1. Comerica Park

    The Tigers did an excellent job of building a park that offers not only great sightlines but also a beautiful view of downtown Detroit. Comerica Park offers it all including lots of amenities (such as a Ferris wheel and a carousel), tons of historical displays, and some great concessions.

    2. Great American Ballpark

    GABP is home to excellent sightlines, and you won’t find a bad seat in the house, but what really sets GABP apart is the history on display inside and outside the stadium. Crosley Terrace, the Hall of Fame & Museum, and the murals and displays around the stadium all go a long way in bringing the history of the Reds to life at GABP.

    3. Busch Stadium

    Busch Stadium offers quite the amenities that cater to families, such as the Family Pavilion. Kids will be able to enjoy the 2K Sports Zone, batting cages and the fastpitch. Furthermore, the Build-A-Bear shop is also located in the stadium. Kids and adults alike will enjoy it.

    4. Oriole Park

    Oriole Park at Camden Yards has been one of the most influential baseball stadiums in all of Major League Baseball. You can bring your kids to Gate C where the Kids Corner and the Strike Zone are located. Another big plus to this ballpark is the delicious snacks you can get for yourself and your family. No regrets!

    5. Raley Field

    The River Cats go all out to provide a fun event for kids and families as you’ll find a kid’s play area, a lovable mascot and have the opportunity to get lots of autographs at a River Cats game. Those of you looking to enjoy some more adult entertainment will want to get a Governors, Dugout, or Senate membership so you can enjoy Tito’s Solon Club.

    6. Werner Park

    An Omaha Storm Chasers game is the perfect family outing and offers something for everyone, so no matter what your age or interest in baseball you’ll have a fantastic time at Werner Park. The Storm Chasers really pushes out effort to keep the kids entertained at Werner Park as they provide tons of kids entertainment. Whether it’s the basketball court, Borsheims Diamond, the mini-golf course, or the Family Fun Zone, the kids will love attending a Storm Chasers game.

    7. Fenway Park

    If you think baseball is the best game out there and want to pass the love down for generations, Fenway Park is the best place to start. Not only is it the oldest ballpark, but the history and tradition of the Boston Red Sox is so deeply ingrained in the city. Fans pride themselves on their knowledge, a seemingly endless database of Red Sox stats, and overall passion for the game.

    8. Coors Field

    Over the last 20 years, Coors Field has become one of the best places for families and fans alike as it has entertainment systems such as the 2K Sports area, Kids Play Area, Pro Batter, Speed Pitch and a Tee-Ball booth which are all located behind Gate A. Adult entertainment is also available as bars are abundant in and around the ballpark.

    9. Safeco Field

    Safeco Field is one of the most advanced in terms of architecture and amenities and for a lot of people, that’s enough to visit the ballpark. For those looking for something a little more specific, the Moose’s Den is there for your family’s pleasure. Souvenir shops are also there for both adults and kids.

    10. Louisville Slugger FIeld

    Louisville Slugger Field is home to a Hall of Fame that features artifacts and memorabilia from Louisville’s extensive baseball history, and you can even get autographs from your favorite players before the game. Those of you bringing young kids to the game will enjoy the carousel in the right field which is unique to Louisville Slugger Field.

    11. Progressive Field

    The Progressive Field of the Cleveland Indians also have a ton of things for families to do since the Indians would always schedule promotional events that cater to younger audiences. During games, you can wait for the 7th inning where the hotdog race takes place and it’s pretty fun to watch!

    12. PNC Park

    PNC Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the MLB. If you’re bringing the kids to the game, make sure to stop by the kids play area before the game. Located in the center field, the play area is the perfect place for kids to work out all of their extra energy. The park also features the famous Great Pittsburgh Pierogi Race for everyone’s entertainment.

    13. Blue-Wahoos Field

    Pensacola’s Blue Wahoos Stadium features some of the best tailgating in the Southern League, so arrive early to make the most out of your trip. The ball club offers Party Parking in the Main Street lot, which makes it hands down the best place for tailgate lovers to park when attending a Blue Wahoos game. Here you’ll meet lots of die-hard Blue Wahoos fans who love tailgating, so bring something to share and join in the pregame festivities during your trip to Pensacola.

    14. Angels Stadium

    There is so much to do and see inside the Angel Stadium, from the California Spectacular to full-service restaurants to the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion, Halo Toss, Kids Area and a speed pitch. Another fun tidbit is that the was renovated by the Walt Disney Company (Disneyland is less than three miles away), so that pretty much says a lot about what you can expect in the stadium.

    15. Oracle Park

    Oracle Park is one of the most famous parks for families to attend, one of the main reasons is the Coca-Cola slide where kids can slide to their hearts content. There is also the China Basin Park, The Public House, and Hall of Bobbleheads. The abundance of things to do here is astounding.