Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre
4.5
About
With its retractable roof, in-house hotel and Hard Rock Cafe, the home turf of the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts is truly a sight to see.
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from C$46.24
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Address
Neighbourhood: CityPlace
How to get there
  • St. Andrew • 10 min walk
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  • Bonnie H
    9 contributions
    Opening Day April 2022
    It was a fantastic experience…turned out to be a great game! Our first time there. We travelled from Alberta to see opening day and we’re not disappointed. Food, seats and staff are great. Would go again in heartbeat but we got inexpensive flights so it probably won’t happen again. Never know!
    Visited April 2022
    Written December 28, 2022
  • KMB_GA
    Atlanta, Georgia1,154 contributions
    Stadium with City Vibes
    Really enjoyed attending two games at the Rogers Centre. Upgraded to the 200 level behind home plate for our first game. Great views to enjoy the game, with little more privacy due to being in the club. Loved that your could order poutine at the park. Had upper levels for our second game and would never sit there again. The steep climb to get up there combined with the sharp angle of seats gave me anxiety. The dome was open both games allowing us to enjoy the downtown skyline as well. Not a ton of memorable things to see within the park and souvenir options were limited, but it was a fun place to experience a game.
    Visited August 2022
    Travelled as a couple
    Written February 24, 2023
  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,975 contributions
    Not an improvement
    A friend and I took in a ball game last night. We were impressed by the Jays, who won 3-2, and by the effect of the rule changes, which meant that the game lasted 2 1/2 hours instead of the three it probably would have lasted last year. It was nice, too, that the ballpark is domed. It was raining outside, but inside it was a pleasant 20C. The new sound-and-light features were disagreeable, however: too loud and very garish. Tone it down, please.
    Visited April 2023
    Written April 29, 2023
  • The5MRanch
    Calabasas, California723 contributions
    Worth taking in a game, but not worth a special trip...
    Okay... it was a night game and the Blue Jays lost to the Yankees, but the roof was closed and they didn't sell any Canadian beer! I was hoping for a different experience, but I can get bad hot dogs and Budweiser beer and just about any ballpark. This was my 20th different home ballpark and I love to take a walk around the place before the game starts, nice food stands and view areas, but no Blue Jay history display, at least not one that I saw.
    Visited May 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written May 16, 2023
  • Family5GetAway
    St. John's, Canada291 contributions
    Amazing - loved it here!
    Came to see Ed Sheeran and was amazed at how huge this place is. It was my first time here so I did not realize how large the Rogers Centre was until I was in it. The experience of having almost 50,000 other fans singing along with you was surreal. It was a beautiful day so the roof was open. In the evening the lights from the surrounding buildings and the CN Tower added to the atmosphere, especially each time fireworks went off. Wonderful venue for a wonderful concert.
    Visited June 2023
    Written June 26, 2023
  • Teammilitello
    Des Moines, Iowa735 contributions
    Modern, Clean, Easy, so fun!
    This place is the very nicest baseball stadium I’ve ever been in. Parking was affordable & close. We felt safe, had great seats, & loved how much team spirit people have. Everyone wears royal blue. And the Blue Jays had two home runs, so we left even happier with the win.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written July 20, 2023
  • Daniel
    Monticello, Illinois33 contributions
    Great ballpark
    We went to a night game and sat in the TD clubhouse 200 level. The park was very entertaining and our seats were excellent. You could order your food and drinks from a server or from your phone and it was delivered. All of the staff was helpful and friendly.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written August 1, 2023
  • Katelyn A
    Ontario, Canada10 contributions
    Cool Stadium
    I’ve been to the Rogers Centre a few times now for a number of events, including blue jays games, a P!nk concert and a Queen concert. Every time I have been served in a timely manner considering the line ups. My only complain is I’m afraid of heights and the nose bleed seats scare me. Definitely a great place to host a concert though.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written August 6, 2023
  • Thomas
    New London, New Hampshire4 contributions
    Baseball, Eh?
