Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium

  • Address: 4601 Ontario St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3H4, Canada
  • Phone: +1-6048725232
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Sport, Stadium, Family And Kids, Games

The Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium hosts Minor League games in Vancouver and is home to the Vancouver Canadians and the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds.

The stadium was built in the 1950’s and even though Ice-Hockey is a popular sport in Canada, the Baseball matches here have a huge fan following. Join in the spirit of the game as you see the home team play with the crowd cheering for their favourites.

  • For ticket prices of trending matches, visit the official website.

  • For timings of trending matches, visit the official website.

  • By Bus: SB Main St FS E 30 Ave
  • By Skytrain: King Edward
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.

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  • Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium Address: 4601 Ontario St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3H4, Canada
  • Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium Contact Number: +1-6048725232
  • Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 2.41% of people who visit Vancouver include Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium in their plan

  • 29.41% of people start their Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium visit around 3 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium

Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium

People normally club together Bloedel Conservatory and Vandusen Botanical Garden while planning their visit to Scotiabank Field At Nat Bailey Stadium.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Summer isn’t complete without attending a baseball game at the Nat. The Vancouver Canadians always put on a great show and display of their baseball skills. The vibe in the stadium is always so fun and welcoming. From the sushi race to the chicken dance to fire works, there is always something going on! The stadium entrance is always well organized and lines flow in quickly. Staff are polite and helpful. Food is worth it! I’d specially recommend trying their 30” hotdogs. So delicious! I’d love to see their operations get more efficient at the food service stands where you do have to wait a while in line specially at game start. Beer is served cold and there is a variety of styles and flavours. Going to see the Vancouver Canadians at the Nat is defiantly a Vancouver attraction I’d recommend for peeps of all ages~and families are welcome!

  • This is almost a well kept secret of Vancouver. The baseball game is like the side show with lots of other entertainment going on during the game. Very family and singles friendly atmosphere. Tickets and food are actually reasonably priced. Lots of parking too. Nooner at the Nat on Sundays is a great game to share with family and friends and get the kids active and tired for bed time. Great memories to create here with long strong fun game traditions. Enjoy and done be shy to ask for help understanding what is going on. Lots of friendly staff around.

  • Highly recommended. Great fun and inexpensive. Try to get there on a fireworks night. Really fun evening out midweek. The stadium is quaint but almost every seat has a good view. A must do in Vancouver.

  • Went to the ball game after a long time. This time our 9 year old grandson came with us. The game was good and enjoyable. The Canadians won. But the best part of the eveming was the ambience in bleachers. And of course the food. Nothing fancy. But long and short hot dogs were going fast. And ice cream was also popular. There were families and groups of friends and plenty of kids. They had a bouncy castle for the kids. Our grandson thoroughly enjoyed himself. It was a great outing.

  • I had forgotten how fun it was to go to the ballpark with the kids. There is so much to do that if the kids do get a little rambunctious you can take them for some interactive games. The Player’s sure make the kids feel special by tossing balls and interacting with them as much as possible. Thanks Vancouver Canadians.

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