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Ways to Experience Field of Dreams Movie Site
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Reviewed 29 May 2021 via mobile

Craig was AWESOME! Knew everything and was such a good tour guide. Sooo happy we went and so lucky to have him as a guide. We have wanted to go since 1989!!!!

Thank ccleary
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Reviewed 27 May 2021

Craig was well-spoken and full of info on the site of "Field of Dreams" and the house. It was an interesting 1-hour tour and it was great to be/see inside the house where a lot of the scenes in the movie took place. Well worth the drive and the cost.

Date of experience: May 2021
Thank sedonasky928
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Reviewed 26 May 2021 via mobile

This movie set brought back a lot of fond memories of not only watching the movie but also my childhood.

Craig was our tour guide for the house visit.

He was very informative about all aspects of the history in making yhe movie and how this site was picked.

You could tell from his narrative that he loved his job and conveyed in his story telling. As he talked you could very easily put yourself on the movie set while it being filmed.

Although it's $20 p/p for the tour, it was well worth the price.

I wonder if the $20 had any significance to the movie...I think I may have glimpsed Shoeless Joe.

Thank Mark K
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Reviewed 25 May 2021 via mobile

We drove from Oklahoma and was not disappointed. It was worth the drive.
Our tour guide was full of great information and gave us time to ask questions. She took pictures for us and had a great attitude.

Date of experience: May 2021
Thank CharSmallwood
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Reviewed 24 May 2021

The house tour was informational and Craig, our guide, was a good storyteller. He took a 15 minute tour and stretched it into 45 minutes, though he lost my wife after about 20 minutes. The price of $20 per person is a bit steep, especially after they "ask" for a $20 donation to park. Went in May, so no corn to walk through and little league games were being played so we couldn't go on the field. The lack of corn stalks also allows the new stadium being built for major league games to ruin the view into the outfield. Without the house tour, this rating would have been a "1". Go before the construction starts on the rest of the ball fields. People go here for the feel of what the movie was all about, not to see a major league game or a travel ball tournament. I also suggest going when the corn is high so you can experience the field as it was in the movie.

Date of experience: May 2021
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