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Angel Stadium

Home to Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball (MLB), Angel Stadium is a mecca for baseball fans all over the country. This modern style ballpark can seat over 45,000 spectators and offers the perfect sightlines. Fans are greeted by the "California Spectacular" featuring a cascading waterfall and a 90-foot geyser, a distinct sight marking the left centerfield. With a 9,500 square foot score board, dugout level seating, and a perfect game pavilion - a visit to the Angel stadium is a must for any baseball enthusiast.


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  • Where can I eat at Angel Stadium?

    Fans attending a game or event at Angel Stadium will not go hungry. The popular ballpark features three club restaurants: The Knothole Club (sports bar located on the club level down the right filed line), The Diamond Club (an upscale restaurant with outdoor seating), and the Homeplate Club (overlooking the main entrance of the ballpark).
  • Does the stadium offer any tours?

    Baseball enthusiasts can sign up for a 75-minute behind-the-scenes tour of Angel Stadium. The tour covers:
    - A trip down to the field at Angel Stadium
    - A visit into the Angels Dugout
    - Walk through the Visitors' Clubhouse
    - Access to the Clubhouse Press Conference Room 
    - An exclusive look at the Gene Autry Suite, Broadcast booth, and a Dugout Suite.

    The park offers public tours from March to September and private tours from January to December. 

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