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Ramón C Cortines High School for the Visual and Performing Arts
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Dodger Stadium information
Built in 1962, and one of Major League Baseball’s classic ballparks, Dodger Stadium offers behind-the-scenes tours of the historic stadium. Your 90-minutes will cover the press box (basecamp of the legendary Vin Scully), the Dodger dugout, the Dugout Club, the field and the Tommy Lasorda Training Center. Reservations are strongly advised.
During the season (April to October), tours are held almost daily – except on game days. In the off-season they are less frequent. Of course, the best way to experience the stadium is to go to the ol’ ballgame with MLB's most dedicated fan base. LA does love its Dodgers.