Great American Ball Park, nestled in Cincinnati, Ohio, is a renowned baseball stadium home to the Cincinnati Reds. This picturesque park, with a capacity of over 42,000, boasts stunning views of the Ohio River, creating a unique backdrop for baseball games. The stadium's design pays homage to Cincinnati's rich baseball heritage, featuring red-brick facades that blend seamlessly with contemporary architectural elements. One of its notable features is the "Smokestacks" in the outfield, a tribute to the steamboats that once frequented the Ohio River.
The park's interior is equally impressive, with a well-maintained natural grass field and comfortable seating that offers excellent sightlines for fans. Great American Ball Park is also famous for its array of local food options, celebrating Cincinnati's culinary traditions and enhancing the overall fan experience.
Guests are welcome to bring in soft drinks and water provided they are in clear plastic bottles and the safety seal has not been broken. Insulated foam or metal cups/containers from restaurants, convenience stores, gas stations, etc. are not permitted in Great American Ball Park. Yeti cups and similar products are also not permitted in Great American Ball Park.
You are allowed to bring in outside food as long as the container is smaller than 16"x16"x8”
No backpacks of any kind can be brought into the ballpark. Acceptable bags include Reds Heads bags, medical bags and diaper bags. All other carry-in items will be inspected prior to access into the ballpark.
Permissible carry-in items need to be 16”x 16” x 8”.