Located just outside of Downtown L.A., Dodger Stadium is the site of the 81 home games played by the L.A. Dodgers each year. It's currently the third-oldest ballpark still being used by a Major League Baseball team. The stadium opened in 1962--just four years after the squad relocated from Brooklyn--and it's hosted numerous World Series and All-Star Games through the years. When the club isn't using their home field, you can add a stadium tour to your trip plan. Depending on what sort of events are currently happening at the stadium, you might be able to walk on the field, head into the dugout, check out the exclusive VIP lounge, and more.
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