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Yankee Stadium, Bronx

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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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The Bronx is home to a number of mid-range hotels, bed and breakfasts, and inns. As is the case anywhere in the city, eager sightseers should look for something close to a subway station for easy access to the city’s many attractions. However, you should be aware that these areas often get busy and noisy in the morning with commuters. A vacation rental provides a home away from home and plenty of amenities, and many are located in residential neighborhoods that will help you get off the tourist trail.
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  • I'm the baseball fan in the family, so I had to cajole others in my party to spend an evening taking in the Yankees-Red Sox game. We had a wonderful time, and my teenaged daughter declared it one of t...  more »
  • We got mastercard discount tickets for just 5 dollars each and they were a bargain! The view from our seats was great. The match was good quality too with multiple home runs. The choice of food is gre...  more »
  • This was my very first time at a baseball game and OMG I loved it! It was easy to get to, we traveled to and from the game via subway (4Green from Grand Central Station). The subway train was packed w...  more »
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  • Go Yankees. So many BESTS are here. Best team, best stars, comfortable seating, best prospects like number 99 Judge. Great stadium food and drink choices but all very pricey. Ample bathrooms and all clean and maintained well. Look for street parking before paying the marked up parking lot fees. Check rules for rules concerning food and drink allowed to be brought it and do that...will save you plenty. Suggest you walk around and enjoy the game from different sections and enjoys the many views.
  • Awesome place. There free parking within a mile or so of the place if you are willing to walk otherwise there are plenty of places for around $20. Getting in is easy with only a small bag check. It's pretty easy to find your way around and they have plenty of options for food and drinks although they are a bit pricey. During the game they have plenty of entertainment. Also make sure to leave soon after the game. We were waiting for a friend with a baby in the restroom and several employees kept asking us to move along and we had to repeat ourselves. Overall a great experience even for someone like me who doesn't really get into the game.
  • Yankee stadium is clean and the seats are comfy. We've been a couple of times, and sat in different spots, but the view has always been great. If you want some really comfy seats, we recommend section 106, row 7 and back. They're padded and covered so even if it rains, you won't get wet. We also recommended getting the chicken bucket. It's worth every penny.
  • Visiting this stadium feels like being on an airplane. The coach seats are fine. Everything you would expect. But you can't help but feel that the first class cabin is really the best way to fly. My guess is that Yankee stadium has two very distinct experiences - the average Joe one and the really expensive one. I did the average Joe experience and it was great. I can only imagine how those first class seats must feel though.
  • I love a good baseball game with decent views, and this does not disappoint. However for such a huge franchise with so much money, they could really bolster the stadium's organization and layout. The lines were not orderly at all and people were very confused as to which line to get on, even the staff had a hard time differentiating. Also, there should be a larger beer selection- not everyone is obsessed with Budweiser and Budweiser-owned affiliates.