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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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  • Excited to go the Dodgers vs. SD Padres for the first time :). Very disappointed that the PL level - Left Field did not have a Megatron for us to see up close. Even though the Dodgers lost, the crowd ...  more »
  • To really experience the USA we decided that we needed to take in a baseball game. The Dodgers against the the San Diego Padres was an exciting game even though the home team lost. The stadium is very...  more »
  • First game back at the stadium in 30 years. We drove down from NorCal and saw the Giants almost win on a Friday fireworks night. Same Dodgers...always seem to win the game. A very pleasant experience....  more »
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  • Have not been to a baseball there, but went to a Billy Joel concert and the stadium staff was excellent. The park lot attendant not only took my money but asked where I was seated and told me the best place to park. Another staff member in the parking lot volunteered directions to the best entrance to get to my seats. Great Job!! Dodger Stadium staff. The traffic getting in and out of the stadium was really bad, but the stadium staff and police did a good job of traffic control. Hollywood Bowl you should take notes.
  • It's great fun for everyone. All ages. I've been seated in the very top deck(nosebleed) section and very close to home plate. All seats have a great view if the field. And it's stuffed right into the beautiful Chavez Ravine. Handicap accessible.
  • Let's go Dodgers! I love this place. It's a ton of fun whenever I get a chance to go. I've been here for stadium series and I was able to see the Kings on ice here. The staff is really helpful and the place is kept clean. The food and snacks are great. I was helped out by Edwin Q. He was friendly and got me my food. I enjoyed the food and my snacks for the game. Dodgers won in the end of the game. Great place overall with tons of photo opportunities so be sure to stop by and check it out for yourself. Let's go Dodgers!!!
  • 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.
  • Let's see, one hour to get in and equal time to escape. Small minded people in charge of building it. $14 Shock Top beer.... really?! Can't read the tiny trons.... catch up on technology please. Questionable demographics. Go south to study Angels Stadium....

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