Rogers Centre

  • Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada
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  • Phone: +1-4163411000
  • Ticket Price: 16 USD
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids

This is a multipurpose stadium for seating for roughly 50,000 people. Since it opened in 1989, every imaginable sport has been played here - baseball, football, basketball, rugby, soccer, wrestling, ice skating. It’s also a popular place for concerts, auto shows and other exhibitions. It is one of the best stadiums in the country. Contact the stadium management for a behind the scenes tour of the stadium highlights.

  • Check stadium website for upcoming events.

Rogers Centre Tour Experience Pricing:

  • Adults: $16.00
  • Seniors (65 +): $12.00
  • Youth (12 - 17): $12.00
  • Children (5 - 11): $10.00

Ticket prices depend on the seats, the times, and the event

Box office hours

  • Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
  • Sunday & Monday:  Closed
  • Box Office opens at 10:00 am on event days

Hours given here are for the box office. Show times vary by event.

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  • Rogers Centre Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada
  • Rogers Centre Contact Number: +1-4163411000
  • Rogers Centre Price: 16 USD
  • Time required to visit Rogers Centre: 00:30 Mins
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  • 2.21% of people who visit Toronto include Rogers Centre in their plan

  • 35.71% of people start their Rogers Centre visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Rogers Centre

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

77.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rogers Centre

People normally club together Art Gallery Of Ontario Or A G O and Air Canada Centre while planning their visit to Rogers Centre.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Always a great spot to check a Jays game out but it’s starting to get a little run down. Needs some improvements and updates. Still a good spot and models issues but I’ve seen a lot of other better ball parks out there.

  • Amazing! We attended three Jay's games in June and required handicapped seating. The staff was wonderfully accommodating, we were met at the gate by an attendant with a wheel chair and escorted to our seats. At least twice during the game the attendant returned to ask if all was ok or if we needed anything or wanted to leave early. After the game they were there immediately with the wheelchair to escort us to our exit and beyond. Kudos to the staff!! Oh, the games were great too and we got to see them open the roof.

  • Fabulous place to watch the games. Neatly maintained. Friendly Staff to guide us to our seats. Nice food options. You can find plenty of beer options. Restrooms are maintained and sufficient for the mass. Many entrances for quick entry or exit. I like going there again.

  • Food is expensive but at least it's consistently delicious. They've also recently (summer 2018) added a value menu at certain good spots where you can get a hot dog, popcorn, ice cream, pop etc for under $5, which I'm really impressed by. Seats are comfortable enough for a baseball stadium, there's a variety of beer and cocktails if you look hard enough and greeters and security are always friendly and helpful.

  • As far as ballparks go this park does not have the bells and whistles of many more modern MLB parks but the fans are great, weather is perfect when the top is closed and at the end of the day it's baseball. Food is vegetarian friendly and the beer / food selection is better than decent. Not a Blue Jays fan but I did enjoy catching a game here on a recent trip. There's a giant bat made from one tree over near section 110 / 108.

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