of Historic Base Ball®
It’s a championship like no other. Every summer, we commemorate Detroit’s 1867 World Base Ball Tournament with a gathering of teams that play one outstanding weekend of America’s game by the rules of 1867. It is unquestionably the nation’s greatest two-day exposition of historic base ball.
A Full Season of America’s Game
Learn more about our full season of historic base ball programming in Greenfield Village.
Your Experience Includes:
- Base ball played with uniforms, equipment and rules from 1867
- Live music from the Dodworth Saxhorn Band (featured in Ken Burns’ popular Baseball series for PBS)
- Visiting teams from throughout the Midwest
- Pregame parade through Greenfield Village with the teams
- Live commentary throughout the game by our umpire and scorekeeper
Free Admission for Members
Become a member for free admission to historic base ball games, plus free parking and special perks. Then use your membership for free admission to the museum and village all year.
Parking is $6 per vehicle for nonmembers, free for members.
|General Admission (12-61)||Free||$28.00|
|Children (4 & Under)||Free||Free|
* Ticket prices are subject to change.