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LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

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  • In 1932, 1984 LA Olympics main stadium of twice as old and magnificent USC Trojans football team and now with the stadium LA Rams used as the home stadium. For a fee, you can participate in the ongoing stadium tour view from the rooftop, and a nice view, the players in the locker room for the actual use and can reach up to a nearby field, and bleachers. The explanation is interesting Al garage.
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  • Self guided and guided tours available. Self guided tours are $10 between 10am-4pm and ONLY allow you in the Peristyle area including the Court of Honor. Guided tours occur twice daily and last approx...  more »
  • We took a tour of the facilities and it was really unorganized. The stadium needs some serious updating and improvements. Also the screen weirdly feels too far away to see. I would not recommend spend...  more »
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  • We went to see the Rams play. Sat towards the middle up towards the top tickets 100. We could see the game nicely. Seats were not uncomfortable. The Food: not so great. Hot Dog $6 bun hard hot dog livable. Nachos ok. Bath rooms old and smelly. Can't wait till they are in the new stadium.
  • Love the LA Coliseum, yet it can be Pricey! Where else can you go to a place that has played host to two separate Olympics 50 years apart. You can avoid crazy parking prices by taking the metro train here in Los Angeles. Quite convenient. It is decent for concerts however not the best sound as it wasn't designed as an outdoor concert hall. I've seen many a football game here as well as the Olympics in 1984 and I'm happy that the place is still around in all of its old-school Glory. $12 to $15 for a beer, is kinda Rediculiuosly expensive. As well as high prices for most of the concession stand treats, Yet they have got you trapped once you're inside and if you want to drink you've got pay the price. Even bottled water is $5.00, If they didn't rip you off so hard I would give this place 5 stars. Go to the Coliseum and have some fun.
  • My first time at an NFL game. And I have to admit the stadium is cool and all, but it's old as hell. I can't wait until the new one is ready. The only benefit is being able to take the Red Line Station to the Expo line to get there. Aside from that this place is a historical landmark. And we probably should not be in there. Even though this thing's built crazy good way back in the day it was leaking everywhere today during the game. Even if you try to get out of the rain and go inside there was still water dripping from everywhere. It was a really good game even though the Rams lost. And even though it was raining most of the time enjoyed my first experience in an NFL game. Can't wait for the new stadium
  • I have been here a few times for different events, this year was the first time I had the opportunity to see a USC football game in person (I have been a fan as far back as I can remember 1972), and it was the best experience possible. 50 yard line seats and the Trojans won. Great day.
  • I know the Los Angeles Rams will be moving after the new stadium is built, so I will preface this review accordingly. The stadium is old. Too old to be hosting an NFL team / game. It is only temporary but watching a game here is brutal. From the ridiculously long lines to concessions or to just getting out of the stadium when the games over. They close all the streets so far down that you have to walk 13 intersections just to get to a spot where an uber can even pick you up. Terrible planning. There is no cover in the stadium so you will scorch in the sun for day games. All in all, finish the new stadium ASAP!