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Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati

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Visit Great American Ball Park, the home field of the Cincinnati Reds, the oldest Major League Baseball team in the United States. Opened in 2003, this stadium can seat 42,319 fans. Take a guided tour to see what it feels like to sit in a Major League dugout, walk on the warning track, and go into the press box and club spaces. You can't help but learn about the Reds' history at the Hall of Fame and Museum. Visitors 6 years old and younger can spend time at the Kid's Clubhouse. By using our Cincinnati trip itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Great American Ball Park and other attractions in Cincinnati.
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  • Took the behind the scenes tour through the museum next door. Lots of great info-beautiful park with a beautiful view of the Ohio River. Very clean facility. Even got to check out the dugouts. Wish we...  more »
  • I would encourage any person to take the time and catch a game--even if you aren't a REDS fan. Pack your own food and drink to avoid pricey concession foods. Lots to see and do. :)  more »
  • In full disclosure, I'm a long time Cubs fan! Great American Ball Park is very nice. It's well kept and definitely worth going to, when the Cubs are in town! It has a beautiful view and is really well...  more »
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  • Hard to rate a ballpark - to separate the event from the venue. The location is great, although better public transportation to and from the park would be key. Love the site on the river - too bad about that highway separating it from downtown. The seats are all nice. The park is always clean. The security theater at the entry is a rough way to enter, and I really wish it didn't take so long to walk around and up to different levels. Boy, are the prices expensive in here, though. $14 beers!? Yikes. If you're going to charge that, at least get a better craft selection and provide it in more locations. Had to walk forever just to find the local craft options, and they were all kind of boring - not the good stuff that I know the Cincinnati breweries are making.
  • Best baseball experience in the USA. Prices. Tickets and food prices are among the leagues lowest. You can bring in food and drinks (no alcohol) which makes it even cheaper! The stadium feels small. There are no bad seats. I don't like the bleachers but that's just me. Premium sections are great too. Good bang for the buck. Lots of stuff for kids. Places to stand and watch. Beer selection is awesome now. Now if only the Reds could start winning.
  • Nice newer baseball park. Compares favorably with many of the other stadiums in MLB (I have been to 20 other ones at the time of this writing). One big problem I had though was there was a charge to enter the Red's Hall of Fame from within the Ballpark, and it was a lot for how small the museum was. Also, many other teams do not charge for entrance into their Hall of Fame from inside the park (I may be forgetting, but this was the first one I encountered that did that). The food was very good for ballpark food and the beer selection was fantastic. I only wish the weather would have been a bit nicer, but it was an afternoon well spent at worst.
  • It's a pretty ballpark. Prices are reasonable. The 4 star rating is because of the no smoking policy. They won't even let you go out to smoke and then come back in.
  • Great American Ballpark is a great ballpark to see a game. Even as a visiting team fan, had some good fun exchanging barbs with the Reds fans. Traffic flow is an issue. Would like to see better, more efficient traffic control by local law enforcement or ballpark officials to keep inbound and outbound traffic flowing better.