Chase Field opened in downtown Phoenix March 31, 1998 to much fanfare as a part of the local area business owners’ plan to create an exciting anchor among all the sports venues in this major city in the Southwest. The local sports community wanted to help boost the vitality of downtown Phoenix by creating an exciting atmosphere for locals and visiting fans to enjoy. They did a great job, too!
Chase field is a wonderful stadium with unique features no one will experience at any other stadium in MLB. The biggest and most notable is the dB TV video scoreboard. This board is 8 times larger than the largest jumbotron scoreboard seen at other stadiums.
Another special feature fans can readily appreciate in the often unbearable AZ heat is the Ram Trucks swimming pool located over in right field. Fans love to see a homerun ball land in the pool. The pool at Chase Field is the only one ever installed in a baseball stadium. The retractable sun roof can close or open independently on each side or closes completely to allow the air conditioning to kick in on very hot summer days.
Other attractions include the Giles Casino Plaza, The Sandlot, Miller Diamond Club and Dugout Suites.
Guided tours are available for individuals or groups of up to 20 people. Public tours are Monday through Saturday at 9:30 am, 11:00 am, and 12:30 pm. Due to limited space and the chances that tickets may sell-out; you should buy yours in advance to reserve a spot. Tickets for these tours are priced at:
Kids ages 4-6 years: $3 ( under 3 years: free)
Groups of 25 people or more should purchase their tickets two weeks in advance of the date they wish to visit. The larger group tours are Monday through Saturday at 10:30 am and 12 pm. Tickets for the large groups are prices at $5 for each person.
Call or email the Chase Stadium ticket office to purchase your tour tickets.