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Comerica Park, Detroit

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Home to Major League Baseball's Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park features a 15.2 m (50 ft) Ferris wheel and seats more than 40,000 spectators. When not hosting baseball, the stadium is used for hockey and concerts. Fireworks celebrate the local team every Friday and Saturday after games, and a tiger growl accompanies every team home run. Make Comerica Park part of your personalized Detroit itinerary using our Detroit sightseeing planner .
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  • Whenever we've attended, no matter where we sit, we have a great view and our seats are comfortable and feel spacious. The design reminds me of Camden Yards in Baltimore (another wonderful field). Ver...  more »
  • Had an amazing time at Comerica park! Long lines didn't stop our speedy entry. Fast, efficient and friendly staff greeted us from the front gates to our suite locations. Great food and fun times. A li...  more »
  • By going down it immerses himself in the U.S. World Baseball in particular. If the opportunity to go see a game opens to go you if!
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  • The Tigers aren't going to be very good for a while, but baseball is really nice at the "new Tiger Stadium". Even the cheap seats have good sight lines. Check StubHub for even better deals. All in all, it's one of the best value sports entertainment around.
  • A great ballpark with a family friendly atmosphere. Seats are good no matter is you're you're in nosebleed, behind home plate or in a box. Vendors are friendly even if the Tigers are doing their typical nosedive at the end of the season.
  • Great venue for baseball. Parking is a challenge, especially if working through a injury. Security was good and friendly although one member of our party was denied entry. They thought she was inebriated and didn't believe me that she's taking meds and is off balance anyway. I have creditability two major ways but it didn't help. Seating is good, visibility is great, some work getting to your seat if injured. Ushers wouldn't let me sit in area with very few people around so had to go up many steps to assigned seat. In s crowded game, I fully understand but when the area was less than 30% occupied, it may have been unnecessary. Still recommend. Not like you have much choice if you are going to a live game.
  • Warning: If you are taking children, do NOT buy seats anywhere near the visitors' bullpen. When my family recently sat in section 151, at least a dozen blatantly intoxicated fans were ejected during the game for verbally harassing the opposing pitchers and coach. I commend the guards/ushers for this. However, stadium staff didn't say or do a thing about something even worse: the profanity-filled tantrums the ejected fans threw as they passed family after family while walking - unescorted - to the exits. One such fan even had the audacity to yell at a parent that this behavior should be expected in the "beer section." (Really? Well, if there are certain seating areas in which it's appropriate to behave inappropriately, then why have you just been ejected for your behavior? Gotta love the wisdom of a sot!) Very disappointing that this had to be put up with all afternoon.
  • Comerica is a beautiful park right in Detroit. I love the two Tiger statues right outside the ballpark and I really enjoy the environment the park offers. Definitely a park that any baseball fan should visit.

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