Citi Field
Citi Field
Citi Field

Citi Field Tours and Tickets

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Located in the borough of Queens across the East River from Manhattan, Citi Field is the home of the New York Mets, one of the city’s two Major League Baseball clubs. Completed in 2009, the park has a capacity of 42,000, and an on-site museum dedicated to all things Mets.

  • 41 Seaver Way, Willets Point, New York City, New York, 11368

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Q:Does Citi Field have tours?
A:Yes, there are plenty of options for Citi Field tours, from the public non-game day tours to enhanced Grand Slam tours and even private experiences for all group sizes and ages. And, for those who don’t want to leave their home comforts, there’s a virtual stadium tour, too.
Q:How do I meet the Mets in New York?
A:To meet the Mets as a proper meet-and-greet, you need to contact the booking agents Athlete Speakers, although you’ll need a deep wallet to arrange this. Otherwise, your best chance of “meeting” the Mets is to downgrade your expectations and “watch” them instead at a New York Mets baseball game.
Q:How much do Citi Field tickets cost?
A:Like all Major League baseball teams, the Mets use a variable pricing model so that prices match demand. Tickets for a Citi Field baseball game in 2023 seem to range from as low as US$14 to around US$800–20,000 for premium seats and suites.
Q:Where is the Mets Museum in Citi Field?
A:This large museum, known as the Mets Hall of Fame & Museum, is inside Citi Field, next to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda. The museum opens for home games (from when the gates open until the final whistle), and all fans with match tickets can enter to browse the memorabilia and videos.
Q:What is not allowed in Citi Field?
A:Items not allowed in Citi Field follow a similar list to other US stadiums. Alcoholic drinks are banned, along with laser pointers, unsealed food and drink containers, and most backpacks. The bag policy is a little more lenient than elsewhere; check official info on the MLB Mets website before you go.
Q:Is it safe to walk to Citi Field?
A:Citi Field isn’t in a high crime area, and if you’re going to a game, there’s sure to be plenty of people around. The neighborhood around the stadium is generally considered safe. However, when walking at night, keep your wits about you—as you would walking anywhere in the dark.