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Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.4/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
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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  • This is a fun place to watch a game as you can get tickets for really cheap. There are so many things to do in this area it is actually overwhelming at times. You want to watch good baseball and be ab...  read more »
  • Tickets start at $6. No reason not to go to a real MLB game! About $7 Uber/Lyft ride to the game, so very convenient. 
  • If you're in town when the Angels are on the road, you can take a behind the scenes tour of Angels Stadium. It's a fun thing to do, especially if your a baseball fanatic. The tour is about an hour and...  read more »
  • Very clean stadium with a good food selection. The parking is reasonable priced at $10 and many of the souvenirs are not overpriced. Finding your way around the stadium is very easy and the bathrooms never seemed to be too crowded. The stadium does have free WiFi but Verizon cell service was horrible (probably because of too many people). I had full bars, but could not get any service.
  • 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.
  • My husband and I attend/serve at the annual SoCal Harvest Crusade at Angel Stadium and our family members attend/support Angel games during baseball season. In the past, we've paid $10 to park at the stadium; this year it went up to $15!! When we inquired about the fee increase with a number of stadium staff, we received the same answer--They didn't know why, but parking is usually $10; it went up for the Crusade event. We distinctly got the impression that staff thought it was "odd" and "unfair." In addition, the food (pizza, popcorn, nacho cheese, pretzels) was ridiculously overpriced; horribly ineatable; and the drinks were severely watered down!! Paying $4.25 for a small bottle of water is greedy!! Note: The stadium doesn't allow any food and only one bottle of water. We spent an obscene amount of money for ourselves and guests. To make matters worse, staff at the concession stands were down right rude and I personally heard them using vulgar language and talking badly about patrons. After experiencing this, and the fact that these aren't new issues, I'm rethinking our support of the Angels Baseball organization.
  • It's time for a new stadium. Food choices are horrible. Stadium looks and feels super old. Nothing for kids to do. They took all the games away for the kids in the outfield. Just a bland place to pay a lot of money and take your family.
  • Tim Lincecum. Went for first time last week by train from Glendale. The stadium's cool. Retro Disneylandish. Bonus fireworks from park. Friendlier and more relaxed than Dodger stadium.
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