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Great American Ball Park

Great American Ball Park is a baseball stadium located in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is home to Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds. The park was opened in 2003, and has already seen its share of memorable baseball events, as well as some non-sports events. This field has hosted a presidential rally, a concert by former Beatle Paul McCartney, and more. Dont miss out on the opportunity to experience live baseball action at the ball park with Cincinnati Reds tickets.

Although its name certainly has a patriotic connotation, the Great American Ball Park was actually named after the Great American Insurance Group, which purchased the naming rights. The park has been chosen to host the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. Although its capacity is 42,319 people, the stadium's maximum crowd was at the 2010 NLDS Game 3, on October 10, 2010. On this historic day, the stadium was packed with a whopping 44,599 people.

One of the most exciting features at Great American Ball Park is the Power Stacks. They’re two smokestacks designed to look similar to the old steamboats that would travel the Ohio River in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Whenever the Cincinnati Reds do something noteworthy like strike out a batter, hit a home run, or win, flames or fireworks will shoot out of the stacks.

Getting There and Getting In

Parking & Directions

Great American Ball Park is located along the banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati at 100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH, at the corner of 2nd St and Joe Nuxhall Way. Getting to the park depends on where the origin point is. The Great American Ball Park's website has a handy tool that allows guests to plug in their starting address and then determine the best possible directions.

There are quite a few parking areas within walking distance of the park. Most guests prefer to park nearby and walk to the stadium or simply jump on the Southbank Shuttle. To avoid unnecessary stress, it is always a good idea to leave at least an hour early. There is plenty to do and see in downtown Cincinnati, so showing up early is a great way to see the sights and also keep the parking and entering process as hassle-free as possible.