This beautiful 18025 seat facility has been the home of Buffalo Bisons baseball since 1987, and has hosted over one million ... More
This beautiful 18025 seat facility has been the home of Buffalo Bisons baseball since 1987, and has hosted over one million fans each year. Group facilities are available, as well as Pettibone's Grille for dinner while you enjoy the game, or lunch year-round. Also available whether or not there's a game is the Bison's store, located on the Swan Street side, and featuring a variety of Bison souvenir items. Tickets are available online or at box office.
I interned at this ballpark in 1989 and spent a lot of time there. It's beautiful, the people are nice, there are so many family friendly activities- it's the perfect place to visit, especially with Friday night fireworks. If you like baseball, even a tiny bit, you HAVE to go to a Bison game at Dunn Tire Park.
This was one of the first ballparks to be designed by H.O.K. (the same people that designed the stadiums in San Francisco, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore), and its beauty is surpassed by none of those parks. At over 20,000 seating (with the possibility of additional seats should the need ever arise) it is one of the largest stadiums in minor league baseball, and has set numerous attendance records.
The team itself is worth watching. The extra-athletic events, such as the fireworks and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (especially on July 4) makes for an extremely enjoyable evening. Definitely not to be missed on any trip to Buffalo.
The atmosphere was great, the crowd was great, and the team was great! What a fantastic baseball team in a fantastic city. The bisons were such a thrill for me and my family to go see! and to make matters even better, The Final Countdown was played...an all time favorite song of anyone from Goose Bay. I would highly recommend travelers to go see the Buffalo Bisons. And if you're from Buffalo and haven't been there in a while, go downtown to see your team, cause they put on quite a show!
A major league facility. This is a beautiful ballpark in a comfortable downtown setting. Very reasonable prices, friendly people and plenty to do during a game. Many promotions are held on and off the field. A very enjoyable experience. Great for kids!
A great looking ballpark with a great view of the field from every seat.
Food is great... whether it is from the concession stands, Heron's Landing(an outdoor bar behind the right field fence w/ many levels of tables and food service), or Petibones Restaurant(located in the upper deck overlooking the field w/ indoor or outdoor seating).
The best thing about the park though is watching the Championship Buffalo Bisons play on a sunny afternoon while getting a sun tan or on a Friday night with fireworks after the game.
This Ball park should get more promotion than it does. If you can visit for a gameduring the Bison's season, you won't be disappointed. Great place to see a game, good food, and a great stadium. No major league prices either.
Also, besides Teds, arguably the Best hot dogs in buffalo too!
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