Located in the heart of the downtown business district, Busch Stadium features classic arched openings similar the nearby Cupples Station warehouses, west of the site. The stadium features a creative use of old and new materials, from red brick and concrete to exposed steel and glass.
The majority of spectators have dramatic views of the Gateway Arch and the downtown St. Louis skyline. The ballpark has expanded bleacher sections, state-of-the-art lighting system, a state-of-the-art video board and entertainment system. Baseball fans can enjoy a variety of family activities from browsing in the gift shop to video games and picnics.
The facility has increased access for fans with disabilities, new escalators and more elevators. Disabled drop-off locations are: Gate 2, at Poplar and Eighth Streets; Gate 4 (Plaza of Champions), at Clark and Eighth Streets; and, Gate 6 on Broadway.
A main-level concourse circles the entire ballpark, providing a 360 degree view of the playing field. Home plate is located in the southwest corner of the site. The stadium features lowered seating and scoreboard heights in center field.
Ballpark Village, across the street from the stadium, features a variety of restaurants. Visitors can also view St. Louis baseball memorabilia from its beginnings in 1892 to present in the Cardinals Hall of Fame. Some of the great players include Dizzy Dean, Rogers Hornsby, Stan Musial, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock, Bob Gibson and Red Schoendienst.
Busch Stadium is located at 700 Clark Street St. Louis, MO 63102. For more information, call 314-345-9000. (Busch Stadium and the Ball of Fame are closed until further notice.)
Bronze bust of Hall of Fame Broadcaster, Mr. Jack Buck, who thrilled Cardinals baseball fans with his famous "That's a Winner!", is located across from Cardinals Nation.
Great players in the Cardinal Hall of Fame include: Dizzy Dean, Rogers Hornsby, Stan Musial, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock, Bob Gibson and Red Schoendienst.