You’ll want to arrive at Hank Aaron Stadium early before the game as you wouldn’t want to miss your chance to see Hank Aaron’s childhood home. The house features a wide assortment of Hammerin’ Hank memorabilia and is a must-see for any baseball fan. A trip to a BayBears game is worth it just to see the Hank Aaron Childhood Home & Museum, so get here early and check it out before the game.
Additionally, if you’re going to the game with a large group, then make sure to reserve a spot at Gaslight Park. Gaslight Park offers pre-game picnic packages for groups of 50 to 1,000 making it an excellent tailgating destination no matter how large your party.
Arrive early and enjoy the Hank Aaron Childhood Home & Museum as well as Gaslight Park before catching a game at Hank Aaron Stadium.
Hank Aaron Childhood Home & Museum
No trip to a Mobile BayBears game is complete without stopping by Hank Aaron’s childhood home before the game. See the house where Hammerin’ Hank grew up as well as memorabilia from throughout his career at the Hank Aaron Childhood Home & Museum.Watch video
Where to tailgate
$5 ParkingParking in the lots outside Hank Aaron Stadium cost $5 making it quite the bargain. Arrive early and secure your spot as the spaces near the ballpark go quickly on game days.
Gaslight ParkIf you want to hold a large group picnic before the game, then make sure to reserve a spot at Gaslight Park. Gaslight Park offers picnics for groups of 50 to 1,000 making it the perfect place for a pre-game party.