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Rogers Centre

Toronto Blue Jays

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Ranked #28

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Ranked #30

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Ranked #25

We surveyed nearly 8,000 MLB fans

These are recommendations and ratings from those who visit the most.

Best Day for a Deal

Tuesday

Best Time of the Season

Summer

Best Time of Day

Night

Roof is open

While the roof comes in handy on rainy days, the best time to check out Rogers Centre is when the roof is open, as the view outside is incredible. Many fans marvelled at how impressive the CN Tower looks from below, as it looms over the stadium. Rogers Centre is a massive stadium with many levels, but most fans called out the 200 level as offering the best sights, both inside and outside the venue.

"Get ready for your first view of the field. Walking into the stadium and up or down the stairs depending on your seat, the first time the field opens up and you see the lights, players, and fans, it's pretty special."

Prepare to sing

Rogers Centre is the only MLB stadium outside the United States. For visiting fans, one of the highlights of taking in a Blue Jays game is hearing both O Canada, the Canadian national anthem, and the Star Spangled Banner. Fans should be prepared for more singing when the seventh inning comes around, as the crowd joins together to sing OK Blue Jays, a song uniquely made for the Toronto baseball team.

"You can't miss the national anthem, because it's usually really inclusive."

Avoiding the traffic

With the stadium located right in the middle of the fourth most populous city in North America, driving to a Blue Jays game can be very challenging. Instead many fans recommended taking mass transit to the game, due to the quantity of Toronto Transit Commision stations located around the stadium. Another tip: Get to the stadium early, as the security lines can take longer than other venues.

"Get there an hour early and arrive by public transit. Enjoy the special days like giveaways and kids days events too."

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