Comerica Park

2100 Woodward Ave DetroitMI48201
Closed
Sunday
10:00am-2:00pm
Monday
10:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am-6:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am-6:00pm
Thursday
10:00am-6:00pm
Friday
10:00am-6:00pm
Saturday
10:00am-6:00pm
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Average Rating
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(118)
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The Detroit Tigers, charter members of Major League Baseball's American League, stopped playing their home games at 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,...
by cityseekr on January 01, 2016 from cityseekr

Tips

Parking:
Parking can cost up to $20 near the park. Take the People Mover to the Broadway stop; the ballpark is visible from there. The Fox parking garage on Woodward Street and Greektown's parking structures are other alternatives.
by Citysearch on January 28, 2013 from Citysearch
Full-service restaurants in the park include the Upper Den Lounge, the Brushfire Grill and the upscale Tiger Club.
by Citysearch on August 29, 2011 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

The home of the Detroit Tigers offers baseball fans a chance to watch the game in a state-of-the-art facility.:
The Venue
Two enormous tiger statues greet visitors from the park's main entrance, along with inlaid pillars decorated with giant tiger scratches. Aside from the mascot theme, stadium...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on January 26, 2006 from Citysearch

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The Detroit Tigers, charter members of Major League Baseball's American League, stopped playing their home games at 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,...
by yahoolocal on June 25, 2016 from yahoolocal
A ferris wheel. A mammoth water feature in center field that can be choreographed to any music. A decade-by-decade pedestrian museum enveloping the main concourse. But wait, there is also a field with a game being played as well.Comerica Park appears rooted at the center of an urban village, a village that includes shops, restaurants, offices, and other attractions. Buildings of varying sizes...
by cityvoter on May 12, 2016 from cityvoter