Since opening its gates in 1962, Dodger Stadium has hosted more than 147 million fans. The stadium has seen improvements, upgrades and additions over its 52 seasons, and remains one of Los Angeles’ most well-known landmarks. Whether you’re new to L.A. or you’ve lived here for years, a tour of this cathedral of baseball should be on everyone’s bucket list.
Touring Dodger Stadium isn’t like a normal trip to the ballpark to watch the game — it’s a whole new experience. The tour lets fans go truly behind the scenes to some of the most restricted areas of the stadium. The tour is about 80 to 90 minutes and typically includes a trip down to the field, a visit to the Dodgers’ dugout, a look at the Lexus Dugout Club and a walk through the Vin Scully Press Box.
Stadium tours take place at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. when a day game is scheduled, or on national holidays.
Exclusive pregame tours are available prior to the start of a game on certain dates for $30 to game-day ticketholders. To attend a pregame tour, you must have a game ticket and a tour ticket. This abridged tour lasts approximately 45 minutes.
Children 14 and under: $15
Seniors (55+): $15
Military Personnel: $15
Children under age 3: Free
Although this is a walking tour, all tours are wheelchair-accessible.
Pro tip: Bring your camera if you’re interested in capturing some of the fabulous views from the top deck.
More about Dodger Stadium: http://losangeles.dodgers.mlb.com.