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Is this Heaven? No, it’s Iowa. A place of fertile soil, traditional values and simple pleasure. And, in Dyersville, Iowa, at the century-old Lansing family farm with its quaint, and oh-so-recognizable house, baseball still ranks as a favorite...more
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Traveled all the way from Ohio just to see this Super cool place. I was not aware you could play ball on the field or even take a few cuts and maybe Jack one into the corn field. My wife and I had a blast....More
If you enjoy baseball and/or the movie, A Field of Dreams, it is well worth the stop. It takes you back to your childhood and makes you feel like a kid on Christmas morning. Walk in the corn, tour the house or run the bases....More
If you enjoyed the Field of Dreams movie, you will absolutely enjoy a visit here. Free to park and walk on the field. You can even bring a ball and bat and play if it is not crowded. There is a gift shop and house...More
When you visit, make sure you bring a glove, a ball and your child. Walk around and creep out of the cornfield for that perfect photograph. Play ball on the field, if it’s free. Walk the ground. Tour the house (for a few). It also...More
If you are a baseball fan or movie fan or Shoeless Joe fan, this site is a must see.
I visited on a Sunday where the ‘ghost players’ dressed in White Sox attire from the early 1900’s come out of the corn field and play...More
The visit to Field of Dreams was a great family experience. Clarence, our tour guide, definitely loved giving tours and added much insight from the movie to the tour. He gladly let you take pictures and even offered to take group pictures. You never felt...More
Being a lifelong devotee of our national pastime, I was dying to come out to the Field of Dreams Site. Trust me, I was not disappointed. When you visit, be sure to bring a bat and glove so you can take your turn hitting on...More
I think it is heaven. We arrived to the site on Wednesday evening just before closing. The sun was setting, they were closing the souvenir barn and the young girl working there asked if we needed to buy anything. Perfect!! We stayed to walk into...More