Great American Ballpark

Located on the banks of the Ohio River, Great American Ball Park has served as home of the Cincinnati Reds, baseball’s first professional franchise, since March 31, 2003.

Its location provides breathtaking views of the riverfront, northern Kentucky landscape and downtown Cincinnati. The ballpark also pays tribute to the Reds’ rich history. Crosley Terrace statues depict Reds legends and famous-dates banners along Johnny Bench Way remind fans of memorable moments in club history. Inside the park, the mosaics, “toothbrush” light towers, Power Stacks, Bootleggers façade, and the Sun/Moon Deck are just a handful of features that give the ballpark a truly historic influence.

In addition to these nostalgic touches, Great American Ball Park seats over 42,000 and boasts modern amenities to enhance the fan experience, two high-definition video boards, and clubs, suites and other hospitality areas that offer guests luxurious options for a unique gameday experience.

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