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Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim

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See one of the oldest active Major League Baseball stadiums, Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Since its opening in 1966, the ballpark has hosted professional baseball and football games, college football games, NFL pre-season games, and concerts. Big-name stars like the Rolling Stones, Madonna, and Pink Floyd have performed here, among others. Join in one of the classic American bat-and-ball events, or take a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium, where you'll see areas normally closed to the public like the press box, press conference room, visitor clubhouse, and the dugout. The stadium seats more than 45,000. Make Angel Stadium of Anaheim part of your personalized Anaheim itinerary using our Anaheim vacation route planner.
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  • The Angels Express Amtrak train to/from the Stadium from/to Union Station in Los Angeles only cost $7 "all in", making the trip from Los Angeles easy sightseeing and inexpensive. The walk in to the ba...  more »
  • Great to visit for a spring game since summer games can get very hot. Make sure to get a seat in the shade since it can be a harsh sitting in the sun for the entire game. If you end up in the sun leav...  more »
  • Angels, monster trucks, Honda center employee park here too. Very clean, upscaled stadium. I love it when the money gets put back into is location.  more »
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  • Very nice stadium. The seating since the remodel is greatly improved. You can have tickets for top level and be able to see the game well. Smoking allowed on stairways. clean
  • It looks a lot better inside the stadium than it does from the outside. The seats are comfortable, views of the field are good. Decent but not amazing beer selections, and pretty run of the mill overpriced stadium food.
  • Have only been here for the Harvest Event with Greg Laurie. Staff is friendly and courteous. The gates on the East side (5 & 6) tend to be shorter but simply because you can't really access the 1st 2 floors, they don't tell you that. You end up in the nose bleed. Gates 2 and 3 are the best but lines are insane, best to make line 1 to 2 hours before doors open. The Douglas entrance is also faster when coming in but it leaves you in front of gate 6.
  • Friendly staff and overall great atmosphere for all. The Coors lounge is a great place for a beer and a view. Helmet nachos are available at the stand next to the Corona pavilion, definitely need lots of people to share with. Loved our experience. Can't wait to go back.
  • It's so easy to park and find your way in. It feels safe. The security let me take in my snacks and water. I like the Bavarian pretzels. One time I waited in line for ice cream, and was told I should have been in the line next to my line and they really didn't care that I had already waited five minutes. I was put off by that customer service so I just didn't spend my money that day.