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Cleveland Indians ballpark seats more than 43,000 people and features three levels of suites and a large-tiered stadium club.
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Corporate Events
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Downtown Cleveland, Downtown

Jacobs Field

Terrace Club At Progressive Field

Terrace Club At Jacobs Field

Terrace Club

Stadiums, Arenas & Athletic Fields, Baseball Clubs & Parks
Other Information

Parking: Garage

Wi-Fi: No

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Specialties: Business Events, Corporate Events, Banquets, Parties, Fiestas


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Trent W.



It's a beautiful stadium first of all. I could spend all season there. I also found The service at concessions very convenient and quick. Although it would have been better if the workers put on a smile. They looked bored most of the time.



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take me out to the ball game.......................

Over the past five years I have visited Wrigley field, PNC park, Great american ballpark, and Turner Field.
Honestly out of all of these only Wrigley Field could top Jacobs Field, and that is onley due to atmosphere. Nothing compares to Wrigley in that aspect. BUT....... visitors to Cleveland and Jacobs field wil find themselves having a good experience at the ""Jake"". Ticket prices are very reasonable. Parking cost down town for events is very high, but if a visitor inquires about the Rapid Transit , one can get to and from downtown for only six bucks. In my opinion, the bleachers are the best. Very affordable and a great view of the action. Food is just about the same as it is in any park, but the all-beef hot dogs w/ cleveland's famous stadium mustard is a must!! It sounds silly , but its the best mustard on earth! A tourist can buy a bottle of thier own at a local cleveland grocery store. There is plenty of bars and restaraunts near the jake for pre-game activity.. All the Jake needs now is a world championship banner ! GO TRIBE



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GREAT Ballpark!

I live in Cleveland and have attended games at Jacob's Field several times. I sat in a variety of seats, including the nose-bleed section, the bleachers, and right behind home plate. No matter where you sit you have a great view of the field, and if you have the opportunity to head to the field on fireworks night, get seats in Section 102. They view of the game and the fireworks is INCREDIBLE.

One note: for those having trouble parking, try parking at Tower City. Special event parking is only $6 -- ALL DAY -- and there is an indoor/outdoor walkway straight to Jacob's Field. Plus you can grab food or do some shopping before or after the game.




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Not one bad seat in the house

After going to games at both stadiums in Chicago and Miller Park in Milwaukee, The Jake is the best. If you're rooting for the home team, it can be exciting anywhere you are within the stadium. There's not one bad seat in the house, and one of the greatest attractions is John Adams out in the left field bleachers pounding on the bass drum whenever an Indians player is either in scoring position or anyone on base after the 7th inning. The left field bleachers are a throwback, and having the largest scoreboard in North America just add to the stadium. GO TRIBE!



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Not a bad seat in the house!

The Jake is great! They are a young, exciting team. I've been to 30+ games, never in the same seat and have never seen a bad seat. There are a ton of bars just outside the gates (a 2 minute walk). Most of the best clubs and restaurants are a 10 minute walk away in the Warehouse District.



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A great place to watch a game

If you get a chance to rent one the D suites, by all means go for it. The suite brings you to field level. You can smell the grass and hear the players talking in the dugout.



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Go Tribe!

Love the Jake! Good time, good people. Cleveland is a great touring spot! Can't wait to go back!



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My opinion

Jacobs Field is the best field in the whole entire world because it is the home of my alltime favorite team the Cleveland Indians. I have been to 10 games this past season and I will see more this season.I watch all the games on tv when i can't come to a game live.
GO TRIBE!!!!!!!!!!!!come back Jim!



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Lovely Place for a Ballgame

As new parks go, this is one of the better ones. Good sightlines, not too many distractions, decent concessions, and a well kept, beautiful green grass carpet. The only problem is that the price charged is a bit steep.



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Outstanding!!!! and then some!

Having been at the Ballpark at Arlington, Baltimore, Seattle's new field, etc., I can honestly say that Jacob's Field has them all beat for getting close to the game and for ambience. A great addition to a great City!!!!



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I may be just a tad biased, but when I go to a new city the first thing I want to see is the baseball stadium. Why should that be any different in Cleveland? Good food, good entertainment=a good time!



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Go Tribe

As a visitor this stadium had a lot to offer. It was clean, had good sightlines (even from the top row where we were seated!) and plenty of concessions. I would recommend passing on the hot dogs and buying good seats if you are not in great shape. The top level is really steep and we had one person who could not overcome her vertigo. Bring plenty of money for parking - it cost more than the tickets.



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The Jake is a great place to enjoy baseball, and makes it easy to do, as well, for bringing fans with handicaps. There is easy access from the parking garage, then an elevator, then a row of seats ringing the mid-level of the stadium that easily convert each one into a space for a wheelchair. Try that at wrigley or fenway, and you'll give up in frustration. Oh yeah, and NoPlace has stadium mustard like Cleveland does. no place.