Fans of the Cards are proud of their teams winning history and strong traditions. The Cardinals started out in 1882 as the St Louis Brown Stockings. A few years later they changed to the St. Louis Browns. Eventually the team found the right name as the Cardinals. One of the most revered names in baseball, Stan Musial proudly led his team to championships again and again.
Now fans can visit their favorite team at the Busch Stadium that opened its gates in 2006. The Cardinals once again made history by becoming the only team in the history of MLB to win the World Series in its stadium during the inaugural season.
Tours are conducted year-round to show of such features as the Radio Broadcast booth, World Series trophies in the Champion Club, and they get to see the field from the Cardinal’s Dugout. Fans love this retro styled stadium that sits under the Shadows of the Gateway Arch, which is an awe inspiring sight no matter how many times you have seen it.
Off season tours are offered from Oct- March, unless they make it to the playoffs, in which case October schedules will be adjusted to accommodate the extended season. Tour are conducted at 11 am and 12:30 pm. There are some dates that are blacked out that fans should be aware if that includes:
Christmas Eve and Day
New Year’s Eve and Day
During regular baseball season tours are conducted at 9:30 am, 12:30 pm, and 2:00 pm. If there is a day game, there will be no offered at home games. No tours are offered when there are special events at the stadium either. If a game starts at 6:15, there are tours conducted, but not the 2 pm tour.
Tickets may be purchased online 24 hours prior to your selected tour time or they can be bought at the Tour Ticket office, which is located at Gate 3. Tickets cost:
Busch Stadium Tour Prices:
Adults: $10 ($7 as a group)
Kids 15 and under: $6 ($5 as a group)
Under age 3: Free
Group tickets must be reserved, paid and confirmed 2 weeks in advance. Military personnel must show ID.