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Comerica Park, Detroit

4.7
Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
Home to Major League Baseball's Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park features a 15.2 m (50 ft) Ferris wheel and seats more than 40,000 spectators. When not hosting baseball, the stadium is used for hockey and concerts. Fireworks celebrate the local team every Friday and Saturday after games, and a tiger growl accompanies every team home run. Make Comerica Park part of your personalized Detroit itinerary using our Detroit sightseeing planner.
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  • We love to catch a ballgame when in town visiting family. Although I miss the old Detroit Stadium, we enjoy making new memories here. Lots to see and do for kids, seating is excellent no matter where....  more »
  • Now we just need a winning team! Good sight lines on pretty much all of the seats. Ticket prices are reasonable right now, but the food and drink are overpriced. Try Hockeytown Cafe or one of the...  more »
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  • Lots of good sight lines and relaxing places to sit without being in your seat, taking advantage of food/beverage options and various angles. One thing I found that fell a bit flat was the overall showing off of the history of the team. With a newer-style park, just having a few small areas dedicated to decades, plus some statues of the all-time greats, failed to show off the rich history of the Tigers over a very long period of time.
  • The park is very large. It has some parking accommodations. It is well lit and has plenty of seats. The concourse where gifts, food and souvenirs are sold is overloaded with counters and stalls, but still, crowds abound. It takes a while to get anything. The bathrooms are just nearly adequate. For big games they are inadequate. Approach to the stadium is difficult due to the strange traffic patterns around the place The lights are not synchronized either so moving around downtown or exiting downtown is difficult to say the least. Service varies from excellent on the rare occasion to passable, usually, to terrible, from time to time. The games are good. There are some seats with good seating but even the booths aren't all they are cracked up to be. If you like professional baseball and have a couple of hundred dollars to drop on yourself and a date or a few hundred on a family outing of undetermined outcome then this is a good venue. Otherwise the Toledo Mudhens play nearby and there are plenty of AAA teams in Michigan to enjoy as well as some of the more moderately financed colleges that still the play the game and don't game the business.

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