Comerica Park Tour

Comerica Park Tour

Comerica Park Tour

The Home of the Detroit Tigers has a long and storied history that fans of baseball can enjoy no matter their favorite team. Fans who come to Comerica Park marvel at the additional experiences that go beyond simply watching the game. Of special note are the Comerica Carousel which features 30 hand painted tigers and two chariots (that are wheelchair accessible) and the 50 foot tall Fly Ball Ferris Wheel has cars shaped like baseballs and carry 5 people in each car.

Fans can also take pictures of themselves next to statues of 6 of the Tiger Greats, including Ty Cobb, Charlie Gehringer, Hank Greenberg, Willie Horton, and Hal Newhouser. And that is just the beginning of every fans experience at Comerica Park.

Official Comerica Park Tours are offered June through September on Tuesdays and Fridays, and tickets can be purchased on the same day of the tour. The tours are only offered on non-game and non-event days, so check the schedule to make sure you can take a tour when you want to visit. You can buy your tickets at the Box Office located at Witherell Street.

Fans will see the visitor’s dugout and clubhouse, batting tunnel, Ernie Harwell Media Center, Walk of Fame, and the Party Suite. Tours start at the Tiger Club Lobby. Guides request that guests arrive at least 15 minutes early as tours start on schedule. Each tour lasts about one hour. Tickets are:

Adults: $6
Kids (4 to 14): $3
Kids under 4 years: Free
Tiger Club Kids get one free public tour during the season.

Groups of 15 or more people may visit year-round on non-game and non-event days. Reservations must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance and are required for large group tours. If you come by car, parking is located in Lot #1 and costs $3 per car. If your group comes by bus the group can be dropped off at the Lobby and the bus parked in the service drive near the park.

Fans of the game will love the experience and enjoy learning about the long history of the Tigers. Those who love fans of baseball, but not necessarily the game, will love to learn about the history of Comerica Park and what it has meant to the city’s history. Come on out for an hour of fun and share your love of the game with those you love.

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