Doubleday Field Tours (April - October)
Tours of Doubleday Field are available to the public. A 1-hour session, including a talk on the history of the ballpark and an opportunity to go on the field, will be led by a local historian (Tom Heitz, former Librarian at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Jeff Katz, former Mayor of Cooperstown and author, or Pete Henrici, SABR member /researcher and former owner of Baseball Nostalgia). Tours will be available to groups, with a maximum of 20. (Larger groups should contact us at the email address below).
The tours, usually slated from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM, will begin at the Grandstand entrance to Doubleday Field. There may some flexibility on times; it's totally dependent on the game schedule.
Admission is $20 per person. Each tour member will receive an exclusive Friends of Doubleday logo pin, created by the foremost sports graphic designer in the country, Todd Radom.
There are no pre-scheduled tours, so advance booking and payment is required. Contact us in advance at email@example.com to reserve your place for this special event.
Each tour member will receive an exclusive Friends of Doubleday pin, featuring a logo created by the foremost sports graphic designer in the country, Todd Radom.