was great seeing inside the scoreboard etc. It started to rain about halfway along the warning track so we ended up having to wait it out under center field. Knowledgeable tour guides!!
The tours of Coors Field are better than the average ballpark tour. I take a tour every year or so and always learn something new about the stadium. If in the area, I'd definitely recommend it.
I was disappointed in the Turner Field tour. It was too rushed and the guide didn't really seem to be interested in visitors questions.
Safeco does a good tour and provides a lot of history information during the tour.
The Busch tour is fine and I'd recommend taking it with all the Cardinals baseball history.
Busch Stadium is a really great tour. So was Coors Field. I'd recommend them both. As someone else said, take the Budweiser tour too. Out of the big three (Miller, Coors, Bud), I would rank that one as my favorite.
In addition to the ballpark tour in St. Louis, the new Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum at Ballpark Village is worth doing.