Fans of the Dodgers or anyone with an interest in Major League Baseball shouldn't miss this opportunity to visit one of the most historic ballparks in the country. Opened in 1962 Dodgers Stadium is the oldest ballpark in usage after Fenway Park and Wrigley Field and seats 56,000. It has seen some memorable moments over the years and this is your chance to see behind the scenes where spectators rarely get to go.
Things to Do
- The Dodge Stadium Tour will take you to places in the stadium you may have thought you could only dream about every actually going to. This tour lasts around an hour and a half and depending on availability will give you access to The Dodger Dugout, the Vin Scully Press Box, the VIP restaurant and lounge situated right behind home base where you can see all the Dodgers' numerous World Series, Most Valuable Player, Cy Young and Rookie of the Year awards. You will even get a chance to go down onto the field itself.
- Special 45 minute pre-game tours are on offer. On this tour you also get a look at the Dodgers' trophy cabinet along with a walk through the Visitors' Clubhouse. The real highlight is the chance to enjoy watching the Dodgers' batting practice as they prepare for the game.
Dodge Stadium Tours Insider Tips
- Check out the features of the tour for yourself with the Stadium Tour Video online.
- Kids under 3 can get in for free. There are discounts for military, seniors and children under 14.