Los Angeles Dodgers / Dodger Stadium




Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers and one of the most popular sports franchises in professional sports.  Dodger Stadium opened in 1962 and is the third oldest park in Major League Baseball.  Offering one of the most unique and picturesque settings in sports, Dodger Stadium is carved into the hillside of Chavez Ravine, overlooking downtown LA to the south and the San Gabriel mountains to the north.

While more than three million fans pass through the turnstiles at Dodger Stadium to cheer on the Dodgers during the baseball season, there is yet another opportunity to see the stadium up close and personal...with a behind-the-scenes stadium tour.  Tours are offered 12 months a year and provides guests with the opportunity to visit the Dugout, walk through the Vin Scully Press Box, and view the World Series trophies and other historical pieces from this iconic franchise.   

For tour information, dates and times, please visit www.dodgers.com/tours.  

ADA Accessible
Instagram Handle: @dodgerstadiumtours
Public Space ADA Compliant
Accepts Credit Cards
Eco Friendly
Family Friendly
Student Group Friendly
Self Parking
Tour Group Friendly
Regular Adult Price: 20.00
Regular Children Price: 15.00
Regular Senior Price: 15.00
Gift Shop
Dining/Food Available
Historic

Largest Room Square Footage: 4400
Total Meeting Rooms: 5
Capacity Inside: 450
Capacity Outside: 5600
Available for Buy Out
Auditorium With Stage
In-House Catering Service
Max Theater Capacity: 300
Max Reception Capacity: 450
Max Banquet Capacity: 240
Max Classroom Capacity: 200