Home to the Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger Stadium is the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball and the largest ballpark by seating capacity.
Main Park Information
Park Access –
Third base side Field & Loge Level and Left Pavilion gates open 2 hours prior to the start of the game. All other gates open 90 minutes prior to the first pitch. All parking gates open 2 hours prior to the start of each game. Gate times may vary for special events such as Opening Day and the Postseason.
Parking for automobiles and motorcycles is $15. Parking for large vehicles including buses, motor homes, limousines and other oversized vehicles is $35. More information at dodgers.com/parking
Top of the Park Gift Store –
Located on the Top Deck behind home plate and is open Monday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The store is also open during all Dodger home games through one hour after game ends. Fans can also visit the brand new Field Level team stores located near both entrances on the Left and Right Field Level, as well as the Loge Team Stores, located in the Loge Terrace and at the Right Loge Level entrance.
Containers & Coolers –
Hard-sided coolers are not permitted into Dodger Stadium. Guests may bring in soft-sided coolers that do not exceed 14 inches square and must be stored under the seat. All containers and coolers are subject to inspection by stadium personnel prior to entering the gates.
Things To Do @ Dodger Stadium
Autograph Alley –
Located in centerfield, adults and children get the opportunity to meet and get autographs from a Dodger star of the past.
Kids Corral –
Children who come early descend Aisle 27 to an on the field area within stanchions on the genuine warning track. On a daily basis, current players stop by and sign autographs. The revolving process is efficient enough that many children get their moment.