Minute Maid Park, Houston

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Minute Maid Park has been home to Major League Baseball's Houston Astros since 2000. Constructed with a retractable roof (the first of its kind in the city), the stadium can adjust its environment to combat bad weather and accommodate good conditions. The field consists of natural grass in sharp contrast to its predecessor's AstroTurf. Catch an Astros game if you're there during the season, otherwise, you can explore the facility on a guided tour, which takes you through the dugout, press box, bullpen, and luxury suites to see the internal functioning of a professional baseball team. Consult the stadium's event schedule for information regarding special offers and exhibits. By using our Houston travel route planner , you can arrange your visit to Minute Maid Park and other attractions in Houston.
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  • I have been here many times; a true Astros fan!! I enjoyed watching one of their play off games this last season. I have taken the official tour of the park-- it was very informative and interesting!!...  more »
  • We love coming to this park. The stadium is a nice facility. Lots of food and fun. I do have to say the food/snacks/drinks are very high-but I guess it's like that in all stadiums, just be prepared.  more »
  • Thankful the Houston Astros invited our Henderson State University Baseball team to the Winter Invitational Tournament. The Reddies and Tarleton Texans were the first teams to play on the field since ...  more »
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  • Been coming here since 2002 I believe and it is just always great here, prices have gone up but I think that's everywhere. Tals Hill is not there anymore but there's a great couple of restaurants there now, Torches and another place. Tickets were reasonable and Coke sometimes has deals on tickets. Can't wait for the new season go Houston!
  • I know we're all supposed to hate domed baseball stadiums or whatever, but this ballpark is really nice. The roof retracts, so there's real grass, but when it's closed you get to enjoy a game in air-conditioned comfort; no oppressive Houston heat, no sunburn, no wind or rain or bugs! The scoreboard is well-sized and displays graphics and video well. The train fires up after home runs, complete with a LOUD whistle and fireworks. Overall, the 'Stros have a great field. They're lucky, and so are their fans.
  • One of my favorite major ballparks in the country. Easy to navigate, small enough to walk the whole place. Make sure you try the fried chicken and mashed potatoes in a waffle cone.
  • Not from Houston, or even from Texas. I was able to go to a few games here, and I’m very happy I did. Its such a unique and beautiful stadium. Very nice and well kept. For one of those games I was rooting my favorite team who were also the visiting opponents. The Astros fans were nice and respectful as I cheered them on. I didn’t get beer cans thrown at me like what happens in Philadelphia.
  • We had free tickets to the Lexus suite. Parking was not bad due to it being a preseason day game. The only drawback was that beer was $12.50... Highway robbery. We had a great time with a refused crowd.
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