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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My wife and I went on a tour of the stadium in late Jan 2019 and has the best time discovering everything the Dodgers have to offer. Awesome to walk on the ground and chill in the dug out. Next trip will include a game...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank HowellyBear
Reviewed 2 days ago

A magical venue just as beautiful as when it was built over 60 years ago. The high prices for everything are a challenge for many but welcome to professional sports today. That doesn’t excuse the $25 fee charged by former owner McCourt for parking a...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Mark B
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was an awesome tour for anyone who has any interest in the Dodgers or baseball in general. It was a reasonably small group of baseball fans getting to see parts of the stadium that are generally not accessible to everyone.From seeing the private suites...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Gary M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Dodger Stadium itself doesn’t look very modern, unfortunately. The baseball field is beautiful. The stadium opened in 1955 and has a seating capacity of 56,000. It's the oldest park out west and third oldest overall. Although a bit run down, you have to love the...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank MrWarrenM
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

for not being the home of the sf giants, this could go down as the second best ball park in the u.s., great seats all over, great vendors, fun times at the old ball game.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank CHRIS L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Love the Dodgers and go to many games. I feel it's a very safe venue. There is security everywhere and they take care of any trouble makes quickly. Food and Facilites and great. They have a few resturants also.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank liketotravel619
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nothing and I mean nothing beats a game at Dodger Stadium! They are so exciting to watch, seated with your beer, popcorn, Dodger Dog or your choice of cuisine! And the crowd cheers are endless! Try visiting on a culture night where T-shirts have your...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank kathleencL5135JA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The home of the LA Dodgers in the nicest baseball park in the country. Beautiful setting in Chavez ravine makes every game a winning experience.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Steven S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What a time we had at or first baseball game. If you are in LA take time to see a LA Dodger's Game! It was a great time for the entire family, we had first base line at field level and it was the best!...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Mainzer
Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

Had a great weekend of watching ball. Sat in right field and down the third base line. The atmosphere in the outfield was awesome. Party like fun time. Wish I had know that it was all you can eat prior to buying a couple of...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Tony W
January 14, 2019|
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Response from bubba2307 | Reviewed this property |
It was easy to get tickets. I bought mine through vivid seats before we went. I like to have the option to pick good seats. Right field bleachers are an all you can eat so good value I would also recommend going to an... More
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Jessica M
December 30, 2018|
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Response from 2MARY9 | Reviewed this property |
I do not think they charge for tour parking. Enjoy the tour and make sure you post it. Can't wait to see the pics. :)
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Susan H
December 27, 2018|
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Response from PlatinumHoney | Reviewed this property |
Easy enough to park there in the off season, but we Uber-ed back and forth when we went, which made it pretty easy. Don’t sweat it, just let a car service take you back and forth!
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orangectyny
Cornwall, New York
More directions to Dodger Stadium..please help (5 Replies)
I know this subject has been touched on many, many times, but your assistance is appreciated. We are arriving the 2nd week in Sept and staying up in the Valley--12600 Riverside Dr., North Hollywood. We will have a car, but were looking at public transportation to get to the stadium for the Dogders/Giants game on Thursday night. I notice on the map that Union station is on the other side of the stadium from where we will be..now we could go on 101 and hopefully avoid traffic if there is...More
August 11, 2013|
Response fromMachThree|
I would do this: Drive to the North Hollywood subway station- its at the intersection of Chandler Blvd. and Lankershim Blvd. - about 2.5 miles from your address on Riverside Dr. There you can take the Red Line subway all the way to Union Station (about 30-35 minutes transit time on the train plus waiting time for the train - the train runs every 12 minutes roughly). There's a big free parking lot next to the subway station.
whoitbe
central illinois
Lowes Hollywood to Dodger Stadium (10 Replies)
Is there a bus that goes from Lowes Hollywood area to Dodger Stadium for a game. One even sponsered by a local bar. If so how much does it cost? Any other ideas?
July 09, 2012|
Response fromHopSkipJump|
The #2 bus eastbound on Sunset Bl (a 7-minute walk south of the Loews) goes by Dodger Stadium. Get off at Innes Av and follow the crowds. There is another transfer option involving taking the red line metro rail from Hollywood/Highland station (adjacent to your hotel) to Union Station in downtown (L.A.) -- you'll be passing the Stadium as you ride the train. Then, at Union Station, transfer to the 'free bus' to Dodger Stadium. No one has actually posted their experiences doing this but, in my...More
KokChen
Singapore, Singapore
Where to stay? (2 Replies)
Hello, I'm travelling in Los Angeles from 21st to 26th December (arriving on 20th and flying off 27th), and am currently looking for an area to stay (AirBnB etc). I can't drive, so I'll be relying on the bus and metro. For now, I'm looking into staying in the Hollywood area, and wanted to ask, how convenient is transportation in the area? I see the red line in Hollywood connects to Union station. Would it be alot better to stay more central? Currently I'm interested in visiting the...More
September 26, 2018|
Response fromscottca075|
KokChen, welcome to the forums. It would help if you'd update your profile to show where you are from. That will effect people's answers. Do you have a working smartphone? Uber and Lyft are great ways to get around. Hollywood is where you want to stay. >>>Sprouts Farmers Market<<< Are you sure you mean Sprouts Farmers Market? It is just a grocery store like any other grocery chain in LA. It is not a farmers market.