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1000 Vin Scully Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012
1000 Vin Scully AveUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90012
Stadium, Baseball FieldToday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PMThursday 9AM–5PMFriday 9AM–5PMSaturday 9AM–5PMSunday ClosedMonday 9AM–5PMTuesday 9AM–5PM
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This classic ballpark, one of baseball's oldest, has hosted the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1962.- Google
"In my opinion still one of the best looking stadiums in all of baseball."
"Lifelong dodger fan but EXTREMELY dissappointed with dodger stadium."
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Michael Frink
in the last week
To those complaining of getting "heckled" for wearing the gear of division rivals while on the road, not in your home ballpark, what the hell did you expect? Be grateful if that was the worst of it. Seriously. Just ask Mr. Brian Stow.... If he's able to speak. Moreover, to the winners hating on the Dodgers' facility itself, go take in a Rays game in Tampa at Tropicana Field. Then come back to this page with an apology and a revised review.
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Frank Taldone
a week ago
I'm from Chicago, a lifelong Cubs fan and I've been to Wrigley countless times. And maybe that's why I love Dodger Stadium. It has an amazing feel, it's not flashy, but it's in a great spot for some amazing views of the scenery around. And it's not a bad spot to catch a ballgame either! I enjoy every game I've been to...and I'm starting to pile them up. Go Dodgers...not not before my Cubbies! :)
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Majeston Hanna
in the last week
This review could be a little bias and skewed from how good the night turned out so I'll try and see it I can do it in your direction the best I can. The drive from Culver City to Dodgers Stadium was obviously the worst part of the night beginning at the stand still bottleneck that began a little before getting on the 110,but to be positive about things I should be happy it didn't feel like starting the moment I pulled out of my driveway. We were on our way to celebrate my dad's 66th birthday at none other than the "Guns n Roses" concert at Dodgers Stadium and spirits were high... Along with other things but that is irrelevant here in California. I footed the bill for parking along with my buddy driving for parking at a cool thirty bucks which is pretty normal for any event in LA. The stadium was effective and efficient in moving the cattle through the gauntlet and into our seats without need for much more than the setup already in place. Hands and signs and necks on swivel looking and Bob checking and rechecking tickets. The entire concert was perfect and crowd around us no different. A couple isles down at one point sparked a fight with security and the people who like to drink more than enough to simply quench their thirst and we're quickly muted out of the venue. Wisly we thought is smart to leave before the last song and by doing so we're able to avoid any traffic jam whatsoever, making it home in minutes compared to the hours it took to get there ; hence Wisly. The one annoying part of the night were the random unauthorized t-shirt salesmen who seemed to pop in and out of nowhere in between the slowed down traffic getting in and I saw them prepping up for the same when driving out. Normally I'm all for people bucking up against the man and earning a little tax free coin but only if the product they are hocking can stand up to the real stuff.
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Elvia Cajero
in the last week
Historical landmark. If you are traveling to California, you must catch a game. Bring your glove! I'd give it a 5 star if parking and gift shops weren't so expensive. On the bright side, you can buy parking ahead of time online for $10😉. The stadium had had a lot of upgrades in the past years. Lots of spots to take pictures.
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Vincent Haberland
2 months ago
This is the second baseball stadium I have visited, and it was a very good experience. The parking staff was friendly and helpful when I was looking for my parking spot. At the stadium itself the same. We were friendly spoken to and helped towards our seats. With enough food/drinks to buy we had a very nice evening and enjoyed the atmosphere. Leaving was a little more of a problem because everyone is leaving at the same time, but also good planning and got out quickly enough considering the amount of traffic.
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Natalie Ice
a week ago
I've never been a big fan of Dodger Stadium which may be in part because I'm a Padres fan and am spoiled with Petco's views, food and craft beer options, but I think Dodger Stadium could use some renovation. Additionally, most times I've gone (5 + times), I've either been heckled simply for wearing the opposing team's gear or have been with someone else who gets heckled (for going for the opposing team.) Parking is always an issue, and I don't find the stadium the most aesthetically pleasing place. The great thing about it though is when you're there, you know you're in a historical place, you see and feel the unity with Dodgers fans, every seat is almost always full, the downtown LA views are great from the parking lot, and they have a pretty cool all-you-can-eat option for a decent price. I'd give a 4 star rating for those alone if my personal experience as a fan for the opposing team was better.
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rich walter
2 months ago
Great old school stadium. We sat in the third level. Steep but good sight lines. Beautiful view of the ravine. A lot of entertainment between innings. Plenty of concessions and beers on tap. Lots of parking but be prepared for walking and waiting⚾
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Dag Eirik Aurstad
3 weeks ago
Really fun to experience the game and the atmosphere for the first time, even though I still think the sport itself is a bit boring. Parking was no problem. Stadium has a wide selection of both regular and craft beer. The food could have been more varied though. All in all, a good experience. As a foreigner, I recommend you spend half an hour on the basic rules of the game before attending.


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