Progressive Field With Kids – 3 Things To Know
Posted by Kurt Smith
Visiting Progressive Field with kids is a treat for parents these days. In addition to a large, fantastic and partially climate-controlled play area, the Indians offer great deals for families.
Here are three things you should know about when bringing the children to an Indians game:
Progressive Field With Kids, Tip #1) Get KeyBank Kids Tickets. The Tribe gives two discounted tickets for kids with one adult ticket; the seats are in the mezzanine section near the kids area.
The kids area at Progressive is among the best I’ve seen; there’s an indoor multi-level play section with a big slide, and a “Little League Park” spot with a wiffle ball field, climbing wall and batting cages. Whatever the weather, the kids have a place to play.
The best part? From most of the area, Dad (or Mom!) can keep one eye on the game.
Progressive Field With Kids, Tip #2) Go On Sunday. Sundays are Kids Days and include pre-game entertainment on Larry Doby Way; kids can interview players and get their pictures taken with the hot dog race mascots. After the game they can run the bases – a very popular promotion.
But if you can’t make it for a Sunday game…
Progressive Field With Kids, Tip #3) Try Friday Nights. If the little ones don’t mind the noise and like fireworks, take them to see the Rock-N-Blast show on Fridays after the game. The very impressive (and very popular) shows include a musical theme, like the Beatles, one-hit wonders, etc.
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