1. Three Story Video Board
The video board in center field was one of the first of its size and is something you can’t miss when attending a game at the SkyDome. You won’t miss a replay when attending a Blue Jays game thanks to the massive size of the SkyDome’s video board.
2. “The Audience” and “The Fans” Sculptures
Located on the northeast and northwest corners of the stadium these two sculptures are excellent tributes to the Jays fan base. Before the game, stop by and check both of them out to get the full SkyDome experience.
3. Retractable Roof
The SkyDome is home to the first retractable roof stadium in all of baseball and can open and close in about 20 minutes which will save you from the scourge of all baseball fans, the rain delay. It also comes in handy during colder Toronto nights as well.
4. Championship and Retired Number Banners
Banners celebrating the greatest teams and players in Blue Jays history surround the stadium’s massive video board. The banners honor the Jays many division winning teams as well as the 1992 and 1993 World Series winners, so check out these banners during your trip to Toronto.
5. Ace and Junior
Ace is the official mascots of the Toronto Blue Jays and on “Junior Jays Saturdays” is accompanied by Junior. The mascots are a big part of the in-game entertainment and can be seen all around the park, so keep an eye out for Ace and Junior during your trip to Toronto.
6. Jays Level of Excellence
The Jays Level of Excellence on the fourth deck fascia honors the best players in Blue Jays history. Take a look at the Jays Level of Excellence to remember your favorite Jays from the past including Roberto Alomar, Dave Stieb, and Joe Carter among others.
7. Center Field Hotel
If you’ve ever wanted to watch a baseball game from your hotel room, then the SkyDome is the place for you. The hotel in the center field offers rooms with views of the ballpark and unique way to watch the game.
Be on alert for the J-Crew when attending a Blue Jays game. The J-Crew runs a variety of promotions at the game, so don’t miss if you want to win some cool prizes.
9. Outfield Patio Area
Enjoy the game from this unique open-air standing area that sits right above center field. What used to be a classy restaurant is now a place where fans can get together to watch and cheer on their Blue Jays in a way like never before. All Blue Jay fans should try to make it out to this patio area at least once during their visit to the SkyDome.
10. CN Tower
The CN Tower is one of the signature landmarks of the city of Toronto and only a few steps away from the SkyDome. No trip to Toronto is complete without seeing the CN Tower, so make sure to check out before the game.