Built in 1914, the iconic “friendly confines” has witnessed many memorable moments in baseball. A TripAdvisor traveler commented, “No Chicago visit is complete without a trip to Wrigley Field!"
This 270-acre sports complex was designed to resemble the iconic ballparks of the early 20th century. A TripAdvisor traveler noted, “It is one of the few stadiums that have tried to make you feel like the old time major league stadium still exists.”
Open 40 years now, Kauffman claims to have hosted more than 70 million baseball enthusiasts since 1973. “Every seat is a good seat, the fountains are iconic, and the outfield activities for kids are great,” commented a TripAdvisor traveler.
Fans are invited to explore this seaside ballpark opened in 2004, which complements the beauty of the surrounding Pacific Ocean. A TripAdvisor traveler noted, “The atmosphere is the best, the fans are super cool and the view is simply spectacular.”
Visitors enjoy magnificent sightlines for the game as well as stunning views of the skyline at this stadium that opened in 2004. A TripAdvisor traveler commented, “I've traveled around the country visiting baseball parks, and nothing quite compares.”
This park opened in 2006 and allows fans to enjoy the game against the backdrop of the Gateway Arch and St. Louis skyline. “If you stroll around the park, you will find that Busch Stadium is an experience all in itself,” said one TripAdvisor traveler
Baseball fans will enjoy America’s oldest ballpark. Since 1912, it has been home to Boston’s beloved “local nine” and is famous for the Green Monster. “Absolutely loved watching our first baseball game at Fenway!” commented a TripAdvisor traveler.
A modern classic and first of the “retro parks,” Camden Yards has been the popular home to Baltimore’s big league team since 1992.A TripAdvisor traveler said, “Just an amazing ballpark truly the total package for going to a baseball game.”
At AT&T Park, you can take in amazing views of the San Fran Bay in this ballyard, opened in 2000. Visitors wait for home runs to be hit into McCovey Cove. “Even if you don't like baseball, you must take in a game here,” said a TripAdvisor traveler.
This ballpark features spectacular sights of the Steel City skyline. Opened in 2001, PNC provides an intimate setting and spectacular sightlines from anywhere. A TripAdvisor traveler commented, “The views of the city from the ballpark are beautiful.”