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Great American Ballpark Cincinnati Reds

100 Joe Nuxhall Way , Cincinnati , OH, 45202

    Stadium smokestack catches fire in Cincinnati

    Posted May 18, 2015

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    Reds debut room for nursing moms

    Posted March 30, 2015

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    All-Star Game prompts $1M more in stadium fixes

    Posted December 3, 2014

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    GABP, Great American Ball Park is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and is home field to the Cincinnati Reds. Great American Ball Park replaced the Reds former home stadium of 32 years, Cinergy Field (formerly Riverfront Stadium) in 2003. The stadium’s name comes from the Great American Insurance Group who brought the naming rights. Having to share a multi-purpose stadium for 32 years with the Cincinnati Bengals (NFL), the two teams started wanting their own stadiums. In 1996, voters passed a sales tax that would help fund two new stadiums. Construction started on the new stadium in 2000 and opened in 2003. A feature of the Great American Ball Park is what is known as “The Gap”. “The Gap” is a 35 foot break in the stands that provides sightlines into the stadium from downtown. It also provides sightlines from within the stadium out to the Cincinnati skyline.

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    Venue

    • Great American Ballpark
      100 Joe Nuxhall Way   Cincinnati , OH 45202
      Call at (513) 765-7000

    Venue Details

    • 2003
    • $290 million
    • Hamilton County
    • Outdoor
    • 1
    • Populous, GBBN
    • Hamilton County, Oh
    • Yes
    • left field
    • Yes
    • There are 7 elevators and 3 escalators.
    • Grass
    • 42059
    • 18

    Dimensions

    • 328Ft
    • 379Ft
    • 404Ft
    • 370Ft
    • 325Ft
  • ATMs

    • PNC Bank

    Gates

  • Parking:

    • East parking garage - disabled par

      • $12.00
      • No
  • Tickets

    • Box : $30.00 to $70.00 (Handicap access)
    • Lower Deck : $20.00 to $40.00 (Handicap access)
    • Upper Deck : $5.00 to $20.00 (Handicap access)

    Upcoming Events

    • No event is scheduled here.

  • Merchandise:

    • Guest Relations

      • Section 119 and Section 420
      • -
    • concession stands/food

      • Throughout stadium
      • -
    • Roar of the Reds crowd? No, that was the calliope

      2014-09-26 15:16:33

      James Pilcher - Cincinnati Enquirer -

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    • All-Star Game prompts $1M more in stadium fixes

      2014-12-03 15:20:45

      Dan Horn - Cincinnati Enquirer -

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    • Reds debut room for nursing moms

      2015-03-30 16:51:36

      Darren Rovell - ESPN -

       

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    • Stadium smokestack catches fire in Cincinnati

      2015-05-18 14:04:46

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  • Policies

    General Info

    • N
    • All guests are subjected to search
    • N
    • no smoking

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • permitted
    • prohibitted
    • prohibitted
    • prohibitted
    • permitted
    • permitted
    • permitted, cannot exceed 16" by 16" by 8"
    • prohibitted

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  • Ratings: 2

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    • Great American Ballpark is a lovely place through and through! There are unlimited food choices- with the brats topped with red dragon cheese and onion marmalade being my favorite. A close second is the braised beef topped with mac and cheese. The stadium even features a special section for nursing mothers! The Reds mascots and non-player personnel are always doing something on the fringes of the field between innings to entertain the crowd. The Jumbo-tron is HUUUGE! and can be seen from almost anywhere (as long as you're not underneath it). There are a number of subtle nuances that make the stadium experience most unique- little touches like baseball bats at the top of the smokestacks in center field or little baseballs topping the gates give the venue a classic baseball feel. The stadium has a new, shiny look to it. My comrades tell me its due to all of the off-season renovations as the Reds prepare to host this year's All-Star Game. I'd have to say, Great American Ballpark is ready for the mid-season classic! Curt - Cincinnati
    • Reviewed: 84 Days ago
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