Scott Stadium2 Votes
- Address: 1815 Stadium Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA, United States
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids
The stadium is known by its name among the tourists, especially those who are an ardent fan of football. It is located in the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, the home of Virginia Cavaliers Football team and quite popular among folks. Tourists come here in masses to witness the lively atmosphere of the place during the games. Established in 1931, it is the oldest functioning football stadium in the city. Come to see the flair of the natives for football as they go crazy cheering their favourite football team or enjoy some other event happening in the place. A nice interaction with the locals will help you understand the history and importance of the place for both the city and the people. Spare a few hours from your schedule and ensure to give this place a visit.
Scott Stadium Travel Tips
- Permission might be needed to enter the place.
- The place can be entered during events.
How to Reach Scott Stadium
- Bus Station- Alderman Road at Stadium Rd
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1.04% of people who visit Charlottesville include Scott Stadium in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
95% of people start their Scott Stadium visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Scott Stadium
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Scott Stadium
People normally also visit Virginia Wineworks while planning their trip to Scott Stadium.
Scott Stadium Reviews & Ratings
What a cool venue. Great, unobstructed views from all over this nearly 90 year old venue, but it’s got plenty of bathrooms and vendors. The lower sections are not for the unfit; the climb back up from the seats closest to the field are a workout and some older fans needed breaks to make it back.
Well, they won, so it must have been great, right? Caution: sensitive metal detectors when you enter. My total knee replacement set it off!
A great place to cheer on the Cavaliers! It seems more impressive now than when I went to school here 30 years ago, and lived right across the street.
Great views from the President's box. Wouldn't want to be any of these other losers, though.
Had great seats but the locals have a very aggravating habit. They start clearing the stands mid game and there is a noticeable decrease of fans by the end of the game. ESPN always comments on it.