Victory Field, Indianapolis
Victory Field, Indianapolis - Address, Phone Number
Address: 501 Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46225, United States
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Victory Field, Indianapolis
This is the current minor league baseball park. It is the home of the Indianapolis Indians of the International league. The stadium was opened on July 11th 1996 with a match between the Indianapolis Indians and the Oklahoma 89ers.
This is rated as one of the finest minor league baseball stadiums of all times. There are 12230 permanent seats and more than 2000 outfield sitting capacity. The recent addition is a HD display score board in here.
Victory Field Information
- Check upcoming and current games that are posted on the official page.
- The cafe serves standard meals.
How To reach Victory Field by Public Transport
- Bus numbers 4, 8 and 24 till West Street and Washington Street.
Restaurants Near Victory Field
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Victory Field, Indianapolis Reviews - Write a Review
Victory Field is my favorite ballpark! It's easy to get to, parking is simple, the prices are very reasonable (especially for Monday Dollar Menu Nights!), and the play on the field is exciting. Add to that, there is an outstanding view of the Indianapolis skyline in the outfield. The staff are friendly and helpful, the concessions are great, the park is always clean and well cared for, and we never make it to less than 2-3 games a year. Plus, it's great to see the future Pirate ballplayers as Triple A prospects and then follow them during their careers in the Majors.
I love coming here. Good American original fun! It is relaxing and perfectly comfortable when the sun moves west. My son loves the mascots who do a very good job of keeping the parents and kids laughing the same. Plus, you don't have to break an arm and a leg for the family to enjoy a night out!
Ana amazing place to see a ball game. We got lawn seats on Batman night, so the park was full of families but we had a lot of space out there to spread out and enjoy the game. The staff during the game kept the fans engaged and more importantly, they kept the kids attention through every break. The location and the atmosphere were perfect and have what every ball park in America should be.
World class AAA baseball park. Loved it. Afternoon game was fantastic. Weather was smokin. Usher allowed us to move to more comfy seats
Neat little stadium. Been going here since I was a kid. It’s always been a high rated stadium. Go Indians!