Home of the “Rally Monkey” and dubbed the “Big A,” Angel Stadium of Anaheim is the official stadium of the Los Angeles Angels. Founded in 1966, the stadium is anything but old after going through its own Hollywood-esque facelift and becoming the seventh major league ballpark to host the MLB all-star game for the third time in 2010.
Coming and Going
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
2000 Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92806
Find driving directions to the stadium from all points in California HERE.
Take Amtrak Pacific Surfliner or Metrolink train to the Anaheim Station. Beginning April 8th, Metrolink will be running special trains to all Angels weekday home games that start at 7:05 p.m. Why fight traffic or pay for parking when Metrolink can take you to and from the game for only $7 roundtrip, $6 for senior/disabled. The train takes you to the stadium’s parking lot so you’re just a short walk away.
Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) routes 50, 57, 430 and 757 will take you to Anaheim Station. Orange County residents should call 636-RIDE; outside of the OC call 800-636-RIDE. Greyhound also offers service to Anaheim. Call (714) 999-1257 or check their website for more information.
Enter the stadium on Douglass Road, State College Boulevard or Orangewood Avenue. Parking lots open two and a half hours before game time. Parking cost: $8 and $16 for over-sized vehicles (greater than 20 feet in length).
Tailgating is only permitted in general parking (non-preferred) areas (near the Big A, Orangewood, State College and Douglass general parking areas). Gas/Propane grills are permitted in the parking lot. Alcohol and on-site catering are prohibited as is early entry into the parking lot for tailgating. The parking lot opens two-and-one-half (2-1/2) hours prior to the start of the game. For all the FAQs click here.
In these tough economic times, the Angels want to be friendly to your wallet. A Friends & Family Fun Pack includes 4 tickets, 4 hot dogs and 4 small soft drinks for as little as $44 on specific dates. They also have discounted ticket specials. Check out Ticketmaster, Stubhub.com or SeatGeek.com.
Specific group ticket packages, club level seat information and season seat holder benefits can be accessed on the stadium’s site under the “Tickets” tab. A map of the seating chart and each seat’s relative price is listed here.
Food and Drinks
Knot Hole Club
The Knot Hole Club is a sports bar located at the club level down the right field line. With breathtaking views decked out with Angels gear, a tri-level patio and great sound, it is a must for all patrons who want to party.
The Diamond Club
This upscale restaurant with outdoor seating is located on the field level behind home plate. Whether you are feeling sophisticated or want to get your booty on the dance floor, the Diamond Club has it. Featuring a dining room, bar, dance floor, patio and club seats, drop the kids at Chuck E Cheese and plan your next party, wedding or family gathering here.
This indoor restaurant on the club level overlooks the main entrance to the ballpark. With an atmosphere friendly to business, you can also book corporate events during off season.
Concession List and Location
Friends & Family Fun Pack Redemption: 4 Hot Dogs & 4 Small sodas can be redeemed at any Grandstand concession on select dates with the proper vouchers.
Angelitos: Sections 240, 416/518
Budweiser Patio: Section 241
California Pizza Kitchen: Sections 109, 319, 334, 417/522, 1st Base Courtyard
Carl’s Jr.: Section 240, 1st & 3rd Base Courtyards
Chili Peppers: 1st & 3rd Base Courtyards
Clyde Wright BBQ: Gate 1
Diablo’s BBQ: Section 128, 416/516, 240, 244
Diamond Club: Behind Homeplate
Diedrich Coffee: In Katella Grill
Angelito’s Fresh Mexican Grill: Gate 2
Home Plate Grill: Gate 2
ICEE: Sections 133, 230, 260, 417/519, 1st & 3rd Base Courtyard
Katella Grill: Section 129
Knothole Club: Next to Section 348(Open to the public at the start of the 6th inning.)
Major League Dogs: Section 259
Major League Deli: Section 223
Panda Express: Sections 226, 420/522, 3rd Base Courtyard
Panini Cafe: Section 112
Ruby’s: Sections 208 & 257
Soft Serve Ice Cream: Sections 122, 305, 1st Base Courtyard
Toro Sushi: Section 122
During Angels off-season Angel ballpark tours give you unrivaled access to the Press Box, Press Conference Room, Clubhouse and Dugout ever Tuesday at 9:30, 11:00 and 1:00 pm.
Add 1 hour to your 15 minutes of fame, and that is about the allotted time given for each tour. Don’t miss out on this chance to feel like a pro. Price: $3 for adults and $2 for children. Call Angels Baseball Community Relations at 714-940-2070 for reservations.