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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. To visit Dodger Stadium and other attractions in Los Angeles, use our Los Angeles travel itinerary planner .
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  • we did not book ahead, but it was Atlanta playing, so not sold out. we were warned at the hotel if they had been playing the angels, padres, giants or A's to just "find a nice Mexican restaurant, coz ...  more »
  • If your visiting the Southern California area this is something you should do during baseball season, if you can get tickets. Overall its a great opportunity to see a baseball game at Dodger Stadium. ...  more »
  • Game day is coming to the main gift shop is not open right do. .. Even the bathroom is also encountered in the ballpark tickets to go into the break. Get me in the game only ㅠ ㅠ
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  • The experience was great until the time to exit. Coming in was organized and easy. Security was tight but not to the point where it was unpleasant which is always good. Walking through the stadium was cool with friendly informative staff. But in the way out there was nobody directing traffic so people walking in front of cars and pulling out in all different directions. That was hectic. So if they can work on that then that would be great.
  • This stadium is awesome. There was a live concert with other games and festivities surrounding the stage. Alot of places to take pictures. The food was delicious (can't beat a dodger dog with the works). I especially love how you can watch both teams' bullpens warming up during the game. All in all, I had a great time. I'm definitely going to another Dodger game.
  • Great stadium. Lots of history here and a wonderful place for the whole family. Plenty of security so you feel safe. I would suggest making sure you eat before the game as there concession prices are crazy. $7 bucks for a Coke , $11 bucks for nachos, etc. But all and all , a nice experience.
  • This is always an annual tradition of being with Daddy and hos boys. We generally sit in the all-you-can-eat pavilion section because we love to eat as we watch the game. We noticed that the prices have gone up per ticket, and the food choices are limited and never change. It is now way overpriced to sit in the pavilion section, and it's no longer good value for your money. If I want value, I;d much rather sit in upper reserve and pay less money while at the same time enjoying a much broader food selection.
  • So much history here. Older ballpark but you can feel the history. Great view from upper deck. You can see the whole field. Really good food. Dodger burger is amazing and so are the garlic fries. Oh and the soft serve ice cream is fantastic. Really don’t think there is a bad seat in the house.
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