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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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  • The historic Dodger stadium is one of the gems of Los Angeles. Nestled in the Chavez Ravine in the downtown area is iconic. Dodgers have called it home for over 50 years. Easy in and out parking and p...  more »
  • Very fun stadium, there is only one way in and out but doesn't seem like it. My wife had a hurt leg so I paid about $20 for closer parking, that isn't bad at all. You enter the stadium from above and ...  more »
  • I'm a big fan of the Yankees, so Dodger Stadium is where our nemisis lives. It's a really nice stadium, very big. And it sits ontop of a hill, so you can get a beautiful picture of the city at sunset ...  more »
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  • I feel like this is the most amazing place on planet earth. It fills me with joy to hear the name of this place. It is wonderful in its omniscient and all seeing glory. Fans like me get to see players like the all knowing Clayton Kershaw here. He strikes batters out like it is his full time job, oh wait... It is his full time job. Then players like Justin Turner hit homers and it makes every game enjoyable. Thank you dodgers stadium.
  • Beautiful ballpark! There really isn't a bad seat in the house, but just remember the first base side gets most of the sun until it gets dark. Food can be pricey, but it is good. You also have the option in bringing in your own. Remember, you can not bring in alcohol and no tailgating in the parking lot. Parking is pricey, but there is usually no trouble in finding a spot. There is a lot of traffic so be sure to arrive as early as possible. The team has a bright future and our family is so happy to be a part of it. We go to several games each season and it's a magical place to watch a game. I have been to over half of the MLB stadiums in the country and this is definitely a top 5 ballpark.
  • It was all good until the server from the dugout...didn't want to fulfill our mobile order because the mobile app was down. He ALMOST ruined our experience but because I meditate and practice breathing tecniques....I quickly let that go and enjoyed the moment. Dodger Heaven was astonishing to see. And overall their service is a perfect depiction of excellent client service.
  • I have never had a bad time here unless of course the Dodgers lose. People say that it's dangerous but I take my young kids and have never felt unsafe. Like every sporting event there are people that drink too much but I stay away from them and like I said never felt unsafe. Lately I've noticed more security which only makes me feel safer. All in all I love this park and team.
  • I haven't attended a game here - being from New Zealand I've never attended a game so have no comparison - but the tour we had was excellent. Our tour guide, Cat, was very knowledgeable and with plenty of energy, and the tour itself took in a large part of the stadium without feeling like we were being rushed, and shared with us some of the stadium's impressive history and quirks. Even as someone who's had very little prior experience with baseball, I'd recommend this as a great day out.

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