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.
Your guide to Tropicana Field, from where to find an ATM to information on Will Call.
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 Ballpark Tours provides a behind-the-scenes view of Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Rays Touch Tank presented by the Florida Aquarium, is the first of its kind at a professional sports venue.
Tropicana Field is home to the Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame.
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.
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.
Please review the Tropicana Field security policies regarding which items are permitted to be brought in with you during your next Rays game.
Traveling to the Tampa Bay Area? Here's a list of places to stay convenient to Tropicana Field.
Tune in to the Rays radio broadcast while at the game on 620WDAE.