Navigating the Stadium
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To get in game accessibility information, go to the Fan Services kiosks. They are located in every single section and are manned by two attendants. They are the attendants you want to talk to about accessibility info while inside the stadium.
Dodger Stadium was built in 1961, so it’s not a super easy venue to navigate. All stadium gates are available to accommodate persons using wheelchairs. The side doors of gates are available for wheelchair access. Fans may contact security personnel or any ticket taker for entry.
Backpacks, bags and purses larger than 16x16x8 are not allowed in the ballpark.
Wheelchair and Accessible seating can be purchased by calling the Dodgers’ ticket office at 866-DODGERS or online at www.dodgers.com.
Each seating section is surrounded by accessible seating at the top of the level. You can request an additional seat for a companion if needed. You can also rent wheelchairs at Dodger Stadium. The railings in front of the accessible seats are low and do not obstruct view of the field. Additionally, the seats are located high enough above the sections below them that even when people stand up, your view is not obstructed.
Guest using wheelchairs (or other mobility devices) who prefer to sit in non-accessible seating may check in and store their wheelchair or other mobility device by bringing them to designated areas on the Left and Right Field plazas on Field level, adjacent to the Fan Services Stations, or behind home plate on all other levels.
Escorts for those using wheelchairs are available inside the stadium from any gate on a first-come, first served basis by contacting any security personnel or ticket taker.
Bathrooms are generally clean and accessible in terms of sink level and having a stall. There are also separate accessible bathrooms around the concourse. During the game there is a minimal wait to use the bathroom. The wait is definitely longer at the end of the 8th inning and right after the game has ended.
Service animals are welcome in all public areas of the stadium where the guest using the service animal may go. A service animal shall be under the control of its handler at all times.
A service animal shall have a harness, leash, or other tether, unless either the handler is unable because of a disability to use a harness, leash, or other tether, or the use of a harness, leash, or other tether would interfere with the service animal´s safe, effective performance of work or tasks, in which case the service animal must be otherwise under the handler´s control (e.g., voice control, signals, or other effective means).
Guests with service animals are responsible for cleaning up after their animals and for their appropriate behavior toward other guests and Dodger personnel at all times. A failure to do may result in the animal’s removal from the stadium. The Dodgers are not responsible in any way for the care or supervision of a service animal.
Charging Stations are located in the following sections:
Field level (left field): Turnstiles between Section 51 and the Home bullpen overlook (against column)
Field Level (right field): Turnstiles between Section 50 and the Visitor bullpen overlook (against column)
Loge Level (left field): Concourse across from Sections 161/163
Loge Level (right field): Adjacent to the right-field gates, turnstiles across from Section 162
Reserve Level: Across from Section 23, adjacent to Kids Play Area
The stadium does not deliver food to accessible seating, unless you are located in the lower club level seats behind home plate. (These are the first 10ish rows around home plate to about each dugout.
Assistive listening devices for fans with hearing and/or visual impairments are available for checkout at any Fan Services Station.
Fan Services kiosks are located in every section and are manned by two attendants.
Bank of America ATMs can be found in the following locations:
A fee may be charged for ATM transactions.
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Venue information and answers to questions are based on personal observations and experiences of disabled spectators and their companions. This information is provided to augment, not replace the information provided by the venue and the Dodgers. Additional information regarding Dodger Stadium can be found at Official Dodgers Stadium Website
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