Comerica Park, Detroit
About Comerica Park, Detroit
Comerica Park, Detroit - Address, Phone Number
Address: 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201, United States
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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With the capacity to seat over 40,000 people, Cormerica Park is home to Major League Baseball team, the Detroit Tigers. The open air ball park was built as a replacement to the historic Tiger Stadium in 2000. This impressive piece of architechture is located right next to Fox Theatre and between 2 historic churches.
The state of the art stadium also plays host to concerts by some of the biggest names in Music like Dave Mathews Band, Eminem, The Rolling Stones and Born in the USA, hitmaker Bruce Springsteen to name a few.
Comerica Park Ticket Prices
- Ranging for $10 to $30 per game
How To reach Comerica Park by Public Transport
- Bus Numbers 031, 049, 053, 450 & 460 stop at Woodward & Columbia.
- Bus Numbers 34 and 40 stop at Gratiot & St. Antoine.
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Comerica Park, Detroit Reviews - Write a Review
First visit and thought it was very nice. A lot of activities for children, interesting historical information for fans of Detroit Tigers, good views of playing field, and a good variety of dining choices. We found staff everywhere to be friendly and helpful. Suggest looking at the Park's website before visiting as it has a lot of good information to help prepare for your visit.
Great experience. If you're handicap, sucks. Parking was a challenge. Stadium and personal great. We had one person denied entry, "drunk" but is always that way because of brain thing but they didn't listen, even with medical confirmation. So she and husband got to sit in the car while the rest of us went in. Went to our section, stopped in seats in very empty area but was kicked out by staff even though it meant walking up an additional about 15 stairs to get to the proper crowded section. Yup, better seats but tough after just having a knee replacement again. But the rest of the staff was great. I'm surprised I was allowed entry since I m unsteady following surgery. My wife had to talk her way in although she was the steady one walking. But getting direction inside found great staff. I might be encouraged to go back again since I m getting a little forgetful in my older age. But good seats, great game. We won.
Probably the nicest open air baseball stadium I have ever been to. Street level entrance within the most impressive part of the city. Well on its way to becoming another historic location in the Motor City.
Seats are great. On par for snack prices at a sports venue. Most seats are good views. Great atmosphere, even when the home team is losing. New parking structure near by. Security moves you in pretty quickly.
Good times! Great memories! Kid appreciation day is fantastic. Free carousel and Ferris wheel rides on kid appreciation day. Plus the kids get to run the bases. If you have kids go on a Sunday.they will love it.
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