Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, is an iconic baseball stadium and the proud home of the Detroit Tigers. With a seating capacity of over 41,000, it's known for its open-air design, offering expansive views of Detroit's skyline. The stadium uniquely blends modern and classic elements, featuring a carousel and a Ferris wheel, adding a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.
Comerica Park is distinguished by its large tiger statues and a water feature in center field, which choreographs water shows to music. The field boasts a well-maintained natural grass playing surface, enhancing the baseball experience. The park's architecture incorporates brick and steel, reflecting Detroit's industrial heritage. Inside, fans enjoy a range of local food options and state-of-the-art facilities, making it a beloved destination for baseball enthusiasts.
You are not permitted to bring in any outside drinks.
You are not permitted to bring in any outside food.
An updated no-bag policy has been implemented, permitting no bags, backpacks, purses or clutches, other than those required for medical reasons or diaper bags, into our venues. Clear bags will no longer be permitted.
If you have a bag that you need to bring in for a medical purpose (including diaper bags, breast pumps or other medical devices) please enter Comerica Park via the Media Entrance on Montcalm St. & John R St.
Section 131 and Big Cat Court - A good mix of burgers, dogs, BBQ but also black bean burgers and veggie dogs.
Section 131 inside Brushfire Grill - Sit down pub that is a good place to grab a beer.
Section 115 - Restaurant that has a variety of fare, over 50 tapped and bottled beers, and a full liquor license.