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Reviewed 3 days ago

Had the misfortune of selecting Dodger for our Dead and Company concert after great years in Vegas and Chicago. Stadium staff were not the regular crew the stadium uses and no one had a clue where anything was. Compound that with 100+ heat - long...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank pcryan5
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A very interesting and historic ballpark. If you like baseball, you should check out Dodger Stadium sometime. It's different from all other stadiums I've been to, though it is a bear to get out of it after games - just one way in and out...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank KatKealy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the best stadiums in the major leagues to see a game, it also happens to be one of the worst venues in L.A. for traffic after a game. If it's a weekend game or playoff game, exiting the stadium parking lot can easily...More

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Jerry C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Try to pick a Friday Night ballgame if you are able. great fireworks show after the game. reason for 4 stars is because the $18.50 beer.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Scott N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Even a modest baseball fan needs to visit the "Chavez Ravine" Truly one of the iconic sports venues in the US

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Randall4867
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Doesn't matter if you hate baseball or don't even know what it is, if you're in LA between April and October, a trip to Dodger Stadium to watch some baseball is as America as it gets and must games come with stunning palm tree filled...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This has been a go to location to see a baseball game in Los Angeles ever since the Dodgers moved here from Brooklyn in the late 1950's.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Stuart S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Blast to the past. Some new vendors, yet stadium design and parking are the stuck in past. There's no easy way in and out the park. Great place for families and Dodger Dogs. It's not cheap.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank SMOgal
Reviewed November 6, 2018

Everything is perfection! The only reason it is not 5 stars is because they still have too many sections that are not updated, but stuck in the 70's. Otherwise, the feel, the size, the history...a must see!

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank noeadventures
Reviewed November 6, 2018 via mobile

Not being a big baseball fan I thought I would give the dodger stadium a tour during the day. The tour was very good and well informed! I could feel the passion from the tour guides! You must try do this tour and visit the...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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christina m
September 18, 2018|
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Response from William R | Reviewed this property |
Christina, like every others falicities you will be able to bring back packs but the security will look into it.
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n2sheetmetal
August 31, 2018|
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We were not aware of any restrictions
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July 30, 2018|
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Response from _jedb424 | Reviewed this property |
That shouldn’t be a problem getting a good photo, I imagine they take you on the media level on the tour. Also the Dodgers will probably still be playing in October (fingers crossed). You might get some decent playoff seats... More
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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.