Dodger Stadium Tour

Dodger Stadium Tour

Dodger Stadium Tour

The once fabled Brooklyn Dodgers who later moved to LA in 1962 have had 50 years to become the new Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers have played in the third oldest stadium in Major League Baseball for all of these years in front of fans of all ages from all over the world. Many legends of baseball proudly wore the name Dodgers across their chests: Don Drysdale, Sandy Koufax, Tommy Lasorda, and Steve Garvey. These are some of the names that are well known even among people who know nothing about baseball. These former Dodger greats transcend the game of baseball and attract fans from outside the sport.

Fans who want to see Dodger Stadium in a way that they cannot really do when they come for a game should check out the Tours that are available. Each tour is about 80 to 90 minutes long. Guests will see different aspects of the field and learn about some of the famous plays and interesting baseball trivia. On non-fame and non-event days, fans can check out the Dodger Dugout. They will then walk a path to Vin Scully Press box where games have been broadcast for 50 years.

Tickets for tours cost:

Adults: $15
Seniors (55+): $10
Active Duty Military: $10
Kids 3 -14: $10
Kids under 3: Free

Group tours are offered with special pricing for groups of 20 or more people. Tour times are 10 am and 11:30 am. All tours start at the Top Deck Store. Guides ask that guests arrive at least 15 minute before the tours are scheduled to begin. All tours are run rain or shine so dress accordingly. You will walk about a mile, so wear good and comfortable shoes, too.

The history of baseball is one that is loved by many in the USA and around the world. The history of the Dodgers is one that goes back into the 1800s when the team was the Brooklyn Dodgers. Over the course of the team’s history many championship games have been hard fought and won by well-loved and respected players.

Visit Dodger Stadium for the love of the game and the experience that will be long remembered after the final out of the game. You and your kids will remember where you sat and watched the game when that “great play” happened. Do you remember where you were when Koufax or Drysdale pitched a complete game? I bet you do!

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