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Citi Field

12001 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing, NY 11368
+1 718-507-8499
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  • Average5%
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“baseball game” (91 reviews)
“mets fan” (62 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
12001 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing, NY 11368
+1 718-507-8499
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

OK ballpark. Over priced ($33 for obstructed view outfield in 2nd row from the top). Stood in line for food for forever. But good thing I did, because vendors in the stands are rare. Fans thinning out fast, and it's only the bottom of the...More

Thank Nordicgal26
Reviewed yesterday

Went here for a Mets game, took the subway from Manhattan - a 40 min ride to be delivered on the doorstep. Nice stadium, great atmosphere and easy to walk around and get a bite and a drink.

Thank Matthijs K
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The field, parking, concessions are all superb. It's just expensive. As someone who used to go to over 20+ games a year, I couldn't afford to go to this place more than once or twice per year. The Mets did it right; it's a great...More

Thank bdewitz
Reviewed 2 days ago

When I was younger and lived in New York, I would go to Shea Stadium all the time to see the Mets. To this day, I go to ballgames because it's fun, not necessarily because I'm a fan of either team. As I've gotten older,...More

Thank SpanishteacherMD
Reviewed 4 days ago

A visit to New York and a Baseball game is a must. No Yankees while we were there so took in a Game between the Mets and Pirates at Citifield. A train ride from central takes you right to the Stadium and a short stroll...More

1  Thank dennisp859
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is one of the best ballparks, i have been to in the last 10 years. The staff was so helpful. There is not a bad seat in the place. The food we sampled from 4 or 5 vendors was great. The crowd was very...More

Thank Dave N
Reviewed 4 days ago

Meet the Mets, Meet the Mets! While many people including myself miss the uniqueness of Shea Stadium, Citi Field has done a grand job at staying true to what going to a Mets game is all about, a strong sense of community. Now packed with...More

Thank Seth G
Reviewed 4 days ago

Hands down this is the nicest, cleanest well run sports facility in NY and NJ. The place is spotless. The staff is wonderful. From the grand entry with a tribute to the late great Jackie Robinson, to the several decks of seating most hold a...More

Thank dmdd19692
Reviewed 4 days ago

I'm a long-time Mets fan who is still shaking my head in disbelief that we have this gem! I have fond childhood memories of Shea Stadium, but there's no contest - CitiField is far and away a superior ballpark. Small enough so that no seat...More

Thank Roseann H
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Best of the best ballparks ever. Great customer service and everyone is out to have a nice time. We love love it

Thank Ryansmom222
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23 July 2017|
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Response from GaryKane | Reviewed this property |
Hey, I exactly know where the Anchor Inn is. It is on Northern Blvd in Bayside, Queens, close to Bell Blvd. Hoping U have a GPS, u will find a quick way to go there by either the Grand Central Pkwy or the Van Wyck... More
13 July 2017|
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Response from Road D | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend driving to Astoria. And taking the N or the Q into Manhattan, It just a few stops away and its very easy for you to Just take the RFK/ triboro bridge and head back home when you are done.
1 July 2017|
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Response from GaryKane | Reviewed this property |
it is up to the security, U may go in with it or maybe not. It could even be confiscated. U better call the security office. That's the only way that U will get a reliable answer.