Great American Ball Park has been the home of the Cincinnati Reds since it opened in 2003. The ballpark hosts 81 games each season from April to October. The stadium takes advantage of its placement right next to the Ohio River to provide a picturesque gameday experience for Reds' fans. The ballpark relies on a number of riverboat accouterments to accentuate the theme. The stadium has also helped revitalize the area around the riverfront and Downtown Cincinnati. The Great American Ball Park is a combination of a retro ballpark with modern features. In addition to Major League Baseball, the venue also hosts concerts such as Paul McCartney. Pick up your Great American Ball Park tickets at StubHub today.
What are the best seats at Great American Ball Park?
The Great American Ball Park seating has been designed to ensure that all of the seats have an excellent vantage point. The upper level is closer to the field than in most major league stadiums, putting fans in lesser expensive seats closer to the action. There are numerous gaps that make for different parts of the upper deck. The bleacher seats next to the steamboat beyond the outfield provide great views for a value price. Fans in many parts of the stadium can see Downtown Cincinnati from the stadium.
What concessions are available at Great American Ball Park?
There are 26 different concession stands at the stadium. One of the signature items available is the Big Red Smoky, which is a hot dog that has been intentionally burned on the outside. There are also many concession stands reflecting Cincinnati's cuisine, including the famous Skyline Chili and Montgomery Inn. The team introduces new creative food options every season and announces them just prior to Opening Day.
Is parking available at Great American Ball Park?
Guests attending Great American Ball Park events will find numerous parking options near the stadium. The Reds have stadium lots and there is parking at the adjacent Paul Brown Stadium. Fans can also park in Kentucky right across the river and walk to the stadium on the Southgate Bridge. There are private parking garages slightly further from the stadium in Downtown Cincinnati.
Is Great American Ball Park accessible by public transportation?
The streetcar called the Cincinnati Connector has a stop right outside of the stadium. The system connects many points in Downtown Cincinnati. There are also bus lines from both the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority and the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky that stop right in front of the stadium. Great American Ball Park is located in Downtown Cincinnati, right off of Interstate 471.
What family-friendly features are there?
There is a suite that is reserved for nursing mothers to feed and care for their babies with glider chairs and a diaper-changing station. This was the first suite of its kind in baseball. There are also interactive games for children and a play area with a giant slide and a large playground.Back to Top
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