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Tour Dodgers Stadium

 

It’s baseball season, and some L.A. visitors might be lucky enough to score tickets to a Dodgers home game. However, everyone can take advantage of the Dodgers Stadium tour and pop-up museum! Fans have been flocking to the stadium since 1962 for the incredible views and tantalizing history. With 56,000 seats, it’s an icon in American sports and has been home to some of the best players in the game.

See the ballpark in a brand new way with a behind-the-scenes tour that gives you access to a variety of restricted areas. Dodger Stadium is the third oldest in the country and houses a few secrets you’ll only discover during a tour. Every tour lasts 80 – 90 minutes and includes a trip to the stadium and dugout, exclusive peeks at the Lexus Dugout Club right behind home plate, a trip to see the World Series trophies, and a few surprises.

Take Me Out to the Ball Stadium

Tours are at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. daily and start at the Top Deck. Prices are $20 for adults and $15 for seniors and children 14 and under. The walking tour requires climbing ramps and stairs, although the stadium is wheelchair accessible.

Check the schedule, and book your tickets early, as games and events can disrupt usual tour times. While you’re there, check out the pop-up museum for a view of the 1953 National League All-Star Team signed ball, Sandy Koufax gloves and much more.

 

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