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Coca-Cola Field is home to the Minor League baseball team, the Buffalo Bisons. This stadium, which seats 18,025, is one of the first examples of a retro-style stadium in a city center. This sort of stadium design seeks to embrace its urban context, boasting real grass (not turf) and nostalgic features like green seats; this style has since exploded across the country. (Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore is another example.)

One TripAdvisor user praises the field's layout saying, "There is not a bad seat in the house." Others are highly complimentary of the stadium's affordability, from parking to game-day ticket prices.

The Bison play April through September, but there are also other special events held at the field throughout the year. Coca-Cola Field is located in downtown Buffalo on Washington Street. For more information, visit the website.

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