Visiting Dodger Stadium on Non-Game Days

While I am not a huge baseball fan, there is just something amazing about being able to see a massive stadium like this completely empty. Many people don’t know that you can actually visit Dodger Stadium on non-game days and go to the store, take a tour or sit in the upper deck. If you haven’t been then you should add it to your list, and here is all the information.

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Details

  • Free
  • Hours: Daily from 10 AM – 5 PM but double check before you go.
  • Location: 1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Getting There

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When you get to the entrance to Dodger Stadium, you just let them know that you are going to the store and they will give you directions to get there. It is pretty hard to get lost as they have cones up and you can really only go the way they want you to.

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After getting to the store, be sure to walk over and see the Dodger letters on the fence with the view of LA before heading in.

The Store

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The parking lot only had a dozen or so cars when I went.

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Heading up the stairs you will see the numbers for many famous players and can head into the team store.

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The store has everything you would anticipate seeing like hats, shirts, beanie babies, etc.

Upper Deck

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Heading out the back of the store though will take you to the upper deck, which is the highlight of this adventure.

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The upper deck is generally open, and you can sit in the stands and just take it all in.

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I even saw a few people with picnic lunches who came and ate while looking over the stadium.

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I was one of only a half dozen people here and it was so fun to be able to walk around and see all the angles.

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After hanging out and exploring for 30 minutes, I packed up and headed out. Here is a video that shows my time there.

All in all, this is a fantastic spot in Downtown LA for a small adventure. If you are a fan of the Dodgers then I imagine it would be even more fun then if you are not, either way, add it to your list and let me know what you think. Also, be sure to hit up Guisados for food before heading into the stadium.

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  • Vicky

    Hi, was the parking free when you went? As on game days its like $15!

    • Yep, it was free when I went, since it is pretty much just to visit the store.