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Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.2/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web
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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  • Ballparks of Baseball America, different size. Until the audience quite high because the size of the field is very much not changed Japan banking scene is America truly is a fancy sight to see, as well as sign and music feel. One thing, alcohol (beer) ID (identification) for anyone of any age is required to drink. It was useless in the international license. Tourists from Japan should carry passports.
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  • Great fun if you go with friends to the baseball game. You may enter the pitch when you are there on fireworks Friday. 
  • Went the day Vic Scully called his last game. Venue was amazing. people there were great. Loved the game.....Cody Seager for president.!!!!! Really loved the experience....GO DODGERS GO!!!! 
  • This is the second baseball stadium I have visited, and it was a very good experience. The parking staff was friendly and helpful when I was looking for my parking spot. At the stadium itself the same. We were friendly spoken to and helped towards our seats. With enough food/drinks to buy we had a very nice evening and enjoyed the atmosphere. Leaving was a little more of a problem because everyone is leaving at the same time, but also good planning and got out quickly enough considering the amount of traffic.
  • I love it here it's always a great time weather I'm with family or friends. Doesn't matter where you are if people are getting wasted and acting crazy it is not fun. Haven't had this problem here too much but it happens when you get that many people together. Go dodgers! Have fun and keep it peaceful ✌
  • I'm from Chicago, a lifelong Cubs fan and I've been to Wrigley countless times. And maybe that's why I love Dodger Stadium. It has an amazing feel, it's not flashy, but it's in a great spot for some amazing views of the scenery around. And it's not a bad spot to catch a ballgame either! I enjoy every game I've been to...and I'm starting to pile them up. Go Dodgers...not not before my Cubbies! :)
  • It is blue! And big but not too impersonal. The staff is helpful. Everyone is into the game. The bathrooms are clean. The food is great. And you see palm trees nearby. What more could you ask for?!!
  • I've never been a big fan of Dodger Stadium which may be in part because I'm a Padres fan and am spoiled with Petco's views, food and craft beer options, but I think Dodger Stadium could use some renovation. Additionally, most times I've gone (5 + times), I've either been heckled simply for wearing the opposing team's gear or have been with someone else who gets heckled (for going for the opposing team.) Parking is always an issue, and I don't find the stadium the most aesthetically pleasing place. The great thing about it though is when you're there, you know you're in a historical place, you see and feel the unity with Dodgers fans, every seat is almost always full, the downtown LA views are great from the parking lot, and they have a pretty cool all-you-can-eat option for a decent price. I'd give a 4 star rating for those alone if my personal experience as a fan for the opposing team was better.
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