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Citi Field, Flushing

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A modern ballpark with a capacity of more than 45,000, Citi Field is home to the Mets. Located inside the stadium is the Mets Hall of Fame & Museum, which, together with the rotunda, you can visit on a game day with your ticket, or on a guided tour for which you can apply online. The stadium features up-to-date facilities, comfortable seats, and plenty of food choices. The main entrance, known as the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, is dedicated to the first African American man to play in Major League Baseball. Once inside you can admire the statue of the number 42 dedicated to Robinson, as well as his credos, which are etched in the archways. During the game, if a Mets player knocks one out of the park, you’ll see the giant Home Run Apple light up and rise. Even though the stadium has large parking lots, if you’re driving to the game, arrive early so you're sure to get a spot. Our Queens travel route builder website makes visiting Citi Field and other Queens attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • My husband and I went to watch our first live baseball game and the atmosphere was amazing. It helped that the mets were giving away a build a bear teddy . We arrived a few hours early on the subway a...  more »
  • I watched the Yankees play two games during the trip, but i didn't know anything about it, but i went to it three hours ago, and two hours ago I was in the middle of a major league... It's a very nice place to stay if you're a baseball fan, but it's a bit difficult to sit in a different place because you're checking your tickets in all areas, but it's a bit difficult to move around in the outfield food court and shack burgers in the outfield food court. The day I went, diggrom was brushed off, and the cheerwas very hard... I would definitely stay here again. It's a great place to stay
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  • One of the best stadiums in baseball. Great selection of restaurants and plenty of accessible bathrooms. Vendors constantly making their rounds for orders at the seats. Just walking around and exploring the stadium is entertaining. If driving is a concern, the subway drops passengers off within a short walking distance. Truly a modern stadium that will never disappoint...other than you know who...
  • This was my first visit to Citi Field. It was a beautiful stadium and the field was in great shape. We had a great time hanging out with friends in Labor. The food was good. Great choice on the drinks! Great time was had by all!! And the bonus- Mets won the game!

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