The new crown jewel of downtown San Diego, PETCO Park Tours gives you baseball Southern California style, complete with swaying palm trees and a sandy beach beyond centerfield!
Interactive, guided PETCO Park Tours describes the ballpark's unique features and takes you behind the scenes to enjoy restricted-access areas that few get to see. Discover 'writer's row' in the press box, learn about the historic Western Metal Supply Co. Building, and explore the Padres' dugout.
Other highlights of the tour include an inside look at the exclusive premium lounge and private luxury suite, dugouts and the bullpen, the warning track and the official Padres dugout.
PETCO Park Tours typically cover about a mile and a half, beginning with a behind the scenes viewpoint of the party suites in the Western Metal Supply building. The tour also takes you into other luxurious and exclusive suites on the Toyota Terrace level. You will eventually enter the press box, where announcers call out a play by play of your favorite games!
Most people's favorite part of PETCO Park Tours is entering the Padres dugout. You get to walk down the exact same tunnel that players take from their clubhouse to the field! You can walk up the steps, into the sunlight, along the warning track, and behind home plate for a fantastic view!
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Comments about Smart Destinations PETCO Park Tours:
Very informative behind the scenes tour of Petco Park. You get to see everything from food service and grounds maintenance to the press box and player dugout. While my family is not Padres fans, we do love baseball, and we had a lot of fun seeing the different areas of the ballpark that are normally off limits to the fans. If you go when the Padres are out of town, you get to see the player locker room. We were there on a game day, so we didn't get this part of the tour. My boys (9 and 11) enjoyed sitting in the press box and the dugout. The tour guide was very informative and knowledgeable about both the park and baseball.