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If you're not much of a baseball fan, this ballpark – home field for the Detroit Tigers – is for you. While diehard fans are glued to their seats in hopes of catching a fly ball, casual onlookers can enjoy some of the park's more unusual attractions, including a carousel, a 50-foot Ferris wheel, a beer hall, a food court, plus a center field water feature that's synchronized to music. Perhaps it's these unique diversions that earned Detroit a spot on the list of 10 Best Cities for Baseball Fans to Visit.
Recent visitors (especially devoted baseball fans) said this is a beautiful park; some even described it as a bucket-list stadium thanks to its easy-to-navigate layout and skyline views. Plus, travelers reported good sightlines throughout the park, even the bleachers.
Comerica Park is located in downtown Detroit. There are approximately 4,500 parking spots surrounding the stadium and the Fox Theatre, but rates can be pricey, ranging from $10 to $25 for the duration of the game. If you'd rather not deal with traffic, there are several bus stops and People Mover stations within walking distance of the park. If you're not in town to catch a game, you can still experience Comerica Park via a stadium tour. Tours, which include stops at home dugout, the Detroit Tigers Walk of Fame and the visiting clubhouse, are offered June through September on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tickets cost $6 for adults and $4 for children on non-game days and $5 on game days. Game ticket prices vary depending on the day and opponent. For more information on tours and games, visit the website.
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