It’s all about Baseball!
National Ballpark Museum, Coors Field, and Baseball Trivia
Join NAI’s deputy director, baseball enthusiast, and helmet sundae cup collector Paul Caputo on a fun-filled evening with private guided tours of the National Ballpark Museum and Coors Field, home to Major League Baseball’s Colorado Rockies. First up is the National Ballpark Museum, recognized my Smithsonian Books as one of the top 21 finest private baseball collections in the world, and a one-of-a-kind treasure that includes ballpark memorabilia from Ebbets Field, Forbes Field, and the Polo Grounds. Afterwards, get behind the scenes at Coors Field, one of Major League Baseball’s premier stadiums.
End the evening at a local restaurant where the group will play a baseball trivia game led by Paul!
Maximum Number of Participants: 20
Minimum Number of Participants: 5
Meals: None included, but we’ll hit a restaurant near the ballpark (self-pay) after the tours.
Suggested Gear: Weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable shoes
Accessible: Yes, attendees will take the 16th Street shuttle and walk three blocks. Some city streets may be hard to maneuver
Transportation: 16th Street shuttle or guided walking with group. Sites are located approximately one mile from hotel.