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Amy C.
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Report | 2 years ago
My tour was lead by an intern and he did an amazing job! It was fun and very informative! I would recommend the tour to everyone and have done so!
jill a.
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Report | 2 years ago
The Astros tour was fascinating and the tour leader was wonderful!
Anna E.
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Report | 2 years ago
Our guide on MLK Day was wonderful. She is an Astro fan and knows the team. Excellent!!!
Dr D.
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Report | 2 years ago
good deal
eva a.
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Report | 2 years ago
It was really great to hear the history as well as see behind the scenes. I will also try the reliant stadium.
Claudia
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Report | 2 years ago
The stadium tour was very comprehensive and unrushed, and the tour guide was great!

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The 2004 MLB All-Star Game. The longest baseball game in postseason history. Craig Biggio’s 3,000th hit. For a stadium that just opened in 2000, Minute Maid Park has already hosted its share of memory-making moments. Astros fans pack the field’s 40,963 seats during baseball season. The Astros invite fans to take in full-field views from luxury boxes and terrace decks or track players from seats along the first and third baselines situated within 43 feet of the game's action. The stadium welcomes teams and performers from across the spectrum of sports and entertainment. Whether tracking the pitch during international soccer face-offs or jamming to tunes of artists including Madonna and Taylor Swift, visitors stay comfortable beneath a retractable roof designed to combat the unique climate conditions that Texas weather can present.

Designed with Texas’s railway history in mind, the park blends naturally into the classic red brick and glass looks of nearby Union Station. A full-sized vintage locomotive runs intermittent trips along 800 feet of track along the left-field wall, giving fans a glimpse of Wild West transportation and the lead character of next summer’s Cowboys Vs. Transformers.

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