Tropicana Field

Tropicana Field Building Exterior
Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg
Rays at Tropicana Field

Located in the heart of St. Petersburg, Tropicana Field is the home of the Tampa Bay Rays and the only indoor professional baseball facility in Florida.  The venue hosts many other sporting events, including the 1999 Men's NCAA Final Four, high school and college football games and the largest indoor invitational gymnastics meet in the world - the Gasparilla Gymnastics Festival. The Trop holds attendance records for both National Hockey League and Arena Football League games.  Operated and maintained by the Tampa Bay Rays, the Trop features a range of dining and entertainment options for fans from on-site restaurants to the Rays Touch Tank for the kids.

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Office in Germany
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Field Surfaces
Artificial Grass
General Information
Distance from Beach: 10
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Restaurant Features
Seating Capacity: 45000
Sports Offered
Venue Features
Grand StandsHospitality AreaLightsMaintenance StaffMedia RoomMeeting RoomsMen's Locker RoomPerformance Space: Major Leaque Baseball Indoor StadiumPublic Address SystemScoreboardsSports Venue Details: Concessions, restrooms, press box, suitesTicket Office
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Community: St. Petersburg

1 Tropicana Dr.

St. Petersburg, FL 33705

Phone: 727-825-3120
Toll Free: 727-825-3204

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Based on 1634 reviews
James G | Oct 17, 2016
“Maybe the worst park in the US”

Such a strange place to see a ball game. Weird set up, no fans. The good news is there,s no rain outs and it's always 72 degrees. Parking is thought, traffic around the park is worse.

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