Angel Stadium

Angel Stadium 

Welcome to Angel Stadium, baseball's 4th oldest active Major League Baseball Stadium in history! In line behind Fenway, Wrigley Field, and Dodger Stadium, this highly popular original Anaheim stadium used to go by the name of Edison International Field of Anaheim, a modern stadium statement sitting along Gene Autry Way. Specifically speaking, this stadium can hold 45,000 fans at once, hosting regular Major League games as the home of the Anaheim Angels, as well as occasional big-name concerts and events.

Angel Stadium

Angel Stadium

This stadium was built after the famous 1965 Angels move from Los Angeles, since then hosting the 1967, 1989, and 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star games. The Big A (this stadium’s unofficial nickname) offers ‘enjoyable and educational’ Behind the Scenes tours to learn more about the stadium and team history, as well as see usually public restricted sites around the stadium. These tours last around 75 minutes and allow guests to visit the field, the Angels Dugout, the Visitors’ Clubhouse, Mike Scioscia's Interview Room, the Gene Autry Suite, the Broadcasting Booth and Press Room, and the Dugout Suite. You will end the tour at the Team Store to pick up all your essential team gear or souvenirs. These tours typically only happen on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays when the team is on the road in the season, one at 10:30, one at 12:30, and the last at 2:30. Reservations must be made for over 20 guests, and tours will not be given to over 40 guests.

If your group is here for an actual game and not just a day-time tour buckle up for one exciting Angels athletics adventure, a great way to spend an evening visiting Anaheim! Cheer on  Escober and Santiago during the big game and then head over to any of the amazing eateries onsite such as Angel Wings, Home Plate Grill, or the Broken Bat Club to grab a bite to eat and celebrate a fun victory!