Chase Field
Chase Field

Chase Field

401 E Jefferson St., Phoenix, Arizona, 85004

The Basics

Chase Field offers baseball fans the chance to watch a game without having to worry about Arizona’s summer heat or sudden monsoon storms. Visitors can still enjoy the iconic stadium, even without tickets to a game. Public walking tours take place throughout the year to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at the Diamondbacks stadium.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • A visit to Chase Field is a must for sports fans.
  • Chase Field is accessible to wheelchairs.
  • Stadium tour participants get a discount at the team shop after the tour.
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How to Get There

Since parking in Downtown Phoenix can be limited, it’s a good idea to take alternate transportation to Chase Field. Take the Metro Light Rail from one of several Park-N-Ride locations to the stadium; trains run every 20 minutes. The D-backs Express takes fans from the Foothills Mall in Tucson to Chase Field.

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When to Get There

Try to visit during the regular season (March through September) to see the Diamondbacks play a game at home. Stadium tours take place Monday to Saturday throughout the year.

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What to Eat at Chase Field

If you’re attending a D-backs game at Chase Field, come hungry. There’s a bit of everything on offer, including baseball classics (hot dogs, french fries, ice cream) as well as more unusual items, like a Churro Dog served on a donut bun, Steak and Ale Tots, and Frybread Tacos.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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