This Month's Events:
Dodger Stadium Tour
Saturday, February 4th, 10:00 a.m.
The Dodger Stadium Tour provides fans the opportunity to see the ballpark in a very unique fashion. This behind-the-scenes tour lets fans visit some of the most restricted and non-public areas and view the stadium from a whole new perspective. As baseball's third-oldest stadium, Dodger Stadium remains one of the game's most beautiful and most historic venues.
Highlights of this 90-minute tour may include:
A trip down to the field at Dodger Stadium
A visit into the Dodger Dugout
A visit to the new Dodger pop-up museum
: POP-UP MUSEUM
The pop-up museum experience at Dodger Stadium showcases America's pastime then and now. This off-season exhibit features rare pieces from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Gary Cypres' world-renowned sports memorabilia collection
and the Los Angeles Dodgers archives.
Featured Items Include:
1953 National League All-Star Team signed ball
Ticket Stub from Jackie Robinson's debut game April 15th 1947
Sandy Koufax game used glove
Clayton Kershaw game used autographed cleats
And much more!
Adults: $23 (includes museum admission)
Children (14 and under): $18 (includes museum admission)
Seniors (55+): $18 (includes museum admission)
You must pre-pay for this tour! Number of attendees and payment for the tour must be received by January 26th!
Mail a check made out to HSCV to Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley, 2717 Altura Ave. La Crescenta CA 91214
This is a walking tour of the ballpark which includes climbing stairs and ramps. All tours are wheelchair-accessible.
Dodger Stadium is located at 1000 Vin Scully Avenue in Los Angeles, California. Tour and museum guests must enter through the Sunset Gate (Gate A), which is located at the intersection Vin Scully Ave. and Stadium Way. Tour guests should park in Lot P and meet just outside the Top of the Park Store on the Top Deck level adjacent to Lot P.