Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena, Los Angeles
(3.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Had to see this stadium once, so went to an NFL game -- first, parking on side streets wasn't too hard for free -- you may have to walk a bit but definitely worth saving the $20-$40 or more being char...  more »
  • Concrete of the would-be look with beauty and structure of close to 200 years old stadium to change its name of the Memorial arena. Buy tacos and spectators crowded on the approach to the sheets without waste or feel all old people have managed to experience. Fully enjoy, even if the seats are old crack watch features. Billboards had switched and small, low resolution, but I think experience mean in the country this is good.
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  • Did the guided tour and it was one of the best tours I've ever done. So much information and stories and you get to go to all parts of the stadium even right up to the top! My tour guide Robert was gr...  more »
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  • Definitely a 5 star when it comes to the history. Can't be compared to the new stadiums. Come on now your talking 1920's!!!! Our Grandfather's worked on that, back when skill and pride and workmanship meant something. Worth checking out, worth watching a game for the history of it. If your worried about price of food or beer don't get any!! LOL!!😅
  • Took in a Rams preseason game.. Paid $80.00! to park. The concessions area was oppressively crowded, waited in long lines and missed most of the game. It's time to retire the Coliseum. It is clearly showing its age, and it's a borderline fire hazard when you can't walk because too many people are in too small of a venue. I won't go back.
  • Eh. I've been to numerous events at this unfortunate venue and it is never more then a so-so experience. However, my experiences as a Rams Season ticket holder take the cake. At Game 1 pre season- 10 minutes before the game started vendors were out of hot dogs, chicken sand, water and change. Several vendors CC machines went down, they ran out of cocktails and soda...and nothing has changed since then. Most recently, I went to 3 vendors before finding one that had cooked bratwurst, at half time. Also, no one seems to refill the ketchup and mustard during the game so often in the second half we have to walk from gate to gate to find condiments. Service from several vendors was awful. They have been short fused, impatient and down right rude at times. As if us football fans being there was an inconvenience to them. They are very short on parking but we have had good luck parking in nearby neighborhoods. Many of the seats are cracked and the aisles are narrow....too narrow to let people pass comfortably. For the most part, the bathrooms are clean. Also, i gave a star as a general thank you to USC for lending the Rams their stadium and as an "I'm sorry" that students and fans of USC have to experience this place year after year and game after game.
  • Area super overrun with bums and ultra high prices for everything. $60 parking around it. Insanely high security no purses for ladies no bags of any kind unless clear and no beer at all sold here during games. No shade naturally, so this Coliseum is actually lower tech level than the ancient Roman Coliseum which had roof shades for the fans. Watch whatever it is on TV and save the BS of going to a place like this to suffer and pay a lot for it. I got free tickets to a USC game and I feel ripped off for even going in.
  • 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!