Opened in 2015, the Pampers Nursing Suite, one of the first at a MLB stadium, makes it easier to bring even the littlest Cincinnati Reds fans to games. The homelike suite is stocked with comfy rocking chairs, a private bathroom, changing stations, a kitchenette, a refrigerator and lockers for storage. Plus, flat-screen TVs mean mom won’t miss a minute of the game.
Run the Bases Days
Reds Head Kids Club
Baby, You're a Firework
Fans can stick around after friday home games for a post-game fireworks display set to music.
Pre-Game and Post-Game Fun
Come down early to visit the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum, or let the kiddos burn off some steam on the creative playgrounds of Smale Riverfront Park. After the game, hang out at The Banks for a local brew at Moerlein Lager House or late-night tacos at Jefferson Social.
Whether it’s craft or draft, GABP has you covered. Twenty self-serve, pay-by-theounce draft beer stations make it easy to grab a quick Bud. Fancy something craftier? Head to the Reds Brewery District Bar, an 85-foot bar that pours 60 taps of local and craft favorites. Or grab a pint and stay a while at The Bootleggers Bar, a speakeasy-themed hangout with craft and domestic selections.
Available during every Thursday home game, fans can buy a $30 Field Box ticket that includes a $10 food and beverage credit.
OK, you can’t bring your own beer, but you can bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages into the stadium as long as bottles are plastic and everything is sealed.