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  • Nathan R. Shrader
    Manchester, New Hampshire3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Take the tour!
    Although the game was fun, I suggest paying the $40 for the ballpark tour. It was worth every penny, especially for the chance to sit in the press booth and hang out in the media room. Please do yourself a favor and visit the Mets Hall of Fame and Museum too. I sat in Section 410 and it was one of the best ballpark views in baseball.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written August 1, 2023
  • Maltipoo16
    New York1,794 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Breakfast options needed for early entry on day games!
    The stadium is very nice and they have excellent clubs/lounges that are included with select tickets. The concession prices are extremely expensive and when early entry for a day game is around 10:30, it would be nice to have a breakfast option. We resulted in fried Oreos, as no one had time for breakfast before the 5 hour drive to the stadium. We enjoyed the seats and the food options available.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written August 18, 2023
  • Marvin G
    Ogdensburg, New York1,493 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of the new Stadia that is people pleasant
    City Field is a far cry from the old Shea Stadium. The only thing left standing is the Shea Bridge in outer right field. As you walk up to the Stadium from the Flushing line, you are engaged by a giant statue of Tom Seaver. Upon entry into the stadium, you are surrounded by memorabilia of bygone days encompassing names like Stawberry, Stengel, Piazza, Gooden, Koosman, etc and the Miracle Mets of 1969 and 1986. We had seats along the first base line in Row 16 with access to three clubs. With all of the food kiosks and stores selling swag, who needed them. We did venture up to the Piazza Club to catch a view of the NYC skyline from the stadium. The score board provided us with statistics on the player-at-bat and team that I never even knew existed. We ate to our hearts content with my grand nephew attempting to outeat what the Shake Shack had in their larder. He tried without success; but, that kid could really pack it in. Dan liked the Premio sausages, while I stuck with shawarma at the Halal stand. There certainly was enough variety in the offerings to satisfy everyone. Also, the staff kept the bathrooms clean and there was virtually no litter on the mezzanine floors. It was a pleasant afternoon and my Mets beat Pittsburgh 8 – 3. What more could you ask for! The only downside was a breakdown on the Number 7 and we were forced to vacate our train at Corona Ave., wait for three more trains to pass before we could get on another heading back to Manhattan. That’s New York for you.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 23, 2023
  • Jody J
    60 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Another great day at the ballpark!
    What a beautiful stadium! All of the workers are pleasant and so helpful! Easy to get to! Pay a little extra for reserved parking. If you park in Lot B, you will be glad you did. Hardly any wait and you will be on the highway in no time. 38,000 people and we were on the road in less that 10 minutes after getting in our car!
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 27, 2023
  • Lapinoloco
    Geneva, Switzerland392 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nice experience
    First baseball game ever! Really nice experience, loved it. And special start of the game as it was 9/11 22nd anniversary, we had really good seats, had nice hot dogs and french fries (it's just a shame you dont have high tables to eat, either on your seat or in the stairs). And really easy to get there and come back there from Times Square, direct subway, about 30mn for less than USD 3.-. Go Mets go! ;)
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written October 1, 2023
  • therichastill
    Stevenage, United Kingdom3,118 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Let's Play Ball!
    Citi Field is the home of the New York Mets. It is found close to Flushing Meadows and is next to Mets - Willets Point subway station. This is on Line 7 and there are regular trains running to Manhattan from here. There is also a very large car park for those who prefer to drive. The stadium is pretty big and impressive.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written November 1, 2023
  • Jack
    Old Bethpage, New York3,122 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great stadium!
    I went to Citi Field to see an NYCFC soccer game. The stadium is very clean and organized. There are many food vendors and bathrooms. Every seat has a good view of the field and there are multiple levels. I highly recommend!
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written November 19, 2023
  • aces11
    Nanaimo, Canada237 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Good ballpark and easily accessible.
    The food service was extremely slow at the pastrami sandwich vendor. And very expensive. The product was excellent, but I don’t that it was good value for the time and money. The ballpark was very nice. Clean and easily navigable, although we were told that the escalators get shut off immediately at the end of the game??
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written May 15, 2024
  • Bryant R
    32 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of best MLB stadiums out there!
    Biased as a NYer but this is one of the most fun stadiums in the country. Not a Mets fan but have nothing but admiration for the fanbase. Citifield is often voted as the stadium w the best food and that is still the case. This yr has a lot of fun rotating options in Taste of Queens. There are a lot of great local options. Believe it or not, the sushi (I know, in a ballpark) is delicious. We also got our first look at the Piazza Club (available to folks w 300 level tickets). Nice little oasis of calm in a bustling stadium. If you’re a ball fan or just curious about a fundamental part of NYC, swing by Queens for a visit!
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 1, 2024
  • Mark
    Chorley, United Kingdom9 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Intro to Baseball
    Fun and safe trip to first time baseball game. Subway journey from Times Square was easy, busy, pretty quick and safe. Picked up cheap ($24) with good views up on 5th tier. Food good, but service slow. Family all loved the experience, but got a bit cold towards the end of the game. Overall, definitely recommend for 1st time visitors as a safe, fun, entertaining event which always had something happening...even if the Mets didn't win!
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written June 1, 2024
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Thomas B
4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Friends
Not impressed. Having never been to a baseball game was eager to come and give it ago. But was in shock of the prices of the food and drink. I’d go as far to say it’s criminal! Charging people $8.25 for a bottle of water is shameful! Furthermore, a pint is $15! So before you go make sure you’ve remortgaged your home and prepare to watch yourself to watch 10 minutes of sport over 4 hours!
Written August 9, 2023
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John F
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2024 • Family
I took the Citi Field tour yesterday. Got there 15 mins early like the ticket says & them proceeded to wait another 45 mins for it to start because our tour guide never showed up & apparently, no one in that building knows who or what is going on in there. Eventually, Justin from Events showed up & gave us a tour. Justin was fantastic & I must say that you have an incredible employee on your hands. None of this is his fault.

