From the Southeast:
Take I-10 until splits with I-17. Stay right, and exit to 7th St. Take a left at the light on Lincoln, or continue North on 7th St. to Jefferson St. and turn right.
From Scottsdale or East Mesa:
Take Loop 202 West to I-10, and exit at 3rd St. HOV exit, or 7th Ave. Turn left on Fillmore, Van Buren, or Jefferson St.
From the Northwest:
Take I-17 to Jefferson St. exit. Then turn left and continue east.
From the Northeast:
Use the Squaw Peak Parkway to I-10 eastbound. Exit at Washington St., and turn right.
From West Valley:
Take I-10. Exit on the 5th Ave. HOV exit and right. Parking is accessible via Fillmore, Van Buren, or Jefferson.
There's plenty of parking at Chase Field and in the surrounding areas.
The METRO Light Rail offers easy public transportation access to Chase Center.
Children over the age of two, or taller than the turnstile, need a ticket for admission. Children who enter without tickets must share the seat of an adult. Children with a ticket may borrow a booster chair from the Guest Relations Center. (Complimentary, on a first-come, first-served basis.)
Chase Field Guest Relation Centers also supply seat location wristbands for children to wear in case they get lost during an event.
There are ATMs on the premises if you need to withdraw cash. There are 5 on the main concourse, near Section 103, 115, 130, 132, and outside of Gate E. There's also an ATM outside of Section 325 on the upper deck, and in the concierge lobby.
Soft coolers and bags under 11"x11"x15" are no problem in the ball park. Bring food in a clear plastic grocery bag, and non-flavored, non-carbonated water in sealed plastic bottles. Single-serving juice boxes and baby food are also allowed, but keep any glass or metal containers at home.
Hand-held video and amateur still cameras are allowed in the stadium, as long as game action isn't recorded. No flash photography or tripods.
Please keep your cell phone use courteous.
The 4th St. parking strucure has 31 handicapped spaces. You can find a Chase Field rep at any gate to help guests requiring wheelchair escort to their seats. For multilevel access, there are elevators located throughout the stadium.
Guest Relations has a limited supply of FM assisted-listening receivers.
Chase Field has two first aid stations - on the main concourse and upper concourse.
Food is allowed in the stadium in clear plastic bags, as is non-carbonated, non-flavored water in sealed plastic bottles.
Before weekday games (Monday - Thursday) Chase Field opens 1.5 hours before the game. For weekend games, the gate time is 2 hours prior.
You can find the guest services centers across from Sections 128 and 322.
Lost and found items may be turned in or reclaimed at the Guest Relations Centers.
Here are a few things that you should leave at home.
While guests may leave Chase Field at any time, to re-enter, you must exit via Gate A, F, J, or K, and ask for a re-entry card.
Chase Field has family-style restroms located throughout the facility.
48,633 fans can enjoy Chase Field.
Baseball-related banners and signs are allowed as long as they're in good taste. Flags sold in team shops are allowed, but must not block the view of the game.
Please don't bring signs that are commercial in nature, or those that use wood, metal or other hard objects for support.
Chase Field doesn't allow smoking, but has designated areas outside gates A, J, and K.
You can take a tour of Chase Field Monday - Saturday at 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m. Mountain. There's more information here.
You'll find the will call booth outside Gate E on the west side of Chase Field.