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Rogers Centre

Blue Jays Way
Toronto, ON M3H 6A7

(416) 341-1000

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (111 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Rogers Centre Rogers Centre

Hours: Sun 9am-4pm; Mon 5pm-7pm; Tue-Thu 5pm-8pm; Fri 4pm-9pm; Sat 10am-8pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express


Since 1999 the Air Canada Centre has been home to two of this city’s professional sports franchises — the Toronto Raptors and the Toronto Maple Leafs. The state-of-the-art facility features a BOSE sound system, four Sony Jumbotrons and more than 640 televisions throughout the building making it the perfect sports or concert venue. Since its first concert, a sold out show by Canada’s own...
by toronto on November 05, 2013 from toronto


Go jays!: I love the jays games at the Rogers Centre. When the dome is open it's the best baseball game experience I've ever had!<br/> As with any stadium, be prepared to spend $22.00 for 2 beers--I tend to go to the Loose Moose before games (on Front St) because they are super close to the stadium and drink prices are very reasonable--Texas Lonestar is also right across the street (also on Front Street) which has a patio. I've heard the Rogers Centre is awesome for concerts IF THE DOME IS OPEN, I've only been to a concert with the dome closed and I think the ACC is a much better venue.
Rated 4 stars by Virginia on May 24, 2011
Good for Baseball, Not for Concerts: This place is great to go enjoy an open-air baseball game in the summer (if you can swallow the $10 a beer price!). For concerts though the acoustics are terrible! Unless this is the only place your fave band is playing I wouldn't waste the money.
Rated 3 stars by hollynik on November 08, 2010
Mixed Feelings: I was born and raised in Ontario so unless you're fresh off a boat it's not the Rogers Centre it's the Skydome!!!<br/><br/>I don't like the idea of big corporations buying out places and forcing it to be one big billboard advertisement. <br/><br/>I come from the sub urbs where if I wanted to go to a stadium it won't be as big as the Rogers Centre but its a good size and parking is free. <br/><br/>Bad enuff I'm paying up the ying yang to watch a leafs game I gotta throw 20-30 bucks for a parking spot. <br/><br/>Then the food in the place is way over priced. 7 dollars for a hot dog? 10 if you want a drink with that. if that drink you want is a beer... 10 alone for a beer. <br/><br/>However the good side, the games there are fun, I love it when its a beautiful day and the roof opens up and the staff that work there are always friendly
Rated 3 stars by Draven992 on October 17, 2010
Great: Rogers Centre receives a bad rap as a place to watch a baseball game, but let me correct you. he sightlines are great, and if the roof is open they're even better. The facility is well-maintained and all the staff around the place is very friendly. The beer and food are far too expensive. But if you're a baseball, or football fan you shouldmake it down.
Rated 4 stars by Slash003 on September 13, 2010

Editorial Reviews

The biggest venue in the city, it is not used regularly for music but occasionally draws superstar like U2 and AC/DC. This venue is about as intimate as a parking lot. If you're seated in the 400 or 500 levels, you'll be watching the show on the JumboTron unless you bring your binoculars. Steer clear of the seats next to the JumboTron, or you won't see anything at all.
by frommersca on June 17, 2012 from frommersca
Open since 1989, the Rogers Centre (formerly known as the SkyDome) is the home of both the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Canadian Football League's Argonauts. Famous for its fully retractable roof, spanning more than 11 acres (with the roof closed, a 31-story building would fit inside the stadium), the gigantic arena has a maximum seating capacity of 65,673 and a 110-foot-wide video...
by concierge on June 12, 2012 from concierge
This is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team. In 1989, the opening of this stadium, then known as SkyDome, was a gala event. The stadium represents an engineering feat, featuring the world's first fully retractable roof and a gigantic video scoreboard. It is so large that a 31-story building would fit inside the complex when the roof is closed.
Rated 1.75 stars by frommersca on December 14, 2011 from frommersca

Information from the business

Rogers Centre Tour Experience is a one hour, fully-guided behind-the-scenes tour. Highlights of the tour include a visit to the Blue Jays Hall of Fame, a Press Box and a Luxury Suite among other stops.
by toronto on January 24, 2010 from toronto
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