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Comerica Park

Comerica Park, home to the Detroit Tigers, is a major league baseball park in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The park opened in 2000 and features more than 41,000 seats and panoramic views of surrounding Detroit. Fans can take advantage of a variety of attractions at Comerica Park, including a visitor museum, which envelopes the main concourse, a Fly Ball Ferris Wheel, sculptures of famous players and a fountain which uses "liquid fireworks." Comerica Park also hosts concerts and a variety of events. The Park boasts more food and beverage registers per fan than any other ballpark in the league, so you'll be back to your seat in no time. 


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  • Detroit Tigers Games
  • Downtown Hoedown
  • Private Events


  • Sporting Events
  • Concerts
  • Tours
  • Beverage and Concession Areas
  • Trade Shows and Seminars
  • Visitor Museum


  • what do the statues at Comerica Park represent?

    The aprk ark features unique attractions, including a visitor museum, a Ferris wheel, sculptures of famous players and a fireworks fountain. The statues capture the essence of six of the greatest Tigers in action - Ty Cobb, Charlie Gehringer, Hank Greenberg, Willie Horton, Al Kaline and Hal Newhouser.
  • How do I get to the park and what are parking options?

    The park can accommodate approximately 4,500 vehicles in the area surrounding Comerica Park. There are a number of additional privately operated parking facilities within walking distance. The best way to get to Comerica Park is using public transportation.

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