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Tropicana Field Information

Located in St. Petersburg, Tropicana Field's 1.1 million square feet include unique design features and fan amenities found nowhere else in the Major Leagues.

  • A-to-Z Ballpark Guide

    Your guide to Tropicana Field, from where to find an ATM to information on Will Call.

  • Tropicana Field Facts

    Tropicana Field is the only Major League park to feature an artificial surface and all-dirt base paths. New AstroTurf was installed prior to the 2011 season.

  • Tropicana Field Tours

    Tropicana Field Ballpark Tours provides a behind-the-scenes view of Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays.

  • Rays Tank

    Rays Touch Tank presented by the Florida Aquarium, is the first of its kind at a professional sports venue.

  • Ted Williams Museum

    Tropicana Field is home to the Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame.

  • Tropicana Field History

    The original Florida Suncoast Dome opened on March 3, 1990, at a cost of $138 million. It became the ThunderDome in 1993 and was renamed Tropicana Field on Oct. 4, 1996.

  • Ground Rules

    Tropicana Field's catwalks, a series of rings that help "lift" the stadium's domed roof, provide the field's unique source of ground rules.

  • Security & Regulations

    Please review the Tropicana Field security policies regarding which items are permitted to be brought in with you during your next Rays game.

  • Places to Stay

    Traveling to the Tampa Bay Area? Here's a list of places to stay convenient to Tropicana Field.

  • Rays Radio

    Tune in to the Rays radio broadcast while at the game on 620WDAE.