Affordable Family Fun at the Little League Baseball® World Series




 

 

Looking for a fun family experience with FREE parking and admission that is only a short drive away?

Held each August in South Williamsport, Pa., the Little League Baseball® World Series (LLBWS) is an iconic youth sports event that welcomes 16 teams from around the world to compete for the chance to be named World Series Champion. Along with an incredible baseball experience that includes 32 games over the course of 10 days, the LLBWS provides baseball and non-baseball fans alike with a variety of interactive experiences that creates lifelong memories.

With no cost of admission to attend, the LLBWS is a fun and affordable experience for an all-day family outing. A family of four can attend the LLBWS (with no charge for parking or admission), purchase a souvenir program, and each person in the family can have a hot dog, french fries, and a large drink all for about $30. There are plenty of healthy options for families to choose from as well.

Most importantly, you don’t even need to understand the game of baseball to enjoy your experience in Williamsport at the LLBWS, so fans of every age and interest level will have something to do. Along with the exciting baseball games held throughout the 10-day tournament, there are plenty of other experiences for fans to enjoy their stay at the Little League Baseball World Series.

Here are some of the exciting opportunities for families to enjoy at the LLBWS:

  • Free Parking and Admission
  • Interactive Family Fun Zone
  • Exciting Giveaways and Promotions
  • Unique Photo Opportunities
  • Virtual Reality Experiences
  • Affordable Concession Options
  • Unique Merchandise and Souvenirs
  • Pin Trading Opportunities
  • Interactive Museum Tour
  • Visit by MLB Players (August 18)

For more information on the Little League Baseball World Series, including information to help schedule your trip to attend this year’s event, visit LLBWS.org. Information for the 2019 LLBWS will be available in mid-June. 

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