New Yankee Stadium
New York Yankees – Yankee Stadium
1 E. 161st Street
Bronx, NY 10451
The new Yankee Stadium may one day be known as the house that Derek Jeter built.
You either love the Yankees or you can't stand them, but one thing is for sure, they don't pinch pennies trying to field a team to win the World Series.
If you want to see a game at the new Yankee Stadium, first check the Phillies schedule, the New York Mets schedule or Boston Red Sox schedule. When the Yankees are playing any of these teams expect to pay a little more for those tickets.
You can view the NY Yankees schedule our website and check out the Yankees spring training schedule. After you 'View Tickets' for the game that you're interested in, you'll see a seating chart. If you hover your mouse pointer over any section of that seating chart, you'll see an actual picture of that section.
Click here to view the new Yankee Stadium seating chart.
Getting To The Game
Yankee Stadium is located at 161st Street and River Ave. in the Bronx, NY. The New York City Subway trains that take you there are the 4, B and D lines.
If you do take the train to the game, you would be wise to get your train ticket (the MetroCard) before you leave the game to catch the train for the return trip.
Although everyone doesn't arrive to the game at the same time, many of them are leaving at the same time and the subway station is wall-to-wall, packed with people. If you don't have your MetroCard, it may take you a while to work your way over to a machine to get one.
On game days, NY Waterway operates the "Yankee Clipper" ferry route stopping at Port Imperial (Weehawken) and Hoboken in New Jersey. It also makes stops at West 38th Street,The Wall Street Ferry Pier and East 34th Street in Manhattan.
The New York Water Taxi operates a free ferry to the stadium from the Wall Street Ferry Pier before every game only.
For some games, SeaStreak provides high-speed ferry service to Highlands, New Jersey.
If you really want to drive, Yankee Stadium is also accessible by car from Interstate 87 (the Major Deegan Expressway). It also connects to Interstate 95, Interstate 278 and other major roads.
At the StadiumParking at the new Yankee Stadium is $25 per game.
If you love baseball and its history, it's quite an area to walk through.
Monument Park has relocated to the new Yankee Stadium. It is located just beyond center field and is directly under the Mohegan Sun sports bar. There is also a door that connects the Yankees bullpen with Monument Park. Requested by Mariano Rivera, it's there so that the relief pitchers can walk through that area before entering the game if they choose to.
The Yankees Museum is located on the lower level by Gate 6. On display are a wide range of Yankees' memorabilia. Included in the display is a "Ball Wall" with hundreds of balls autographed by past and present Yankee greats.
Restaurants and Concessions
There are a wide array of restaurants and places to eat at the new Yankee Stadium, 137 concession areas in all.
A Hard Rock Cafe is located
ballpark, but it is open to
anyone at the 161 St. and River Ave. entrance year round.
A steakhouse called NYY Steak is located beyond right field.
Celebrity chefs will occasionally make appearances at the ballpark's restaurants to help prepare food for fans in premium seating. You never know who might show up.
Above Monument Park in center field is the Mohegan Sun sports bar, with its tinted black glass it's a backdrop for the batters trying to pick up the baseball being thrown by the pitcher.
A foodcourt is located on the third base side of the lower level. There are concessions throughout the stadium with a variety of food. They even have a fruit cart with fresh fruits to choose from.
You can find just about anything your heart desires to eat at the new Yankee Stadium. They have everything from sushi and Japanese food to pizza to ice cream. They even have cocktails for $11. Beer in a souvenir cup for $10 or a regular cup for $6.
Permitted and Non-Permitted ItemsWhat's permitted:
Factory-sealed plastic water bottles 1 liter in size or smaller are permissible.
No bottles or cans are permitted with a couple of exceptions. Fans with medical needs, baby bottles, unopened soft-sided single-serve containers, like small milk cartons, juice boxes or containers like that are permitted.
What's not permitted:
Any soft-sided bag larger than 16" x 16" x 8" including diaper
backpacks and purses
- Briefcases, coolers and hard-sided bags and containers
- Glass, cans and plastic bottles
- Laser pens
- Video cameras
- Laptop computers
- Firearms or knives
- Beach balls, blow horns and all other distracting noisemakers
- Any other devices that may interfere with the game or other fans watching the game
If you're coming to the New York area with younger kids, the new Yankee Stadium doesn't have an area for kids activities.
If that's something that you'd like to do with them, I would suggest going to the New York Mets stadium, Citi Field. It has a great area just for that purpose with a dunk tank, t-ball field, run challenge track and video game area.
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