Five-Night Land-Only (June Departure)

2023 Northeast Baseball Tours


Five-Night Land-Only (June Departure)

June 3-8, 2023

Overview & Pricing

Hotel: Hotel Commonwealth, Otesaga Resort, Refinery Hotel

Activity Level

Days: 6

Travel Host:
Sports & Entertainment Travel, LLC Staff
Email Host

"We look forward to hosting you!"

Package Overview

Join SET in the heart of baseball country as we explore the roots of American baseball! Packages include deluxe Boston, Cooperstown, and New York City hotel accommodations, Boston Red Sox game and stadium tour, exclusive Baseball Hall of Fame access, New York Yankees game and stadium tour, and more!


Package Includes:

  • Five (5) nights deluxe hotel ACCOMMODATIONS
    • Boston: June 3-4, 2023
    • Cooperstown: June 5-6, 2023
    • New York City: June 7, 2023
    • Dr. Michael Raycraft, who brings 30+ years of baseball education
  • BOSTON RED SOX ticket vs Minnesota Twins
    • Includes a private Artifact Spotlight session
  • NEW YORK YANKEES ticket vs Toronto Blue Jays
  • HARVARD YARD TOUR and lecture
  • Deluxe motor coach TRANSPORTATION for all activities, including baseball discussions throughout the trip
  • Daily BREAKFAST included
  • Official Baseball Hall of Fame SOUVENIR
  • TAXES and GRATUITIES on all included items

PLEASE NOTE: Tour begins in Boston and ends in New York City. Transportation to Boston and/or from New York City and your hometown is not included. Travel insurance is highly recommended; CLICK HERE for more information. Travelers should be comfort-able walking upwards of one mile, up and down a flight of stairs and participating in up to eight hours of activity per day.


*Pricing per person, based on occupancy.

Single Double Triple Quad
$6,129 $4,599 $4,179 $3,979


Occupancy Rules:
Max Occupancy: 4
Max Adult: 4
Max Children: 3


Hotel Commonwealth

500 Commonwealth Avenue | Boston, MA 02215


At Hotel Commonwealth, it begins with a simple premise. Taking cues from each guest to help define how we can be distinctly ‘of service’ to them – it’s a guest-changing philosophy that doesn’t live in a manual, but rather within the DNA of this brand. Unscripted hospitality plays out daily in all we do. It empowers our employees to provide incomparable, authentic service. And it has earned Hotel Commonwealth the distinction of being Boston’s most beloved hotel on Trip Advisor for three consecutive years.

Hotel Information

Standard Guestroom


Otesaga Resort

60 Lake Street | Cooperstown, NY 13326


Immerse yourself in historic elegance and charm at this sophisticated estate. Relax on the peaceful shores of Otsego Lake in a refined retreat with the genteel hospitality of a bygone era. Uniformed valets remember your name. Rocking chairs beckon on the back veranda. Breathtaking views of the countryside rejuvenate your spirit. Play a round on the award-winning Leatherstocking Golf Course or go boating on the lake. Stroll to the Village, just an eight-minute walk away – home to craft breweries, renowned art collections, and the world-famous National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum.

Hotel Information

Standard Guestroom


Refinery Hotel

63 W 38th Street - New York, NY 10018


Refinery Hotel is the imaginative reinterpretation of the Colony Arcade—a former hat factory and Prohibition-era tea room. More than 100 years of Garment District history are on display at this luxury hotel near Bryant Park. With an unprecedented degree of precision, much like the milliners before who stitched elegant hats, the hotel transformed a factory building into stylish loft rooms with soaring ceilings, the acclaimed Parker & Quinn restaurant, and our fashionable Refinery Rooftop bar.

Hotel Information

Standard Guestroom



Fenway Park

Boston, MA

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Lower Level, Base Line Tickets

Lower Level, Base Line Tickets are included to the Red Sox game on June 4 against the Tampa Bay Rays. Please note specific ticket location will not be known until tickets are sent transferred prior to arrival.


Yankee Stadium

Bronx, NY

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Lower Level, Base Line Tickets

Lower Level, Base Line Tickets are included to the Yankees game on June 7 against the Chicago White Sox. Please note specific ticket location will not be known until tickets are sent transferred prior to arrival.



Expert Tour Host

Dr. Michael Raycraft is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Illinois Department of Recreation, Sport and Tourism, and recipient of the multiple teaching awards at the College and Campus levels. Dr. Raycraft has been actively engaged with the Baseball Hall of Fame for over three decades, published two books on baseball memorabilia, and lectured extensively on the sport’s historical roots, business models, and tourism opportunities. For the last five years, he has led tours of this region and will provide our guests with a unique insider’s perspective of our high profile baseball sights and locations.


