Home to the Toronto Blue Jays since the 1989 season, as well as the Toronto Argonauts Football Team, this CAD500-million-plus ... More
Home to the Toronto Blue Jays since the 1989 season, as well as the Toronto Argonauts Football Team, this CAD500-million-plus architectural marvel is the first stadium to have a fully retractable roof. Rogers Centre facility's versatility allows it to accommodate a variety of events suited for an arena, a domed stadium and an open-air facility. Seating more than 50,000 for baseball, the stadium boasts the world's largest JumboTron scoreboard, a 346-room hotel with some suites facing the field, and a Hard Rock Cafe with field-view seating. Come late Autumn, Rogers hosts the wildly successful annual Canadian Aboriginal Festival.
I attended the Blue Jays-Orioles game on September 17. The price of our seats was $9 and it was indeed the price of admission. The food and programs were reasonably priced. The stadium may only have been half-full for the game, but the atmosphere was absolutely amazing. The fans were really into the game, demonstrating their passion for the Jays even as they fell behind. By the end of the game, which Toronto won, all the fans were standing, appreciative of their team's effort. A fun experience overall which I would definitely do again.
I like all Canada anyway. Idon't like drugs dealer's who shell their drugs near Yong street early morning. Also i like CN Tower and old town and sears center. I like hot dogs and HARVEY'S burger's too. Yammie.
It is a good mall to shop at. Large with many stores, great variety and it is centrally located. A few high end shops. It is always busy with locals and tourists. I live in Toronto and I shop here. Don't miss The Bay which is right across the street at the South entrance to Mall.
It is accessible by car, walk or subway. Parking is expensive so if you drive, park at one of the lots a few blocks east.
The Roger Centre's so perfect! I went twice during this summer and even on the further sit you get to see the game perfectly. the only bad thing is that you have to walk on a ramp for like 15 minutes to get there lol.
I liked the interesting tour of the facility, its impressive design, the extreme cleanliness and fastidious upkeep of Rogers Centre, the exciting game-day experience (attended two games), the $11.00 tickets (not too high), the relatively low-priced concessions, friendly attendants, view of CN tower from inside the stadium, and excellent downtown/lakefront location.
I disliked the odd-looking field surface (a criticism almost not worth mentioning).
I love going to baseball games, so I loved Rogers Centre. However, after going to ALL 30 Major League ballparks, I rate this place up there with the best.
p.s. They serve good coffee there!
i liked the place really well.. i just moved to canada from u.s and this is the only place after niagra falls worth visiting.. maybe there are better places which i dont know of.. but so far.. cn tower stands second to the niagra falls... theres nothing u will not like about it
All new Rogers Centre. New turf, new scoreboard, new outfield display boards and perhaps a .500 team. Great place to see a ballgame especially when the lid's open and the contenders are in town. Great for CFL football too.
Although I rated it as an average score the skydome is a great place to hang out at hard rock, watch a baseball game from the bleachers, or even view part of the autoshow on the main field. In the past year, I was at the skydome's hard rock cafe for an amazing party. The facility they had there was the perfect party setting for all ages above 18. The have a spacious dance floor, bar, and plenty of sitting area with a great overlooking the spectacular playing field of the Jays. This party that was thrown at the skydome's hard rock cafe was definitely worth the money. I wold even recommend going there just for a bite and to watch a game in the fnu atmosphere they provide.
The other time this year I was at the skydome was when I attended the amazing Toronto Autoshow they partially hold at the skydome. Out of all of the areas, I spent most of my time there because of how fun it was to be able to stand on the Jay's playing field and look up at the bleachers. Moreover, the car companies they placed in the skydome this year were amazing to look at. The cars looked especially nice under the stadium lights, as well as the windowed path trailing down to the main field. The segment of the autoshow at the skydome was very pleasing, it was worth the all the time and money, and it was quite an experience to get a sneak peek at all of the new automobile concepts for this upcoming year.
All in all, the skydome is a great place to have a drink, watch a baseball game, and view the best of the autoshow. The skydome is a place where anything can happen. There is nothing else like spending a night at the skydome.
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