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Dodger Stadium Tours and Activities

The home of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012, making it the third oldest baseball stadium in the Major League. With a seating capacity of 56,000 fans, it's also the largest baseball-only stadium in the world. Set in Sulfur Canyon's Chavez Ravine in Downtown L.A., Dodger Stadium affords views of the Downtown skyline, Elysian Park and the San Gabriel Mountains.

The stadium sits on the site of a 10-year struggle between Latino Angelenos and L.A. city planners called "The Battle of Battle of Chavez Ravine." In the early 1950s, Chavez Ravine was still Mexican-owned land and home to dozens of low-income, Spanish-speaking residents, and liberal politicians sought to create on-site public housing for them. When a more conservative administration took office, however, this housing project was scrapped in favor of building Dodger Stadium. Developers financially pressured neighborhood residents in an effort to displace them, and though many resisted for years, L.A. city government eventually won majority support and was able to purchase the land and designate it for public use.

Dodger Stadium finally opened its doors in 1962. Since then, it has hosted several World Series, as well as baseball games played during the 1984 Olympics. One of the best-maintained stadiums in America, it was afforded its own zip code in 2009 and officially named Dodgertown. An extensive series of environmentally-friendly renovations, including the addition of several new bars, restaurants and a batting cage for visitors, will hopefully be made before the 2013 season which begins on March 31st.

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1000 Elysian Park Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 90012
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Private Los Angeles Helicopter Ride with Rooftop Landing

Private Los Angeles Helicopter Ride with Rooftop Landing

See Los Angeles from the air during a 50-minute helicopter tour with your┬áprivate party of up to four passengers. Cast your eyes┬áover sweeping views of the Pacific Palisades, Marina del Rey, Beverly Hills, Hollywood and the Sunset Strip. Toast your aerial adventure with Champagne during a 15-minute landing atop┬áa building that overlooks the downtown skyline. Take┬áoff from BurbankÔÇÖs Atlantic terminal and choose from multiple departure times.
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  • 1 hour
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Hollywood & The Beach

Hollywood & The Beach

Enjoy a breathtaking flight above Hollywood for an up-close view of the Hollywood Sign and Downtown L.A. Sights can include Topanga Cyn, Malibu, Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Hollywood Sign, Dodgers Stadium, Staples Center, Griffith Park Observatory, The Hollywood Bowl and much more!
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Should I book Dodger Stadium tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Dodger Stadium can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 2 Dodger Stadium tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Dodger Stadium 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Dodger Stadium costs USD 511.80. Guided Dodger Stadium tours start around USD 511.80 per person. See all 2 Dodger Stadium tickets and tours on Viator.
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