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Citi Field, Flushing

A modern ballpark with a capacity of more than 45,000, Citi Field is home to the Mets. Located inside the stadium is the Mets Hall of Fame & Museum, which, together with the rotunda, you can visit on a game day with your ticket, or on a guided tour for which you can apply online. The stadium features up-to-date facilities, comfortable seats, and plenty of food choices. The main entrance, known as the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, is dedicated to the first African American man to play in Major League Baseball. Once inside you can admire the statue of the number 42 dedicated to Robinson, as well as his credos, which are etched in the archways. During the game, if a Mets player knocks one out of the park, you’ll see the giant Home Run Apple light up and rise. Even though the stadium has large parking lots, if you’re driving to the game, arrive early so you're sure to get a spot. Our Flushing travel route builder website makes visiting Citi Field and other Flushing attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This is the baseball stadium, the home of the Mets. Off-season was visited by blood once a year day that, while less people gathered. American sports are equipped such as volunteer work.
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  • Great place for concerts. Absolutely beautiful stadium and if you love baseball you can see the Mets play at their home field!! Lots of food vendors and ultra modern. Enjoy a nice day at the park and ...  more »
  • Great place to visit even if you don’t like baseball! I was invited by a friend to a baseball game and I was amazingly surprised at the difference between Citi Field and the old Shea stadium. The sele...  more »
  • Great food, great staff and a general great experience. I have seen 2 games here and both went perfectly fine. Getting there is easy once you understand the subway, and if you drive there is plenty of parking. The only fault is the prices. $7 for a hot dog is outrageous, but this is a common stadium problem so it is hard to mark it down for such.
  • BEAUTIFUL stadium! Our seats were immaculate compared to other stadiums I’ve been to. We sat right behind home plate. The food was good and the staff was very friendly!
  • Concession costs have blown up so far it is utterly ridiculous. While the quality of concessions such as the burgers at Keith's Grill are very good, the cost is prohibitive. And the cost for a "premium" beer like Corona has gone up to $14! Even bottled cost as much per bottle as a case of 24 cost in the grocery store. After $25 to park, bring your own sandwiches and bottled waters into the ballpark. If you want to drink, do so in the parking lot before going into the game. The quality of the prepared ballpark fair is good to very good; the cost should be criminal...
  • Citi Field is getting more and more modernized by the day. The amount of chop shops in the area have diminished and hope that makes way for further development to make it easier for travelers to go back and further to visit a game and to have a good meal. Once they make the area more attractive, it'll be a good venue for the baseball games and also the US Open which is open for two weeks from late August.
  • One of America's great baseball parks. Intimate, close to the action with some of the best food-choices of any park. The venue is often better than the team it hosts.
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