What happened to the Museum? I understand that the team store was cut in half when the previous incompetent owners made the hall of fame & museum space & I understand expanding the team store to the size it previously was, but what happened to the museum? You crammed everything from the museum to a hall closet in center field & the rest scattered around the stadium? And the hall of fame was scattered by the escalators by the main entrance? Really? You would think the Fred Wilpon still owned the team.

I must say, this was a bad job. I would expect better from an owner claiming to be a Mets fan first. It just goes to show that no matter who owns this team, they will always get it wrong & this team will always be second rate.
Written July 9, 2024
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GoVols79
Chattanooga, TN3,750 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022 • Family
I love going to different MLB stadiums and this was my first visit to Citi Field. We stayed in midtown Manhattan and it was easy to get to the 7 train which takes you right to the stadium. We even got lucky and saw Mr Met before going inside. The rotunda is a great way to enter the park and I found it very easy to navigate. There were plenty of food options; especially on the main concourse level and in the outfield area. Our seats were in the upper deck which still afforded a great view of the action. The fans were into it which makes for a great atmosphere. Exiting the stadium and getting back to the train was easy as well. Our family had a great time seeing the Mets at Citi Field and would recommend it to any sports fan.
Written September 5, 2022
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Maltipoo16
New York1,794 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Friends
The stadium is very nice and they have excellent clubs/lounges that are included with select tickets. The concession prices are extremely expensive and when early entry for a day game is around 10:30, it would be nice to have a breakfast option. We resulted in fried Oreos, as no one had time for breakfast before the 5 hour drive to the stadium. We enjoyed the seats and the food options available.
Written August 18, 2023
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Scott F
Indianapolis73 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021
Had upper-deck seats to watch the Mets take on the Cubbies (sadly, Chicago lost) and can say it was one of the most enjoyable baseball experiences I've had in my many decades of going to games. The ballpark is beautiful and our "cheap" seats had a great view. And if you're an out-of-towner who has any trepidation about watching a game surrounded by locals, don't. The crowd was boisterous, but funny and friendly. Everyone in our section was trading jokes and stories by the end of the game. Food/beverage options are clean and just as pricey as you'd expect. Restrooms were clean, too. And if you like airplanes, you can watch takeoffs and landings at LGA from many of the seats!
Written June 21, 2021
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Ed G
Philadelphia, PA463 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
Saw a Sunday game Phillies / Mets and drove from Philadelphia. Mets fans were friendly. I thought it was an uninspiring stadium but my Mets fans friends said it's worlds better than Shea. I drove and parked, taking the Verazanno Narrows up and the GW back. Parking is simple and it seems like each exit dumps you directly on to the highway that will let you take either bridge on the return. I think it's like $10 extra in tolls if you take the GW but the traffic flows easier that way.