Boston Inclusions

To start our tour, we will begin in Boston, home of the Red Sox. Events include a Welcome Reception & Dinner with historical “Baseball 101” discussion with Dr. Raycraft, ticket to the Boston Red Sox vs Tampa Bay Rays game, a behind-the-scenes tour of Fenway Park, and a private tour of Harvard Yard with Dr. Steve Staples.


Cooperstown Inclusions

The next stop on our historical baseball trail takes us to Cooperstown, New York, home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Cooperstown experiences will include a group dinner and baseball lecture, National Baseball Hall of Fame Tour, and a private behind-the-scenes artifact spotlight.


New York City Inclusions

After Cooperstown we head to New York City, a city steeped in American history as well as the most decorated team in baseball history: the New York Yankees. Here we will take in a New York Yankees vs Chicago White Sox game, a behind-the-scenes Yankee Stadium tour, and farewell event.



June 3, 2023

Arrival Day – Check into Hotel Commonwealth, meet SET staff, & pick up on-site travel documents. In the early evening, enjoy a Welcome Reception, featuring dinner & “Baseball 101” discussion with Michael Raycraft.

June 4, 2023

Following breakfast, the group will walk to Fenway Park for a private tour of one of baseball’s most historic ballparks.  After the tour, the group will travel to Harvard University for a tour of Harvard’s Athletic facilities, Harvard Yard, and partake in discussion to learn about Harvard’s impact on sports. Guests will have an afternoon of leisure, the day will conclude back at Fenway Park to watch the Red Sox take on the Tampa Bay Rays.

June 5, 2023

After breakfast, we will take a scenic bus ride will lead the group to Historic Cooperstown, along with a brief stop in Stockbridge for lunch at the Red Lion Inn.  After checking into the Otesaga Resort, kick back and relax before a group dinner along with a brief lecture on Cooperstown’s significant to baseball and the Hall of Fame.

June 6, 2023

National Baseball Hall of Fame Day! Following breakfast, the group will be welcomed by Hall of Fame staff and taken for a private Artifact Spotlight for a up close experience on historic baseball items. Afterwards the group will tour the Hall of Fame. The afternoon and evening will be at leisure to explore all Cooperstown has to offer.

June 7, 2023

Following breakfast, the group will depart Cooperstown for New York City and check into the Refinery Hotel.  The day will feature a tour of Yankee Stadium to experience the home of baseball’s most storied franchise, followed by watching the Yankees face off against the Chicago White Sox.

June 8, 2023

Departure Day – Following breakfast, check out of the Refinery Hotel and have a safe trip home!



What is a “Land-only” package?

A Land-only package includes all the items listed as “tour package features” EXCEPT for air transportation, airport/hotel transfers and baggage handling. A Land package would be appropriate should the tour participant not be able to conveniently depart/return from the same city listed in the Air package or wish to travel on their own.

What’s included in my price?

Your final price includes room and all hotel taxes. It does not include items such as charges for meals, parking, rollaway beds, telephone, valet and room service, or any other items of a personal nature.

What size is a triple or quad room?

A triple/quad room is the same size as a double-bedded room and beds will accommodate three or four people; but there will not be three or four separate beds. A rollaway may be requested but cannot be guaranteed due to size of room and fire codes.

What does the Child price mean?

Children’s prices are limited to those 12 years of age or under sharing a room with one or more adults and using existing bedding. For example, if the room is shared with one adult, the single rate applies as the adult’s price plus the child’s price. If the room is shared with two adults, the double rate applies as the adult’s price plus the child’s price.

What type of payments do you accept?

We accept all major credits cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Debit cards featuring the Visa or MasterCard logo are also accepted, however, please be advised these types of cards typically have a maximum amount that you may charge daily. Please check with your financial institution. If you are making a phone reservation, we also will accept personal checks.

What if I have my own tickets to the event?

Should you purchase tickets through your athletic donor eligibility or from other sources, a ticket deduction may be made from the cost of the tour package. Deduction amounts vary per tour package and must be taken by the specific date listed in the “Payment and Terms” section associated with the tour package.

When will I receive my tour documents?

Depending on the event type, tour documents are typically sent via USPS Priority Mail or FedEx from two to three weeks or from seven to ten days prior to your departure to the event. Itineraries for special events with a short booking window will be sent via email. If you will not be at home during this time, please inform your booking agent so we may send you documents to an alternate address.

If I’m not traveling, can I make a reservation for someone else?

When completing the reservation, use the name of the person for whom you are making the reservation. When entering credit card information, you may use your credit card and billing address for payment.