Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Manchester

4.5
Northeast Delta Dental Stadium is a stadium in Manchester, New Hampshire that holds 6,500 people. It is used primarily for baseball, and is the home field of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats minor league baseball team. The first game played at the ballpark was on April 7, 2005, between the New Britain Rock Cats and the Fisher Cats. The first concert was performed by Bob Dylan on August 27, 2006. In 2011 insurance company Northeast Delta Dental signed a 10-year contract for the ballpark's naming rights with a five-year option.
The park was built on the former Singer Park in the Manchester Millyard, a soccer stadium that was also used for circuses, carnivals and a summer concert series. At least a portion of the ballpark is located on the site where bricks recovered from the demolition of the Arms Textile Mill were buried. The Arms Textile Mill was the site of the deadliest outbreak of anthrax in United States history.
The ballpark is located in the downtown area along the Merrimack River, facing northwest towards the heart of downtown. The park is within walking distance of many local landmarks, including Manchester's mill district, the SNHU Arena, the WMUR television station, the University of New Hampshire at Manchester college campus, and countless restaurants, bars, and hotels. It has an open concourse, allowing fans to view the action on the field at all times, and includes 32 luxury suites that line the upper level and provide fans with a panoramic view of the field.
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  • Took my kids for a Fisher cats. The entire night for 4 tickets, food and parking was less than a single ticket to Fenway Park.  more »
  • There are no bad seats in this stadium. You see every play up close and personal. The food venders include not just hotdogs and burgers but salads and wrap sandwiches that are reasonably priced. A rea...  more »
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  • Great place to see a baseball game! The atmosphere here is always upbeat and they make the games fun for families. The seats are comfortable and the restrooms are conveniently located. The food is overpriced but typical of a venue like this. They offer many themed games during the season with kids activities and fireworks. We always have a good time watching a fisher cats game here. The stadium is easy to access and parking is within a reasonable walking distance.
  • I think the concessions need some help...I waited 20 minutes in a line that didn't move, it appeared that food was being made to order as each person in front of me would order then stand waiting for 10 minutes before getting their food. I eventually gave up because there were still 10 people in front of me and I didn't feel like missing the whole game trying to get a pretzel. Otherwise it is a great experience and the games are fun! The concessions just need to be streamlined for faster service.

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