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Baseball, History of America’s Pastime: Part II


Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, Cooperstown, Hoboken, Polo Grounds site


This is a great itinerary. The tickets for both games are excellent, and if you have never spent time at the Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown, you have missed one of life's great experiences. It isn't an inexpensive trip, as Boston and New York are not cheap destinations. In addition to the Cooperstown stay, we have a special presentation at the Hall of Fame, a hotel within walking distance of Yankee Stadium, a visit to the brand new Jackie Robinson Museum and tours of Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park.



Daily Itinerary

Day 1

Early departure from Sacramento on United, board for Newark via Denver. Arrive in late afternoon. Accommodations for the first night at the Marriott in the Newark Airport. A casual dinner is included after arrival. (D) 

Day 2

The new Jackie Robinson Museum is scheduled to open this spring. It's part of our itinerary today, along with a visit to the site of Ebbets Field in Brooklyn and the Polo Grounds, not far from Yankee Stadium. You'll also tour the ballpark. Lodging for the night at one of the only hotels within walking distance of the ballpark, the Best Western Plus Stadium Inn. Tonight, watch the Yankees play the team caught stealing signs the last few years, the Houston Astros. (FB) 

Day 3

The Gates of Heaven Cemetery is the final resting place for a couple of baseball legends, Babe Ruth and Billy Martin, along with some other names you will recognize. We will pay our respect, and then head to New Jersey, to visit the Yogi Berra Museum and Hoboken, where it is said the first baseball game took place. Then we travel on to Cooperstown, arriving in late afternoon.

The Hotel Otesaga is your home for two nights. It sits right on the lake and has lots of rocking chairs on the back porch! It is where the Hall of Famers stay for the annual induction. You'll enjoy breakfast and dinner each morning/evening in the dining room. (B,L,D)

Day 4

Depart for the Hall of Fame after breakfast. Our visit includes a special presentation of artifacts (and the stories behind them) which is open only to our group. Explore the Hall at your leisure, with shuttles back to the hotel all afternoon. There are lots of souvenir shops and cafes in tiny Cooperstown, and one of the best small bakeries in the country! (FB,D)

Day 5

Travel to Boston today, with a stop in Holliston, MA. This community's claim to baseball fame lies in the old poem, Casey at the Bat. Lunch in town is at.....Casey's, where else? Arrive in Boston in late afternoon. Sheraton Boston - 2 Nights (FB,L) 

Day 6

Tour Fenway Park this morning and watch the Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles this afternoon. (FB)

Day 6

A guided tour of Boston awaits this morning, with a stop at historic Quincy Market for lunch. Arrive at the airport in time for your mid-afternoon flight, arriving home about 7:30pm, once again connecting in Denver. (FB)

Don't miss the first part of our Baseball, History of America’s Pastime tour (May 2, 2020 - May, 9 2020) can be booked at 

Daily Itinerary Meal Legend
CBContinental Breakfast
BGenerally a limited buffet or menu
FBFull buffet or choice of menu
BRBrunch, often buffet-style
LLunch, often several menu options
HT or ATHigh or Afternoon Tea
DDinner, often several menu options


Tuesday, September 22, 2020 to Monday, September 28, 2020

7 Days, 11 Meals

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