Did you know that there are more than just games at Dodger Stadium for you to enjoy?
The boys of summer may be back on the diamond, but that doesn’t mean that the games at Dodger Stadium are the only action at the ballpark. Since it opened its doors in 1962, the third-oldest stadium in baseball has welcomed fans from across the globe and not just to catch one of the many LA baseball games that continue to captivate the sports world year in and year out. Some guests have no interest in baseball but are looking to get a more intimate glimpse at this icon of American sports history by taking a Dodger Stadium Tour.
Being such a cornerstone of the game, there is more than just one baseball stadium tour available. To help you decide, here's a handy guide to get you started:
- Standard Tour – taking place on non-game days, this 90-minute tour includes a trip to the Field, visit to the Dugout and an exclusive look at the team’s Trophy Gallery.
- Pregame Tours (only available during the regular season) – an exclusive tour that begins 45 minutes before the game. Stops may include the Club Level Memorabilia Hall, VIP restaurant/lounge, interview room, and early access to enjoy batting practice. (Ticket to the game not included)
- Clubhouse Tours (select Saturdays and Sundays) – a true one-of-a-kind experience, this 2 hour tour will include visits to the Bullpen, the Weight Room, Batting Cage, Clubhouse, and the Interview Room.
- Jackie Robinson Tour – an intimate look at one of the most important figures in sports history. This 90 minute tour includes stories revolving around Robinson with visits to the Press Box, Trophy Gallery, Field and Dugout.
No matter what tour you decide, make your visit to the area a true homerun by staying at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel. Ideally located away less than 15 miles away, you’ll enjoy the perfect combination of major league comfort, convenience, and genuine hospitality!