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Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

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The third-oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, Dodger Stadium is also the largest baseball stadium (in terms of seating capacity) in the country. Built in 1962, it contains more than 56,000 seats. Behind-the-scenes tours of the stadium provide access to the most restricted and non-public areas and enable you to view the stadium from a very different perspective. Use our Los Angeles trip itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Dodger Stadium and other attractions in Los Angeles.
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  • I so enjoy going to Dodger Stadium. In addition to the game walking around the grounds is interesting with various statues of World Series rings, a golden glove, the "Dodger Dog" etc. I find it very o...  more »
  • You have your ticket. What about parking? if you don't have a parking pass, go to the official Dodger buy parking web site. You will save $10.00 for GA parking, which you can use to buy a Dodger dog a...  more »
  • Seeing all the MLB ball parks was always a thought, but of course if it's just a thought it doesn't rank high for priorities. This one makes 6. Make sure you check the weather because it was very cold...  more »
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  • This is our first visit in a couple of years. There have been lots of changes. The stadium sparkles. There is a new video score board and an improved sound system. Food is still expensive, but you are allowed to bring food wrapped in plastic into the stadium. Vegan Dodger Dogs are available at most stands. Chicago style condiments were made available, as the Cubs played the Dodgers. There's even a mini-market that specializes in healthy foods and a sports memorabilia shop. Every usher, guard and food service worker acted as though they were glad to see us. Bathrooms are well maintained. Parking is easy but expensive, however, if you prepurchase parking on line you pay half price. Vehicles with handicap placard or plates may park in any lot. Platforms provide easy wheelchairs access and excellent views of game action. Most of the stadium is wheelchair accessible. Elevators and escalators are located through out the facility.
  • The first time I visited Dodger Stadium was shortly after moving to Los Angeles, I had a floor seat ticket to see The Rolling Stones around 1995-1996. Many of the things I saw on my recent visit did not exist, so it was a pleasure to visit the stadium when not in use and to experience the amazing views from Top Of The Park deck. It is rich in Los Angeles and baseball history. I quite enjoyed the Bank of America Retired Number Plaza, complete with Bobbleheads and a little bit bit about the player whose number was retired. It is a fantastic outdoor venue with a variety of plant life and other elements that make it a great experience. Even if you're not a baseball fanatic, you should "Think Blue" and visit it for at least one game or even better, catch a rock concert there!
  • Dodgers stadium is a huge stadium that has seen better days but also has a lot of history. Very enthusiastic fans and lots of delicious stadium food. I recommend sitting on the left side when viewing from home plate because you get more shade.
  • It's Dodger Stadium! It's amazing of course! Are there things to complain about, definitely. Getting into the parking lot takes forever, trying to find your car at the end of the night is impossible, and you'll have to take out a second mortgage on your house to afford concessions. But it's Dodger Stadium. Grab a Dodger dog, some nachos, and a beer and enjoy some Dodger baseball. Go blue!
  • The best sporting venue in Los Angeles. The historic Dodgers Stadium with downtown as its backdrop. The best lowest price ticket to any professional family sporting event. The only stadium where they will allow you to bring outside food & non alcoholic beverages in plastic bottles. It does not cost a family vacation to attend a game. I can afford to come 5 to 10 games a year. No wonder I love coming to this stadium and watching the Dodgers.