If it wasn't for the fact that I took my son and dad (and it was a Sunday) I would have driven to Secaucus and taken the train to Penn Station then the LIRR.
Written August 21, 2022
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Carmen Santiago
Mountain View, CA2,621 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
A wonderful place to watch a wonderful team. There are numerous food choices, from Mac and cheese to fish to your fav pizza and chicken nuggets. The bathrooms, even when the stadium is full is not too bad. The seats are a bit squishy - as in if there is a big boned person next to you then you will be squished. There is a lot to see in the stadium, do swing by the hall of fame.
Written June 3, 2023
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Andrew T
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022
Really easy to get to on the #7 train. Beautiful ballpark with great modern facilities. Great sight lines from 300 level. Security is really tight but quick and efficient. Just like every other MLB park, food and drinks are too expensive. Would recommend over Yankee Stadium as a venue (setting aside the obvious historical import of the Bronx baseball temple).
Written May 31, 2022
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Marvin G
Ogdensburg, NY1,493 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
City Field is a far cry from the old Shea Stadium. The only thing left standing is the Shea Bridge in outer right field. As you walk up to the Stadium from the Flushing line, you are engaged by a giant statue of Tom Seaver. Upon entry into the stadium, you are surrounded by memorabilia of bygone days encompassing names like Stawberry, Stengel, Piazza, Gooden, Koosman, etc and the Miracle Mets of 1969 and 1986. We had seats along the first base line in Row 16 with access to three clubs. With all of the food kiosks and stores selling swag, who needed them. We did venture up to the Piazza Club to catch a view of the NYC skyline from the stadium. The score board provided us with statistics on the player-at-bat and team that I never even knew existed.

We ate to our hearts content with my grand nephew attempting to outeat what the Shake Shack had in their larder. He tried without success; but, that kid could really pack it in. Dan liked the Premio sausages, while I stuck with shawarma at the Halal stand. There certainly was enough variety in the offerings to satisfy everyone. Also, the staff kept the bathrooms clean and there was virtually no litter on the mezzanine floors. It was a pleasant afternoon and my Mets beat Pittsburgh 8 – 3. What more could you ask for!

The only downside was a breakdown on the Number 7 and we were forced to vacate our train at Corona Ave., wait for three more trains to pass before we could get on another heading back to Manhattan. That’s New York for you.
Written August 23, 2023
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Eric R
Melville, United States7 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
Citi Field is a great place to watch a baseball game and lots of improvements have been made since it opened in 2009. The new scoreboard is huge and the stadium staff is friendly. Unfortunately, the Mets re located the Mets hall of fame plaques and museum. The hall of fame plaques look out of place upstairs in the JRR. The new Mets museum is too small and doesn’t pay homage to the wonderful Mets memories. My favorite baseball team has let greed getting in the way of paying tribute to the players of yesteryear. The larger team store is nice ,but not at the expense of the Mets hall of fame and museum.
Written June 30, 2024
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