Few cities exhibit baseball fever like St. Louis, and a Cardinal’s home game is not to be missed if you’re visiting; just be sure to wear something red. However, if you’re timing is off, tours of the stadium are held on all the other days of the year. See the locker rooms, the press box, the 11 World Series trophies, and learn lots of insider trivia about the Cardinal organization and the construction of the third Busch Stadium completed in 2006. Unfortunately, there’s no touching that beautiful natural turf or running of the bases. Tours take about an hour and depart from Gate 5. Advance ticket sales are not possible, so get there early to make sure you get the tour you want; tours often sell out. The stadium also includes a Build-a-Bear Workshop dedicated to making Fredbirds, the team mascot.
Recent Traveler Reviews
No better stadium to watch a game
The Cardinals are a fun team to watch but this stadium is incredible as well. It's situated right downtown and most of the stadium has an awesome view of the St. Louis Arch! The food…
by John W
I am biased on this review being a life long Cardinals fan. We have been in the open seats and we have had seats in the Legends and other sitting areas. We may pay more…