The Detroit Tigers, charter members of Major League Baseball's American League, abandoned the historic Tiger Stadium at ... More
The Detroit Tigers, charter members of Major League Baseball's American League, abandoned the historic Tiger Stadium at the close of the 1999 season. Their new home is now in the downtown Theater District. Named after the bank, whose funds made its creation possible, Comerica Park has something of a circus-like atmosphere with enormous sculptures of tigers, bats and balls, as well as a carousel and ferris wheel. Apart from major baseball championships, this arena also plays host to numerous concerts.
I like Comerica because it has that nostalgic feel with modern conveniences. The food was varied, from sushi to hot dogs. If you get the chance to get into the Tigers Den Lounge then definitely go for it.
This is a great family fun place, to spend quality time together. whether it's watching the ball game, touring the exhibits, or taking a ride on the merry go round, there is fun for the whole family. there are also plenty of food options for all tastes.
My grandmother and I went for the first time last year and it was beautiful! Compared to the old Tiger Stadium which I would give a 5, I will give Comerica Park a 15! I'm from Detroit, and in my opinion, this is our best attraction yet! Its historical and fun to attend! Also, tickets are reasonable for the experience.
I love the way you can walk all the way around the park without any restrictions, unlike Tiger Stadium had. Although I loved the atmosphere of Tiger Stadium, Comerica Park has a good atmosphere about it. I love how you can see downtown Detroit. I still miss the privacy of the game that Tiger Stadium had though. A great park overall.
Best buy is the Pepsi bleacher seats, unobstructed view, $8 gets you a seat and either hot dog or pizza with pop. Sundays are kids days with free carousel rides and ferris wheel rides but expect lines if you do not get there early. Also do not get your pizza on the first floor, there are Little Caesers on the upper floors that usually have no one waiting.
Comerica Park, home of the 2005 MLB All-star game, makes an excellent stop for locals and tourists alike. The location itself is great, as you can see the skyline of Detroit perfectly from almost any seat. Even if baseball isn't your thing, come for the view and atmosphere.
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