The Rogers Center

The Rogers Center

A multi-use stadium called the Rogers Centreis situated in Toronto. It was once known as the SkyDome and serves as the Major League Baseball (MLB) home field for the Toronto Blue Jays. In addition to sporting occasions, the stadium is frequently utilized for conventions, trade exhibitions, and concerts.

Events may be held at the Rogers Centre despite bad weather because to its retractable roof. For baseball games, the stadium can hold up to 53,506 spectators, and up to 55,000 for other events. The Rogers Centre has a hotel, restaurants, and other amenities in addition to being a sports and entertainment facility.

Since its debut in 1989, the stadium has played host to a number of noteworthy occasions, such as the 1991 MLB All-Star Game, the 1992 and 1993 World Series, and the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2015 Pan American Games.

In the center of Toronto, the Rogers Centre is reachable on foot, by private automobile, or by means of the TTC, GO Train, Via Rail, and UP Express.The Rogers Centre is a short stroll from a number of privately owned parking garages. Prices and availability are controlled by the individual business owners, who are unrelated to the Blue Jays franchise.

For visitors with accessibility requirements, a constrained number of parking spaces are accessible in the Rogers Centre underground lot. On game days, reservations are necessary and can be made by phoning 416-341-1234. When making reservations, kindly have your disability permit number on available. It must be payed by credit card.