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Field Trips are available Monday through Friday with tours running at 9:30am, 11:30am and 1:30pm. The 1:30pm tour is not available when the Astros have an evening home game. These tours are by appointment only and require a minimum of 25 guests. To schedule your Field Trip, please email [email protected].

Educational Tour (1st through 8th Grade)

Educational Tours are a great way to put a spin on learning.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame offers an educational program which provides lesson plans aligned with various subjects. Each lesson plan is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and English Language Arts. Additionally, many of our lessons support Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) learning goals.

To view these lesson plans, click here.

Cost: $6 per student (3-15 years), $10 per teacher/staff member, $20 per chaperone over age 15

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Career Day Tour (6th Grade through College)

Career Day Tours offer an in-depth look at Minute Maid Park and its rich baseball history as well as a unique and memorable behind-the-scenes look at the operations and career path of the department of your choice. The Career Day tour will take you to the Bank of America Suite Level, Honda Club Level, Press Box and Astros Dugout and include a career-oriented guest speaker.

Cost: $10 per student/teacher/staff member, $20 per chaperone over age 15

STEM Tour (6th Grade through College)

Minute Maid Park is a unique Houston location for your students to experience science, technology, engineering, and math in the world of baseball. STEM Tours offer an in-depth look at the physics of baseball, how statistics are computed and used, the engineering marvels of a retractable roof stadium, and more.

Cost: $10 per student/teacher/staff member, $20 per chaperone over age 15

Photo Scavenger Hunt (6th Grade through College)

A fun and informative experience, our Photo Scavenger Hunt takes students on a ballpark tour where they are encouraged to take photos. At the end of the tour, a quick test is given to the students in which the answers are photos they took along the tour. The group with the most correct photo answers wins a prize.

Cost: $10 per student/teacher/staff member, $20 per chaperone over age 15