Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay, Florida, is a unique and notable baseball stadium, serving as the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. With a seating capacity of over 25,000, it's one of the few remaining domed stadiums in Major League Baseball, featuring a fixed, translucent roof that shields players and fans from the Florida weather. The stadium's interior is known for its quirky features, including the famous "Rays Tank," an aquarium containing live rays located just beyond the right-center field wall.
The field itself, with artificial turf, offers a distinct playing experience. Architecturally, Tropicana Field combines functional design with a festive, family-friendly atmosphere, offering various fan zones and interactive areas. Despite its unconventional features, the stadium has a dedicated fan base and plays a significant role in Tampa Bay's sports culture.
You are allowed to bring in one factory sealed bottle of water that is one liter or less, as well as children's single-serving juice boxes.
You are allowed to bring in outside food as long as the soft-sided container is smaller than 16"x16"x8”.
Soft-sided bags smaller than 16"x16"x8” are allowed, but backpacks are prohibited.
Section 125, Porch - Only a couple of grilled cheese, but the Short Rib Grilled Cheese has gotten a lot of praise and is a fan favorite
Center Field - Sit down restaurant and bar accessible 3 hours before first pitch, so this is definitely a spot to pregame at. They also have a virtual batting cage, social media wall, and classic bar games like darts and shuffleboard, plus access to Ballpark & Rec.
Porch - This indoor/outdoor bar is a great place to grab a drink and play some games like PAC-MAN, skeeiball, ping pong and Cornhole.