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1000 Elysian Park AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90012
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This classic ballpark, one of baseball's oldest, has hosted the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1962.- Google
"I love how the new ownership renovated the stadium."
"Have not been there this season truely a great place to watch a baseball game."
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Stacy Koorey
a month ago
So Fun!! The staff is really friendly and all acknowledged us as we walked by which, we both took notice to. Went twice this weekend and had no issues at all. Just a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend spent the All American way at Dodgers Stadium. It's a must! Go early to get the full experience :)
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Scott McCourtney
2 weeks ago
Best Stadium in the world. Such a great mix of culture and food. I love going there every time. Just be prepared for parking to be an experience. Follow the signs and you will be fine for everything inside and out.
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Elliott Arnold
3 weeks ago
With most of the old ballparks torn down, I love what ownership has done to keep the original look and feel while upgrading to include ammenities that all newer ballparks have! This is my most favorite ballpark to watch baseball currently and 2nd all time behind the original Yankee Stadium!
chavetto
3 months ago
Parking can be a pain during a sold out game. Get there early or better yet, park off site in a Chinatown lot for $3 and taking an uber or lyft is actually cheaper AND they can drop you off right in front of the stadium. The stadium itself is fantastic. The freshly cut grass, the smell of Dodger Dogs in the air. Best of all, you get to cheer on the Dodgers. A historical stadium and a historical team that has won 5 Championships in L.A.
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Bill Cornwell
in the last week
Total crap! They treat Angel fans like shit. If you like being surrounded by drunk obnoxious gang banger "fans" who think it's UFC NIGHT, and look for fights with visiting team's fans, then come to this once-good crapfest. I used to be a Dodger fan, but after the ballpark atmosphere changed from family friendly to a blue-clad gangbanger meeting place, I had to jump ship and head to Anaheim for a better Ballpark experience. Screw you, Jerkoffs in blue! GO ANGELS! HALO POWER IS BETTER, AND FAMILY FRIENDLY. GUGGENHEIM GROUP, YOU SUCK AND SO DO YOUR FANS.
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FAST///M3
a week ago
I have been coming here to Chavez Ravine stadium since I was a little Angelino. I love this stadium and the fans. I hope they never change the Originality of the place. Beach balls, the wave and a good Baseball team. Best stadium with a beautiful back drop of the Wonderful the San Gabriel Mountains.
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Lynn Lawler
4 months ago
Awesome venue. In addition to fun baseball games, they are veggie friendly and have coke zero. We love the loge level on the third base side. The entire venue has great views of the park. We love going there and plan on several visits this year. Go Blue!
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JR C
7 months ago
UPDATE: Seems that there is now a dedicated bus lane. This probably speeds things along, but have yet to try this again granted the last experience I had. THIS IS NO EXPRESS. I took this once for a Giants/Dodgers. Ended up begging the driver to let us out so that we can walk the rest of the miles on foot. The benefit you can truly state here is that you took public transit and you are green friendly. You will still sit in traffic like the rest of the cars, and you will be subjected to seeing people walk up a hill faster than your bus driver drives. -=-Is there any good?-=- Well, it's free with paid Dodgers ticket. Also if you are convenient to Union Station it's like having a DD. -=-When to take?-=- There seems to be no fast way up the hill other than coming super super duper early. If I were to take this again, I would have to catch a bus atleast 2 hours ahead of time so I don't miss half the game. If you are to subject yourself to this torture, then be sure to grab a seat. If the bus fills up to standing room only, I would elect to wait for the next bus. If you are going to be in a bus for 2 hours, it might as well be sitting.
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