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Open since 1995, Edward Jones Dome is bordered by America's Center, a large convention center and is not far from the Cardinals' Busch Stadium and the Gateway Arch. In 2009 and 2010, the stadium received some renovations including a new turf system, new scoreboards, premium areas like the Bud Light Zone, and most recently, HD monitors were added in the concessions area.
There are 4 entrances to the stadium and for convenience, the closest seating sections for each are listed below:
Entrance A is located at the SW corner of the Dome at Convention Plaza and Broadway. Sections 114-127, 314-326, 414-427.
Entrance B is located at the SE corner of the Dome at Convention Plaza & 7th St. Sections 128-140, 328-340, 428-440.
Entrance C is located at the NE corner of the Dome at Cole and Broadway. Sections 101-113, 302-313, 401-413.
Entrance D is located at the NW corner of the Dome at Cole and 9th St. Sections 141-154, 341-353, 441-453.
The stadium is right off I-70 in downtown St. Louis, and is also easily accessible from I-44 and I-64. There are many parking lots and ramps surrounding the stadium, and you'll find quite a few that you can book directly online through us from our affiliate Parkwhiz, so check the icons on our "Before & After the Game" map. One of the cheapest garages we found is the Riverfront Garage (about a half mile away at 711 N Leonor K Sullivan Blvd). 6 blocks south of the stadium is Keiner East Garage (500 Pine St) which is also fairly inexpensive - usually around just $8 compared to almost $40 for many others. Tailgating is NOT permitted in either of these garages, however.
You can also valet for $8 at the Sheraton Hotel (Spruce and S 14th Streets) and walk a little over a mile to the stadium, bar or restaurant hopping your way there.
Another option is to take the Metro Link light-rail as the Convention Center stop is across the street and it's only $2.25 one way, and an all-day pass is not much more. Visit www.metrostlouis.org for more detailed information.
The Neighborhood/Things to Do:
In the heart of downtown, there are plenty of neighborhood bars and restaurants nearby. Mike Shannon's, J.Buck's, and The Dubliner are just a few within walking distance. There are quite a few places even closer that are on the St Louis Riverfront in Laclede's Landing just east of I-70, but some in that area do not come highly recommended, so check our map to see which ones we've included. Laclede's Landing also offers a shuttle to the game, so be sure to check that out if you stop by one of their bars or restaurants.
If you're from out of town, you might also want to take a short cab or car ride to St. Louis' Italian Neighborhood called The Hill. It's about 5 miles west off I-44. Toasted ravioli is a local delicacy and not to be missed - look for the couple of restaurant suggestions on our exterior map. Another interesting area is the historic Soulard neighborhood, just a couple miles south of the stadium. It's one of the oldest sections of the city and is home to a famous farmers market at 730 Carroll Street, as well as home to many bars and restaurants. Check our "Before & After the Game" map for more info on these and other great recommendations.