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Rogers Centre, Toronto
(4.1/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great place. Such a great vibe when you walk in. Saw a jays game.. kids were in heaven. Things are very expensive in there, but they always are in all those places. Overall great venue... very cool to...  more »
  • Travelers admit that when ir not it I loved baseball, but since I started hacerca rank me di has not needed passion so live is so exciting that you enjoy every moment. I advise you to arrive very much before de.la opening doors since in every game delivered t-shirts to the first 1000 attendees so you'll have the opportunity to have yours if you are in the first row and very easy creeme.es. You should do upon ticket purchase because they end up soon and it is good to always have a great location.
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  • This stadium is amazing to visit. It is so big. Great seats and views from all angles. Definitely worth the visit, even if the beer is too expensive.... 
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  • I've been coming here since I was in little league and I always have fond memories. It does feel majestic. It's feels magical when I can afford to and I get a good seat close to a base. The Jays season really makes me feel like a bird soaring through the sky and it feels great right before end of season when we smack into a the glass window we haven't broken through since Joe Carter.
  • We visited here Sept 2016. We absolutely loved it. The prices of food and beer are typical event prices. They allow you to bring in water and snacks. There is a food court not far away in the lower level of a building behind the CN tower. Prices for food are good there and plenty of options. Watch for cheaper parking too. We found a spot about two blocks away that was only 12$ for a 24hr period.
  • 5 Stars in the middle of the summer when the roof is open and 3 Stars when MLB forces the dome closed for playoff games in beautiful fall weather. It came before the modern renaissance in baseball fields (Camden Yards, AT&T Park, etc.), so it does show its age and doesn't have the charm those newer fields do. But on a beautiful summer day or with a packed playoff crazy crowd, it can be a lot of fun.
  • Considering the age of Rogers Centre, this is still a world class venue. Excellent place to catch a baseball game and cause of the roof the weather doesn't come into play. A couple things that could improve would be to have some healthy food options and to have more restrooms.
  • Tons of fun! Get food from the vendors 2 hours before the game! Great food and a great price. Once you walk in the doors prepare to pay 12.50 for a beer, or 6 for a bottle of water. Sat in section 509 row 3, seemed far at first but you can literally see everything! Spectacular view for 30$ tickets!