The Yankees Stadium Classic Tour is hosted at 12 noon and 1:00pm daily. However, if the tour sells out other times may be offered to the public based on availability. Tickets are available for advance purchase at www.yankees.com up until 11:00am on the day of the tour. Tickets may also be purchased at the Yankee Stadium Advance Ticket Windows, at any Yankee Stadium Clubhouse Shop or at Ticketmaster outlets.
The Ticket Windows will be open daily from 9:00am-5:00pm (Monday-Saturday) and from 10:00am-4:00pm (Sunday) throughout the season.
Classic tour ticket purchases for individuals are limited to 11 tickets per order. For larger groups, please contact the Yankee Stadium Tours Department at (718) 579-4594 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRICE FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Children (14 & under) & Senior Citizens (60 & over): $15.00
GROUP TOURS (12-50 people ONLY)*:
All tour time slots may combine groups to maximize 50 people per tour. Group tours are booked based on availability from 10:00am-4:00pm, and must be reserved in advance by calling 718-579-4594, or via email at email@example.com.
Children (14 & under) and Senior Citizens (60 & over): $8.00
SPECIAL WEEKDAY PRICES FOR SCHOOLS:
High School Students: $9.00
Grammar/Middle School Students: $6.00
What's not to love if you're going to watch the New York Yankees play? It's a really great stadium & we were lucky enough to go 3 times (2 loses - 1 wins :) ) Our friend had tickets and couldn't make it anyway we ended up getting food & bringing it in with us they make you put it in a clear bag but it was definitely cheaper than the prices at the stadium, nonetheless we love it here & go back every chance we get!
We just went to the newly built Yankee Stadium in 2009 and had a wonderful trip! The Yankee's lost, but the stadium was impressive! It is huge and the stadium offered many food and drink vendors. As expected, the prices of everything were astronomical, but what do you expect? Ushers were helpful in finding your seats and the bathrooms were very clean. I would definitely visit again, go Yankee's!!
This place is INCREDIBLE! Even if you are not a Yankee fan (we are!), everyone in your family will enjoy this. It is definitely a sight to be seen!!! We were really really sad we couldn't see a game while there, but there were still other things to see. The park has a million different things to look at and that hallway of greats is amazing. The restaurants are PRICEY. Don't eat there. Also, the stadium is surrounded by nothing. It is a little out of the way, but so amazing.
The "Old" Yankee stadium held the air of history. We attended a game during Bat Day and all the kids were given bats, which was a bonus. The new stadium is sleeker but doesn't hold the memories the one across the street from it does. The museum housed in one of the sections bring you back to the time of the "Babe" and baseball fans will cherish their first trip here.
We got an up-close and personal tour, everything from the stadium, to the press room, to the lockers. Plus we've watched a tons of games there. Here are some photos. Your kids will love it (even if they are not baseball pro's)
The neighborhood is kinda seedy though. Watch your wallet!
Home of the American League New York Yankees, this is “the house that Ruth built.” The Bronx Bombers play from mid-April to early October, with special promotional days with hat, bat, and glove giveaways scheduled throughout the season. So take your family out to the ball game, buy them some peanuts and Cracker Jacks, and see the best ballplayers in the business, right here in the Bronx.
Great if you are a baseball fan. Visiting the historic "House That Babe Built" is a treat even for casual fans. The new stadium is right across the street, I think.
It wa s a nice place to go and watch the Yankees play. It was in a bad neighborhood, but that did not stop anyone from going.
If you were a baseball fan, this was the place to go.