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1000 Elysian Park Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States
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
"Such a great stadium to watch a game."
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"A great place to catch a baseball game."
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Lynn Lawler
in the last week
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
3 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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dodgerdog67
5 months ago
Nothing like an afternoon (in the shade) or evening at Dodgers Stadium watching our boys in Blue. The beautiful vistas including palm trees and mountains providing the backdrop. Been to several ballparks including Wrigleys (artificially "historic") and ATT in San Fran (artificial, Period) but none capture the natural age and grace of Dodgers Stadium. Think BLUE.
Mary Smart
5 months ago
My Husbund Has Been A Dodger Fan Since 1969 And Dodger Stadium Has Always Been A Home Away From Home Even On TV Now In Fla. But Being A Dodger Is LIke Being A Marine Once A Dodger Always A Dodger. Semper Fi.
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Kristin Smith
a month ago
I've been going to games for as long as I can remember especially for the DodgerDogs, now I go to take pictures and get lost in the game , as my parents are season ticket holders starting last season I go even by myself its fun just walking around the stadium getting randon old and new players autographs (around the park) and its nice just to feel apart of something bigger... One comment I have to say that the area is Elysian Park (with a great view of downtown Los Angeles in the background at the top of the park (by the shop) Its never been known as Chavez Ravine till I heard someone say it last year... I mean are people just making up places now getting rid of the known and replacing with generalities (for example replacing Woodland Hills a real city with LosAngeles) and/or new names entirely? The same with our landmarks or known locations (ie RedRobin in Calabasas with a crappy deli called Lovi's)... Its annoying and if you dont like it u shouldn't b here... Go back to Mexico,Timbuktu or wherever it is that u came from and stop ruining the world. I am so soooo over catering to other people and their language, their bitching, their taking advantage of the people who work. If u dont like it leave. This is the United States of America where we speak English, drive on the right side of the road, and uses miles and fahrenheit...
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Jamie Toelle
3 weeks ago
Lots of parking and the stadium is well layed out. Only problem is getting any type of Cellphone coverage during a game, you won't be able to even text or send a photo. The food is overpriced too so don't go hungry.
Daniel Astorga
3 months ago
DODGERS STADIUM IS NOT JUST A BALL PARK ITS A PART OF SO MANY PEOPLE'S LIVES OR HOW I CALL IT MY HOME AWAY FROM HOME DODGERS ARE #1 THEY ALWAYS HAVE BEEN AND THEY ALWAYS WILL BE PEOPLE ASK ME AM I A DODGERS FAN I TELL THEM I BLEED BLUE MY ROOM ON ONE SIDE ON THE WALL ITS ALL DODGERS AND A SHELF FULL OF DODGERS STUFF I EVEN HAVE PICTURES OF DODGERS AND PICTURES WITH DIFFERENT DODGERS PLAYERS WITH ME AND AUTOGRAPH PICTURES TOO THINK BLUE
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Kevin Berry
5 months ago
How this place is averaging 4 stars is beyond me. Even as a Cubs fan who frequents one of the oldest stadiums in the world, this place wasn't far off from that. Even driving to get to Dodger stadium is a nightmare. Now granted a lot of that has to do with L.A. traffic but it literally took us 30 mins once inside the park to get up the hill and find parking. And when we did parking, it was far away from the stadium. We paid the regular $15 parking fee but I think it's absurd to have preferred parking for SIXTY DOLLARS. The stadium is old and needs to be rehabbed badly. They added a lot of features on the outside (palm trees, signs, etc) but once you are inside, it's like you are walking around a subway. Highly disappointed. If I didn't have great seats, I would have just left. Price wise it's typical for most ballparks. I did get the garlic fries which were pretty good. And its hard to mess up beer on tap. But for my 1st Dodger experience, I was disappointed.
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