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Victory Field, Indianapolis

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Ranked the best minor league ballpark in America by Sport Illustrated, Victory Field is home to the Indianapolis Indians. The stadium seats almost 13,000 spectators, features five party areas that host large groups in VIP comfort, and large picnic areas where fans often enjoy a meal before the game. Tours include the Victory Field seating area, concourse, service level, grounds area, clubhouse and training room, indoor batting cage, dugout, and press box. Tours are not available on game days or during special events. Make Victory Field a centerpiece of your Indianapolis vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Indianapolis travel itinerary maker.
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  • This is a great ball field. There is a grassy out field where you bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy the game. Most of the seats have a good view of the game. After the game, if not to late, walki...  read more »
  • One of greatest AAA parks in country! Plus eating and bars and hotels all within walking distance . Indy is a great, safe, comfortable city with a friendly atmosphere 
  • ...Nowhere in Indianapolis beats VICTORY FIELD, home of the Indianapolis Indians, AAA franchise of the NL Pittsburgh Pirates. From the moment you arrive at the spacious entry gates, you'll know you're...  read more »
  • The game we purchased tickets for rained out. We went to the box office to exchange our tickets for a game the following Saturday. Box office made a mistake and gave us replacement tickets for the following Friday. We realized the mistake when we got to the park on Saturday. We went to the box office and their response was that we should have checked the tickets. While I suppose they are technically correct, the customer should not be responsible for mistakes made by the facility. Ultimately we recieved no refund and no tickets. Box office employee basically told us that he didn't care and acted like the mistake was our fault. Completely unacceptable experience from a park that up until now I have enjoyed. I will not be returning.
  • Have been going to Indians games since 1982 at the old stadium. Victory Field was an incredible upgrade when it opened, and is so well maintained you would think it is only a few years old. Concessions have seen improvements over the years. The admission prices are very reasonable. Parking is close by and not outrageous. There are many special nights like Star Wars or PBS Kids that make a great family experience. Have had seats all over the stadium, and have yet to have a bad seat. Sit in the lawn and let the kids run around a little, or sit behind home plate to be close to the action. America's Game is very enjoyable to watch in a setting like Victory Field. It is a real gem.
  • Really awesome place to go for some baseball! Very nice facility, great food, and they even have McAlister's sweet tea! I always have a great time here attending the Indians games!
  • Did not get to take in a game, but the field looked great from the gates. I think the team was doing an appreciation night for Pacer employees which is really nice. I hear the view of downtown to home plate is beautiful....
  • What a great day for a game. The stadium looked great. It was very clean and all the paint was refreshed. There really is not a bad seat in the house. Behind the plates only 20 rows or so with a few more above. For a normal seat bought on game day the highest price is 16. You get discounts for everything else like packages of games, buying earlier them game day, and a couple others around. Food and drink prices are some of the best for a venue in indy. Beer is 6.50 for bud light draft to 8.50 for sun king can. Hots dogs and the such are around 4.50 and under. The only bad thing i saw was at the end of the night. The hot dog co. Just threw out over 20 perfectly good 1lb hot dogs. They should donate or offer 1dollar dogs till gone specials. Something not to waste that amount of food. In the end it if its nice out its worth going to a game. Sit in fairly roomy seats with a cold beer and hot dog. Plus first tuesday in may bring you own puppy dog and have a great time out on the grass.
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