While you are in Cleveland with your group, you may want to visit Progressive Field which is the home field of the Cleveland Indians Baseball Team. There is a tour that is offered as part of the experience for your adult group to enjoy. Visitors can also examine memorabilia at the Heritage Park Indians Hall of Fame Museum. The tour of the field offers your group a behind-the-scenes look at various areas of the park. The group will see places such as the Batting Cages, the Fan Cave, the Club Lounge, the Indians Hall of Fame Museum, and the Party Suite. The tour is one hour in length. You will also have the opportunity to see the dugout during the tour. You will depart from the Progressive Field Team Shop. Tours are available from May 1st to September 6th and are hosted rain or shine. Heritage Park is part of Progressive Field and was opened in 2007. It honors the rich history of the Indians Franchise. This location has the Indians Hall of Fame Museum and other fascinating exhibits for the group to examine. The Hall of Fame has two levels of memorabilia. The first level is dedicated to players that are inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. The other floor is dedicated to other Indians icons and exhibits. There are several players who have been inducted into the hall of fame throughout the years. You will learn about players such as Sandy Alomar Jr., Carlos Baerga, Lou Bourdreau, Larry Doby, and Bob Feller.