Minute Maid Park, previously named The Ballpark at Union Station, Enron Field, and Astros Field, is a retractable roof stadium in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. It opened in 2000 as the home ballpark of Major League Baseball's Houston Astros. It has a seating capacity of 41,168, which includes 5,197 club seats and 63 luxury suites.
The stadium has a natural grass playing field. It was built as a replacement for the Astrodome, the first domed sports stadium ever built, which opened in 1965.
Jared Weis | Jul 7, 2018
This is a great stadium with surprisingly easy parking considering its right downtown. I'm always amazed I can get a spot with ease. Love the stadium. It's family friendly with escalators and easy access to all areas. Climate controlled is a blessing on a hot summer day for sure!
Winter Galonodel | Jun 16, 2018
When you buy tickets, you aren't getting any parking. At events, they set up people at their lots to charge you from $40 to $65 to park. They charged us $65 after we pulled in just to ask where we could find a handicap spot. I want even aware you could charge for handicap parking before this. They have lots of wonderful looking food inside. My brother bought me a beer for $14. Just a heads up on what their prices will be like. The seats are comfy enough but the sound quality could be better.
Shawn Strayhorn | Jun 27, 2018
Had a great time at park. The atmosphere is fun, especially aided by train after scores. As far as added expenses make sure to be pre informed of parking($10-$20 depending where you park). For those not wanting to buy snacks in the stadium, they do allow you to bring you own factory sealed water in and snacks as long as they fit within a clear gallon sized bag.
Valerie B. | May 30, 2018
One of my children recently had a field trip to Minute Maid Park and I was one of the chaperones. The tour guides were helpful, knowledgeable, kept the kids interested and engaged; I was very pleased! They broke down the grade into 3 groups and the way they had things organized as to the structure/timing of it all was orderly and all the groups met back at the buses when it was over. We then took the kids to Discover Green Park to eat lunch and play, which was a nice addition.
Steve Torres | Jun 27, 2018
Super nice stadium to watch a baseball game! The retractable roof makes it adaptable. Nice restaurants and bars throughout with plenty of seating. Friendly, knowledgeable ushers will help with anything you might need. The views here are a sight to behold!
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