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Chase Field, the first retractable-roof, natural grass stadium in the U.S., is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball. The stadium in downtown Phoenix features a swimming pool and one of the largest video scoreboards in the MLB. When baseball isn’t in season, the venue hosts live music and other sporting events.
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Chase Field offers baseball fans the chance to watch a game without having to worry about Arizona’s summer heat or sudden monsoon storms. Visitors can still enjoy the iconic stadium, even without tickets to a game. Public walking tours take place throughout the year to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at the Diamondbacks stadium.
Things to Know Before You Go
- A visit to Chase Field is a must for sports fans.
- Chase Field is accessible to wheelchairs.
- Stadium tour participants get a discount at the team shop after the tour.
How to Get There
Since parking in Downtown Phoenix can be limited, it’s a good idea to take alternate transportation to Chase Field. Take the Metro Light Rail from one of several Park-N-Ride locations to the stadium; trains run every 20 minutes. The D-backs Express takes fans from the Foothills Mall in Tucson to Chase Field.
When to Get There
Try to visit during the regular season (March through September) to see the Diamondbacks play a game at home. Stadium tours take place Monday to Saturday throughout the year.
What to Eat at Chase Field
If you’re attending a D-backs game at Chase Field, come hungry. There’s a bit of everything on offer, including baseball classics (hot dogs, french fries, ice cream) as well as more unusual items, like a Churro Dog served on a donut bun, Steak and Ale Tots, and Frybread Tacos.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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