    The Rogers Centre may not seem like a lot from the outside. Built during the era of the concrete stadium, it blends in to the city and is not easily identifiable. However, inside the stadium lies a true jewel of baseball. The atmosphere is great, the food is delicious, and the view of the field (roof on or off) is gorgeous. The seats are plastic and the seating is a tad snug, but overall I found that Toronto is a must stop for any baseball fan worth their salt.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written August 9, 2023
  • Paul C
    Manchester, United Kingdom245 contributions
    Boring
    My first and last baseball experience. Not for me I'm afraid. The Stadium and staff were second to none! The food was everything as an Englishman you would expect , hot dogs, hot dogs and more hot dogs - oh and popcorn ( plus a few other bits) drinks service was excellent if a bit limited range. Comfortable seat - easy to access but lots of steps. The game ....,.. boring as ..,. Until the 7th innings when people around me stopped talking about work and swiping left and actually took some notice. Not my scene at all sorry.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written September 10, 2023
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Ray .D
Toronto, Canada14 contributions
Apr. 2023 • Family
It was really fun! We went to a Jays vs Yankees game so it was like very intense. In the last few minutes, we lost 2-0! Still a very good experience. I've been to 6 Jays games, but this was the most intense of all
Written October 8, 2023
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Anonymous855
Trabuco Canyon, California1,680 contributions
Sep. 2023 • Couples
This was our final MLB stadium to visit and it didn't disappoint. Jr Jays Sunday was special, the free features were great and I didn't have a child with me :) I especially liked the entertainment at the Corona Roof top bar and the seating. Food was reasonably priced and the walking paths to our hotel was great. Only tiny negative were the Schneiders saug & hot dog....skins are too tough for our preference. Didn't worry about rain because of the roof. To get a perfect score the stadium needed wider seats and cup holders for drinks as it is very narrow for others going in and out of a row.
Written September 26, 2023
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Suzy
Canada19 contributions
Sep. 2023 • Friends
It could be really hot in summer under the Sun, but definitely enjoy the spectacular view.

Recommend to take the public transportation to get there, the highway and roads are absolute mess in the area.
Written September 17, 2023
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Jim Collacott
Niagara Falls, Canada14 contributions
Sep. 2023 • Friends
Went on a bus trip to see the Blue Jays game. Good thing it was a bus. The police had all the roads blocked and were directing traffic who knows where. We disembarked and needed to walk around the stadium to find our gate. Check in was fine and we were directed to our seats in the 200 level. The seats are small, hard and uncomfortable. They also faced the left fielder so to watch the play you needed to keep your head turned left or attempt to sit sideways. Next day I had a sore back and stiff neck. The intensity of the lights was also bothersome. We sat in an area with our own lounge. The prices are astronomical. A can of beer,$15.00 a glass of wine $23.00. Exiting was also a slow and crowded process. I'll really need to think about attending another game.
Written September 15, 2023
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Barclay 254
Mississauga, Canada13 contributions
Jun. 2023 • Family
The game was exciting, the weather stunning but the best part was the stadium. Newly renovated and gorgeous. Worth a visit for a ball game anytime. Put it on your to do list when passing through TO.
Written September 15, 2023
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Paul C
Manchester, UK245 contributions
Sep. 2023 • Solo
My first and last baseball experience. Not for me I'm afraid.
The Stadium and staff were second to none!
The food was everything as an Englishman you would expect , hot dogs, hot dogs and more hot dogs - oh and popcorn ( plus a few other bits) drinks service was excellent if a bit limited range.
Comfortable seat - easy to access but lots of steps.
The game ....,.. boring as ..,. Until the 7th innings when people around me stopped talking about work and swiping left and actually took some notice. Not my scene at all sorry.
Written September 10, 2023
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Kanata201
19 contributions
Jul. 2023 • Family
Simple to navigate and many food vendors. Lots of activities for young and old. Lots of staff to assist when necessary.
Written August 27, 2023
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Neil
Massey Drive, Canada52 contributions
Aug. 2023 • Family
Overall an excellent game experience but there were too many people walking up and down the aisles all the time. I’ll choose my seats away from the main aisles next time.
Written August 27, 2023
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Allie W
22 contributions
Aug. 2023
For someone who likes and needs to plan EVERYTHING before I go somewhere, this was an awesome experience. My daughter is newly diagnosed celiac, and this was our first trip, so I was nervous trying to find her food. The fact that they let you bring in outside food is a godsend - but they also had on the website dietary restrictions, listing all the gluten free options and what section to find them in. And they were good too! Nachos and a hot dog and ice cream, and the vendors were knowledgeable.
I wish the non-alcoholic beer was easier to find - the Bud Zero was in a couple places (they're a sponsor, they should be!) but the Corona patio had a NA beer listed, but the server said they "ran out" which I didn't buy because I was one of the first people that got there - they hadn't bothered to stock any. A small complaint, but something they can improve on.
Overall the family had a great time, even up in the "nosebleeds".
Written August 26, 2023
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minimize940314
Los Angeles, CA3,527 contributions
Dec. 2022
This stadium is right next to CN Tower. When I visited Toronto, I was not able to get to see a match since it was off season. However, if you are a fan, you may get in for a tour.
Written August 22, 2023
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Rogers Centre admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost C$72.57, while a popular guided tour starts around C$9.50 per person.

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