For many fans, just the journey to Cooperstown is the moment of a lifetime.
Hatfield, MA (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
The 2013 baseball season just ended, and avid baseball fans are already thinking about visiting Cooperstown, New York and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum during Hall of Fame Weekend July 25-28, 2014. From the July 27 Induction Ceremony for the legends of the game, to the Hall of Fame Parade of Legends, to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum itself—every moment of Induction Weekend creates a lifetime memory. To make that visit even more spectacular, Sports Travel and Tours, a New England-based sports tours operator, has created an unforgettable trip to highlight these events during this Hall of Fame Weekend.
The Induction Plus Baseball Road Trip is a tour that packs a lot of baseball into dive days. Day one starts with a game at historic Yankee Stadium. Then turn two as fans join in the excitement in Cooperstown Saturday and Sunday. A day of baseball history beckons on Saturday, July 26 as you immerse yourself in the sport at the Hall of Fame and enjoy the Awards Presentation at Doubleday Field. And then on Sunday a once-in-a-lifetime event: the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Cap the trip off with a visit to Boston and historic Fenway Park, home of the 2013 World Champions.
For many fans, just the journey to Cooperstown is the moment of a lifetime. The first “big event” of the weekend is the Hall of Fame Events and Awards Presentation at Doubleday Field on Saturday afternoon, an amazing, memorable beginning to the weekend. With Sports Travel and Tours, there is also a trip reception the evening before, meeting tour hosts and other travelers who share a love of baseball. Travelers also do not fret over searching for comfortable accommodations, cramped travel to Cooperstown, crowded parking, finding breakfast or trip assistance—all these problems are erased, so that baseball legends are the only focus.
Saturday night is a favorite for travelers: the Hall of Fame Parade of Legends, including the new inductees to the Hall of Fame. Sunday brings the Induction Ceremony, with reserved lawn seating on comfortable chairs provided by Sports Travel and Tours. Between events, a two-day admission pass to the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is provided. Since the Museum’s collection of artifacts numbers more than 40,000 (including hundreds accessioned in 2012), there is always something different to see from the iconic history of the game. Travelers also receive a National Baseball Hall of Fame Membership, which includes a Hall of Fame Yearbook, discounts to the Museum store and other benefits. For those who opt for the VIP upgrade, a special, reserved seat for the Sunday Induction Ceremony is available in the same area as players’ families and veterans, and join them as they cheer new Hall of Famers.
The Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend and Induction Plus Baseball Road Trip, packed with memories, unique experiences, and more, will fill quickly. Fans should book their trips soon to see the legends of both yesterday and today.