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This famous ballpark opened in 1923, and the home of the New York Yankees.
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161st Street and River Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452
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+1 718-293-4300
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is much better than the old Yankee. I sit in the upper deck and it is a little too far up to see much action. Ticket prices however are expensive so best I could do in my tour of all MLB parks

Thank Ken V
Reviewed yesterday

Visiting from England, we felt that our visit to NYC would not be complete without a visit to see the NY Yankees at the Yankee stadium. It is easy to get to - across the road from 161st Street. There are plenty of eating places...More

Thank Terry H
Reviewed 2 days ago

The outside felt very New York. Large blocky and concrete. It just didn't have that baseball park feel to it. While the outside didn't have the feel of the game the inside made up for it completely. The Legends area in center field was great...More

Thank chandler810
Reviewed 2 days ago

Baseball is an important party of the american culture, so we wanted to visit a game. What better place than the Yankee stadium to experience this. It was the first thing we did in New York. The metro system is not very easy, but you...More

Thank Stephan O
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What a cool experience! If you’re even remotely a baseball fan, catching a game should be on your list! Seats are actually semi-comfortable. Lots of food/drink options. Reasonable merch options.

Thank Cara C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fun day out, well priced tickets and a worthwhile NY experience. Overpriced for food and drink but where isn’t nowadays. Recommended if your in the city during baseball season.

1  Thank Tommy82412
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great place to visit &a cool experience. Be warned though - no GoPros allowed! Even though I had a huge Sony Camera with way better video quality (which was allowed in) the GoPro wasn’t allowed. Don’t bring them or leave them in a locker nearby....More

Thank HanRedTraveller
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Went to the old stadiym and then the new. A breath taking art masterpiece honoring the Bronx.a must see. Go bombers.5 stars

1  Thank gladiator428
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Visiting from Scotland. Took the subway out from NYC , Station is directly across from the stadium. Long queue to get in but very fast. Got hotdogs to eat , our daughter is gluten free so was delighted to have that option too. Also had...More

Thank Midhill
Reviewed 6 days ago

Awesome experience! And the yankees won!!! It was worth every second of the whole three hours that I was there!

Thank Maria S
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Adam M
26 July 2018|
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Response from Elliot B | Reviewed this property |
Entrance would be Gate 2 or Gate 8. And the Train station is literally a 30 second walk to the front of gate 8!
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CafeBusy
12 June 2018|
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Response from rktj |
It's New York - take the subway. Unless you like sitting in endless traffic
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