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Behind the Scenes Tour

Groundbreaking for the Detroit Tigers’ current home took place on October 29, 1997, and the team played their first season there in 2000. The resulting goal realized is a combination of a classic design for the seating area with amusement and entertainment features that are unique to Comerica Park. This tour is your chance to get a behind-the scenes look of the ballpark, including the Home Dugout, Visiting Clubhouse, Visiting Batting Tunnel, Champions Club, Ernie Harwell Media Center, Detroit Tigers Walk of Fame and a Party Suite. Call Rebecca Hope at 313-833.1801 for more information.

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  • Comerica Park

    2100 Woodward Ave., Detroit Downtown Detroit

    (313) 471-2255

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