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  • About the Yankee Stadium VIP Legend Tour

    For the true-blue Yankee fan, the stadium in the Bronx is hallowed ground. This is still “The House That Ruth Built,” even though it isn’t, exactly -- the field where Babe Ruth hit an inaugural home run in the season of 1923, batting a Yankee-record of .393 that year, was replaced by a new state-of-the-art facility in 2009.

    The stadium where today’s Yankees play has all the modern amenities you would expect from the nation’s biggest-money franchise, but it is also a place where the flame of history is carefully tended. The Legend tour will give you an insider’s view that will thrill any Yankee faithful.

    You may visit some of the stadium’s highlights and have lunch in the company of two former Yankee players. The roster of potential Yankee greats who might join you includes Dwight Gooden, Mickey Rivers, Ron Guidry, Jeff Nelson, Oscar Gamble, Roy White, Jesse Barfield, Homer Bush, Charlie Hayes, John Montefusco, Mike Torrez and many others, although you won’t know who’s showing up until the day of the tour.

    The player will accompany you as you make the rounds of the stadium’s top attractions, sharing his insights and anecdotes along the way. You’ll see the team clubhouse, one of the most luxurious in the majors, featuring everything from a player lounge to indoor batting cages. You’ll visit the fabled Monument Park, where plaques and memorials pay tribute to the team’s bygone greats, and the retired numbers of players such as Mickey Mantle, Phil Rizzuto, and Ron Guidry hang in their memory. You’ll check out the press box, the Yankee Stadium Museum, the batting cages, and the Great Hall. A highlight of the tour is the chance to step on the playing field and enter the Yankee dugout, where you will be able to stop and ask your own personal Yankee legend tour guide questions about his career and take as many pictures as you like. (The clubhouse, batting cages, and dugout are off limits on game days, so plan accordingly.)

    The two players will accompany you as you make the rounds of the stadium’s top attractions, sharing his insights and anecdotes along the way. You’ll see the team clubhouse, one of the most luxurious in the majors, featuring everything from a player lounge to indoor batting cages. You’ll visit the fabled Monument Park, where plaques and memorials pay tribute to the team’s bygone greats, and the retired numbers of players such as Mickey Mantle, Phil Rizzuto, and Ron Guidry hang in their memory. You’ll check out the press box, the Yankee Stadium Museum, the batting cages, and the Great Hall. A highlight of the tour is the chance to step on the playing field and enter the Yankee dugout, where you will be able to stop and ask your own personal Yankee legend tour guide questions about his career and take as many pictures as you like. (The clubhouse, batting cages, and dugout are off limits on game days, so plan accordingly.)

    “Owning the Yankees is like owning the Mona Lisa,” the late Yankee owner George Steinbrenner once said. This tour is like getting your own private viewing of a baseball masterpiece.

    After the tour, you'll enjoy lunch at the Hard Rock Café in Yankee Stadium. Here you will be able to continue your conversation with the Yankee player over a relaxed meal and receive a signed photo of him. This is also the chance to get his autograph, so bring a pen and any balls or other memorabilia you want inked.

    Tour Length
    Approximately 45 minutes to an hour touring the stadium, plus approximately one and a half to two hours for lunch.

    Did you know?
    The current Yankee stadium, which opened in 2009, was designed to replicate many features of the 1923 original, including the façade and the dimensions of the field, but it has 63 percent more space inside.

    That’s the finest Kentucky bluegrass you see out there (custom-grown in New Jersey).

    The Yankees players have the run of a 30,000-square-foot clubhouse with a deluxe range of equipment, including a hydrotherapy pool complete with underwater treadmill. Each player’s locker also has a safety deposit box and a touch-screen computer.

    Details
    Meet your tour at Gate 6 at least 20 minutes prior to your reserved time slot and check in with the Yankee Stadium security staff. Gate 6 is located directly outside the subway on 161st Street and River Avenue. Note: Certain sites on the tour might be inaccessible on game day or due to special events. Still photos only, no videos allowed. The Yankees reserve the right to change or cancel all or part of any tour at any time.

    The Yankees have to right to cancel or change any tour stop at any time.
  • This tour will be a dream come true for the Yankee fan in your life. Even grown men and women feel like starry-eyed kids surveying the diamond for the very first time.

    Good for kids?
    Does your son or daughter sleep with a mitt under the mattress and a poster of Derek Jeter on the bedroom wall? A Legend tour will be an amazing chance to get an up-close look at the field of dreams where the big-leaguers make it all happen, and learn some history to boot.
  • Yankee Stadium Location Information:

    1 East 161st Street
    Bronx, NY 10451

    Nearest subway and train
    4, B, D to 161st - Yankee Stadium

    Metro-North Hudson Line to Yankees - E. 153rd St. Station
Yankee Stadium VIP Legend Tour

Yankee Stadium

1 East 161st Street
Bronx, NY 10451

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