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Yankee Stadium, Bronx

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.3/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web
Yankee Stadium, opened in 2009, combines many design elements from the New York Yankees' previous home with the modern amenities you would expect in the most expensive Major League Baseball stadium ever built. Experience the electric atmosphere of a game, or join a tour to learn more about the stadium and the team's history. A classic tour includes a visit to the New York Yankees Museum, dugout, and monument park. View hundreds of photographs inside the stadium to experience even more Yankee history. To visit Yankee Stadium and other attractions in Bronx, use our Bronx family vacation planner.
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  • We ordered the tickets on the internet, and surprise we received them four days later (including a Sunday). So the night of September 29 to the Yankee for the Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox game (left the day before!). We had tried to understand the rules on the internet, but is not the most important... is the atmosphere (arrive 1 hour before the start!). thats absolutely wonderful... music, presentations... and the anthem... then it is the patriotism of Americans. For all cela
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  • Watch a Yankees game at Yankee Stadium is an incredible experience. The game, the messages on the screen, the music and the fans create a unique atmosphere. Worth to buy any tickets that fit in your budget. I suggest to buy in any store of the Yankees in Manhattan and have arrived at the stadium with a ticket. Stay tuned as it is not allowed to enter with selfie sticks and even GoPro cameras. There's no left-luggage office, just a lady in the street and cobra 20 dollars, indicated by the stadium security.
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  • We went to see the game between the NY Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. We didn't know anything about baseball, but whether one kind or not, the show is worth. The stadium is wonderful, us were located above all in the area 427 (low ceiling by luck because rained, all that sector is low ceiling, there are sectors more down that not it are) and the view was quite good despite be the last floor. Much food supply, there are very well organized, controls at the entrance at each museum, all very safe. Us not knew by where enter but there are some guys dressed with t-shirts that say "security" that you indicate all, very friendly. The stadium is in the Bronx, we were staying in Manhattan, so we take the subway line B or D (orange) and left us half a block from the stadium, when one comes out of the mouth of the subway already sees it, so it is impossible to miss. Very safe to ida and also on the return trip the night, besides all take the subway back to Manhattan so there is always a lot of people.
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  • Stadium is breath taking. Food is over priced and not always good. $10 bucks for a badly salted bag of popcorn. Another instance had a stale batch of nachos! My advice ask for fresh food if you are paying triple the inflation price!
  • I went to an Orioles/Yankees game at Yankees stadium. The stadium was clean, conveniently located next to a subway stop, and efficiently laid out. Prices were decent but better if you pick up tickets last minute on StubHub. One annoyance was the inability to visit the team store after the game. Our entire section was forced out an exit that did allow us to get to the team store. The guards consider the team store part of the stadium and the Securitas security guards rudely refused to let us go back in to purchase merchandise.
  • If your visiting New York and a baseball fan it's obviously worth checking out. You should note that although they built a "new stadium" - the dimensions remain mostly unchanged, waiting to get into the stadium is completely unorganized and the food is just okay. It's disappointing that the customer service is so poor and the logistics inside are chaotic. Don't get the chicken fingers, they're not worth the wait.
  • I've loved the Yankees since I was six.. I'm no longer six. In all those many years, some of the closest times I've shared w/my son were singing New York, New York at the home of Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle, Rivera & Jeter. The ghosts of heroes past never fail to show up at every game. .
  • I would buy season tickets if I didn't live so far away! The new stadium is beautiful. The staff was very kind and overly accommodating. I recently injured myself and they were able to swap my tickets for handicapped seats that were just as good if not better with no additional cost. Food was great! Lots of choices and reasonable cost for stadium food and drinks. Transportation by subway to the stadium was very convenient. Don't skip this experience if coming to New York! Go Yankees!
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