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Victory Field, Indianapolis

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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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TripAdvisor
  • The Indians are a great farm team to watch if you love baseball! The stadium is nice and well kept. It is pretty standard baseball fare as far as food and souvenirs. One thing I like is that it is eas...  more »
  • Victory field is always a great place to visit. There is always something going on for kids of all ages. This is something that everyone should do while in Indianapolis.  more »
  • It's always fun to watch a baseball game and there really isn't a bad seat except in the sun when it's hot. We were lucky to be in the shade. The Indians won so we enjoyed it. The prices of concession...  more »
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  • Got to experience a game from a suite for the first time ever and it was amazing. The concessions were great and the ushers that they have stationed around are fantastic at helping you find the exact seat your ticket says. Opening day this year was cold and kinda rainy bit hundreds of people still came out to watch. Great field and not a bad seat in the house.
  • This ballpark is gorgeous. Its location is perfectly suited for a summer stroll to the park while also offering adequate parking options and numerous options for dinner and drinks. As an added bonus, this park is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates minor league affiliate, the Indianapolis Indians, and often grants the opportunity to not only see young stars on the rise but also the chances to see MLB stars on rehabilitation assignments. The park is extremely family-friendly and offers discounted tickets to fit any budget while also offering numerous promotions such as fireworks nights and freebies just for showing up. I cannot recommend this park enough. Whether you love baseball or just want a night out with some friends and/or family, this ballpark has you covered.
  • Americas cleanest, nicest, and easiest ball field to get to! Good food especially for half the price you would normally pay at other sporting venues. Definitely family friendly.
  • I've lived in Indy for 14 years and this was the first game I've been to game at Victory Field. I took my son to his first professional baseball game and we both had a lot of fun hooting and hollering with the other fans. It was pretty cold outside but we had blankets and warm food to get us through the game. We will definitely be back again!
  • An Indy tradition! There's not much that can compare to a crisp summer night under the stadium lights. For the money, the experience is top notch.