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Durham Bulls Athletic Park

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Durham Bulls Athletic Park, or DPAB, is a 10,000-seat baseball stadium in downtown Raleigh. Opened in 1995, the park is home to the Durham Bulls, a minor league... more
Durham Bulls Athletic Park, or DPAB, is a 10,000-seat baseball stadium in downtown Raleigh. Opened in 1995, the park is home to the Durham Bulls, a minor league affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays, and the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Central Eagles college baseball teams. The park’s fully brick exterior, giant “Blue Monster” wall, and mechanical snorting bull in left field make the stadium a local point of pride, and a place where watching baseball is a pleasure. The stadium is in part a reinvention of the original Athletic Park, which was made famous in the film, Bull Durham.... less
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  • TimeAndMotion2112
    7/19/2019
    This ballpark knows how to treat fans and the game with respect. In a world of quasi-retro stadiums, the Bulls have a home that fits its urban neighborhood on the outside while being very fan-friendl... moreThis ballpark knows how to treat fans and the game with respect. In a world of quasi-retro stadiums, the Bulls have a home that fits its urban neighborhood on the outside while being very fan-friendly, simple, and accommodating on the concourse. The combination makes this a great place to watch a game. There are plenty of food and drink options which makes lines move fast enough. The downside is that concourse gets crowded easily. Otherwise, this is a fun place to catch a game.... less
  • 1991KEB
    7/13/2019
    Baseball, whAt more can you say. This is a convenient location, walking distance from most places. We were staying downtown and walked here and enjoyed an evening of fun baseball.
  • MDXP
    6/26/2019
    How can you go wrong at a stadium that holds (I am assuming) 7,000 or so people? Every seat is fantastic. I sat on the lower level just past third base (row 10) for $14. At these prices, you can af... moreHow can you go wrong at a stadium that holds (I am assuming) 7,000 or so people? Every seat is fantastic. I sat on the lower level just past third base (row 10) for $14. At these prices, you can afford to take the whole family.The concessions have many choices and are reasonably priced. There are also restaurants near the stadium (like Mellow Mushroom) that provide alternatives to stadium fare.It is possible to find street parking for a few dollars nearby.Also, the store behind home plate offers every type of shirt and cap.Great experience.... less
  • Becky H
    6/21/2019
    We attended a Friday night game with a near sold out crowd due to Yankee players playing rehab games. The park was an easy walk from the hotel. The seats had a great view and were comfortable for a Tr... moreWe attended a Friday night game with a near sold out crowd due to Yankee players playing rehab games. The park was an easy walk from the hotel. The seats had a great view and were comfortable for a Triple A ballpark. The food was good and very affordable. Overall the fans were well behaved with many families in attendance. The quality of the Fireworks show after the game was really surprising and definitely worth staying for.... less
  • YamYam804
    6/16/2019
    Not a fan of baseball in general, but the weather was amazing and we had tickets. It's a clean stadium and it doesn't take much for me to get caught up on beer and hot dogs. Intrested in baseball and... moreNot a fan of baseball in general, but the weather was amazing and we had tickets. It's a clean stadium and it doesn't take much for me to get caught up on beer and hot dogs. Intrested in baseball and in Durham, check it out. Plus, there are great restaurants in the area. And it seems like the city is growing.... less