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Dodger Stadium, nestled in the Elysian Park hills overlooking downtown Los Angeles, is an emblem of mid-20th century architecture and the third-oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Opened in 1962, it's the home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Known for its picturesque setting in Chavez Ravine, it offers beautiful views of the San Gabriel Mountains and the Los Angeles skyline.

The stadium is celebrated for its expansive seating capacity, classic design, and well-maintained grounds. It's also a cultural landmark in L.A., hosting numerous historic events and concerts. Dodger Stadium remains a favorite among baseball fans for its enduring charm and quintessential Southern California experience.

NL West
April 10, 1962
Home Dugout:
Third Baseline
Visitor Dugout:
First Baseline
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Entry Policy

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Unbroken, factory-sealed plastic bottles of non-alcoholic beverages of 1 liter or less are permitted.

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You're allowed to bring in food, as long as it's not in bottles, cans, coolers or thermoses and you're not seated in a suite.

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Bags smaller than 16"x16"x8” are allowed.

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Button Mash
0.4 miles
to the ballpark
Asian fusion menu with craft beer, wine and video games
Mohawk Bend
1.2 miles
to the ballpark
Located in a 100-year-old silent movie theater, this place has 76 beers on tap and an assortment of drinks and food.
Philippe The Original
1.4 miles
to the ballpark
Historic deli known for their signature French dip sandwich as well as an assortment of other food and drinks

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