Dodger Stadium is the third oldest continually used park in Major League Baseball and stands as one of the most unique and picturesque settings in sports, carved as it is into the hillside of Chavez Ravine overlooking downtown LA to the south and the San Gabriel mountains to the north.
With musical extravaganzas that have included rock, pop and opera royalty, a papal visit and unique events such as motorcycle racing and monster truck events, Dodger Stadium is also among the great entertainment destinations in the country.
Satisfy your inner fan with a tour through the stadium that features a trip to the field, a visit into the Dodger Dugout and more! Schedule at visit here: http://losangeles.dodgers.mlb.com/la/ballpark/stadium_tours
The best stadium in major league baseball. Obviously sitting field level is an amazing view. But ive had good times sitting in lodge or even the upper decks. The view is incredible wverywhere. Auch an amazing selection of food and the dodger dogs are second to none. The dugout club is something everyone needs to expiercence. Goooo Dodgers.
Dodger stadium has a certain appeal to it. It's not a modern stadium filled with the latest technology and services. Parking and traffic are crazy. And to top it off Chavez Ravine has a pretty bad history of how it ended up in the hands of the Dodgers organization. Even through all this the stadium just has a charm to it. It's one of the older parks in the league, the outfield still has bench seating and you can occasionally spot someone famous if you are sitting near the dugouts. Full Review