Ringed by palm trees and within view of Downtown LA’s skyscrapers and the San Gabriel Mountains, Dodger Stadium has been an iconic part of the Los Angeles skyline since the early 1960s. The third-oldest baseball stadium in the MLB, after Fenway Park in Boston and Wrigley Field in Chicago, Dodger Stadium is a destination for sports lovers, as well as other fans. Legendary artists like Elvis Presley, Elton John, and the Beatles have all performed at the venue, and the stadium still hosts blockbuster concerts today.
To experience Dodger Stadium’s attractions for yourself, book advance tickets, and enjoy a day at the ballpark as part of your Los Angeles adventures.
Things to Know Before You Go
- General Dodger Stadium tours are held three times daily most days; other tour options include Clubhouse and VIP options, and can be booked online.
- Backpacks, luggage, and large purses are not permitted in the stadium.
- Dozens of concession offerings are available on site, from hot dog stalls to taquerias.
- Dodger Stadium has numerous facilities to assist disabled visitors, including elevators, accessible seating, and wheelchair assistance programs.
- Look for a statue in honor of baseball legend Jackie Robinson at the entrance plaza.
How to Get There
If using public transportation, take the Metro Gold Line to Chinatown station, from which the stadium is just a quick stroll away, or use the number 1, 2, 3 or 4 buses. Fans with tickets can also take the free Dodger Stadium Express from Union Station, which begins 90 minutes prior to the start of play and runs until 45 minutes after games conclude. Paid parking lots are also hosted on site, if you plan to drive.
When to Get There
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ season runs from March–September each year, while preseason events, concerts, and other happenings also take place at the stadium. Event times vary; stadium gates open approximately two hours prior to start time.
How to Purchase Dodgers Tickets Want to take yourself out to the ballgame during your Los Angeles trip? There are multiple ways to purchase single tickets to Dodger Stadium. Buy tickets online via the Dodgers’ site, or use secondary services like StubHub. Tickets can also be bought via 1-866-363-4377. Advance ticket sales at the stadium begin one-and-a-half hours prior to play, and close two hours after the start of the game.
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