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Petco Park tours return to the ballpark in February

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Posted at 12:08 PM, Feb 03, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-03 15:10:52-05

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Fans may not be able to take in a Padres game from the stands this season, but Petco Park's group tours are returning to provide some comfort and behind-the-scenes fun!

While last season generated a new level of buzz to see the team in action, it's unclear whether fans will get the chance to sit in Petco Park for a game during the 2021 season due to the pandemic. Another way to satisfy the need to visit the park though could be jumping into a tour!

Starting on Feb. 11, fans can find a date and book a tour, which will take them through the park's Breitbard Hall of Fame, into private luxury suites and the press box, through the Padres Hall of Fame, into the Cutwater Coronado Club, and onto the field.

Fans will also get a deep understanding of the park's history, construction, and more factoids during the 80-minute tour.

The park will require guests to wearing face coverings at all times during the tour. As an added bonus, all guests will get a Padres souvenir mask with their tour ticket — but the park recommends bringing a face mask due to the high demand.

Tickets for the tour are $25 for adults; $20 for 60 and older, kids 12 and younger, and military; and free for kids 3-feet and shorter. Padres ticket members can get a discounted adult ticket for the tour as well.

More information is available on the team's website.