One of the oldest and most famous ballparks in the United States, Dodger Stadium draws thousands of spectators every year. It’s home base for MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers and is known as a “pitcher’s field” because of its reputation for no-hitter games.
In addition to home games for the Dodgers, the venue hosts boxing, ski-jumping and basketball. It gained international attention for the 1984 Olympic Games and has been chosen to host portions of the 2028 Olympic Games. Famous entertainers often perform at Dodger Stadium, including Madonna, The Beatles and Bruce Springsteen.
Enjoy a behind-the-scenes experience on a stadium or clubhouse tour, which gives access to the bullpen, locker room, Dodger Clubhouse, player’s weight room and batting cage. Pick up official team memorabilia, jerseys and collectibles at the Top of the Park store.
Dodger Stadium sits in the Elysian Park section of Los Angeles and on-site parking is available. The Dodger Stadium Express rail line runs every 20 minutes from South Bay station and every 10 minutes from Union station on game days. Rideshare services are also available.