Plan Your Trip to Comerica Park

Comerica Park

Capacity: 41,255     Opened: 2000


Catch the Tigers in action at Comerica Park for a baseball experience imported from Detroit.

What makes this stadium unique?

Tigers are everywhere in Comerica Park. The outside façade has 33 tigers with light up balls in their mouths. Additionally, there are tiger statues outside the gates and two tigers above the scoreboard. The scoreboard tigers’ eyes light up after every Tigers’ home run, win, and during “Eye of the Tiger.” A tiger growl is also played through the stadium. Fans can enjoy a ride on the tiger-filled merry-go-round or in a baseball-shaped car in the Ferris wheel. Flanking the batter’s eye is a brick wall that serves as the Tigers Wall of Fame and has six statues of past legends with their names and numbers on the bricks below. For more team history fans can head to the Tigers Walk of Fame in the main concourse. Directly above the batter’s eye is Chevrolet Fountain which spouts water during every Tigers’ home run and plays a choreographed show before and after games. Fans are treated to fireworks shows every Friday and Saturday as well!

Dining and Nightlife

  1. Cheli’s Chili Bar

    Cheli’s Chili Bar47 E Adams Ave
    Detroit, MI
    Cheli’s is rocking on game nights with Tigers fans on their way to Comerica Park. Nothing beats drinks on the rooftop after a game, especially if there’s a fireworks display!
  2. Park Bar

    Park Bar2040 Park Avenue
    Detroit, MI
    Only a couple of blocks from Comerica Park, Park Bar has an extensive list of craft beers from Michigan and the chicken schwarma from the attached Bucharest Grill is a must!
  3. Pegasus Taverna

    Pegasus Taverna558 Monroe Street
    Detroit, MI
    Locals swear it’s the best Greek food in town. Pegasus Taverna is usually packed, so try to make a reservation. (Note this restaurant is located in the Greektown Casino.)
  4. Mexican Village Restaurant

    Mexican Village Restaurant2600 Bagley Street
    Detroit, MI
    Located in historic Mexicantown, Mexican Village Restaurant is the place for endless chips and salsa, margaritas, and satisfying Mexican food! Only a couple of miles away from the stadium too!


There is plenty of parking at the stadium, ranging from $5-25, depending on the lot. Some local bars and restaurants offer shuttles to the stadium as well. Public transportation is not a recommended option for this park.

Weekend for Two*
Detroit Regency Hotel (2 Nights) $220
Tickets (2 Fountain Tickets) $14
Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Pegasus Taverna: Gryo Platter, Greek Trio: 2 Glasses of Wine)
Saturday Lunch (Cheli’s Chili Bar: Bar Food, 2 Drinks)
Saturday Dinner (Mexican Village Restaurant: Fajitas for 2, 1/2 Liter Margarita)
Pre-game at Park Bar (4 Drinks)
Stadium Parking $15
Total $389

*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.


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