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Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.7/5 based on 1,800+ reviews on the web
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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  • I go on a trip every year to visit a new MLB stadium. I am halfway there and this one did not disappoint. Great view of the river and in a good area downtown. Great for a day of fun on a summer day. 
  • Very easy and smooth entry. No waiting in food lines. Pricing seems too high from the vendors. Had great seats! It's a shame the Reds lost. 
  • The stadium is beautiful & there are all different food vendors & pubs to enjoy. The grounds bring you back to the "good ole days". We had tickets to experience the buffet before the game which was de...  read more »
  • I don't have much in the way of recent experiences with ball parks to tell you how this stacks up. However, the Great American Ball Park is nice. The parking is decent at $15 - 20 being average per parking garage. We parked at one just a block away with subterranean walkways to keep out of the heat and sun. The walk from security to the seats was pretty easy to navigate, though all the restaurants and other activities could hold one up for a while if they let it. The seats are tight, but not uncomfortably so for even a thicker person like me. However, I would not suggest packing yourself in with people with wide shoulders. You end up touching the people next to you uncomfortably. Accomodations: The bathrooms appear to be average to messy. There is a dedicated baby feeding/changing/quiet area as part of the building structure. The room looked huge and comfortable.
  • Love Great American Ballpark! Go Reds. Concession selection is outstanding. Ticket prices are one of the lowest in the league. Family friendly environment. Not really a bad seat in the park.
  • ALWAYS A GREAT TIME! A must-have experience when visiting Cincinnati. The $20 all you can eat/drink stand is a major plus especially if you have children. And don't forget Bark in the Park! Nothing like having your best furry pal tag along to watch the game.
  • Still one of my favorite places to watch a ballgame. I've had seats everywhere in this stadium, from the nosebleeds to the owner's suite, and I can tell you there's not a bad seat in the house. Obviously you have to make a trek to the dollar hot dog stand, but my new favorite ballpark food is the waffle and chicken from the Taste of Belgium stand! Great craft brews throughout the park, and a ton of state of the art features including a cool social media fan zone.
  • Generally laid out well, plenty of food and drink options (ridiculously expensive, of course), and great views of downtown, the Ohio River and the Kentucky hills if you're seated in the upper deck (section 424 is the best combination of view and value in my opinion). If you're going to enjoy the ballpark atmosphere, a great place. If you're going to see great baseball being played... Then buy your tickets when a contending team is in town (spoken as a lifelong Reds fan).
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