Coca-Cola Field, the jewel of Buffalo, New York, is located right in the heart of the Queen City. At One James D. Griffin Plaza, the ballpark can be easily be seen from the I-190 expressway and is just seconds away from the Elm St. exit (6).
There are also plenty of public parking options right around the Coca-Cola Field.
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Coming From the North
Fans coming from North of the city should take the I-190 South to Exit 6 (Elm St.). From there, you'll be able to see Coca-Cola Field on your left. The first traffic light after the exit is Swan St. A left onto Swan will take you right along the 3rd base side of the stadium.
Coming From the South
Fans coming from South of the city should take the I-190 North to Exit 6 (Elm St.). From there, you'll be able to see Coca-Cola Field on your left. The first traffic light after the exit is Swan St. A left onto Swan will take you right along the 3rd base side of the stadium. If you are traveling North on Route 5 (The Skyway), you can either merge onto the I-190 South and quickly get off at Exit 6 (Elm St.) or follow the Seneca St. Exit into Downtown Buffalo. Once off the ramp, you can drive straight on Seneca St. and it will take your right into Washington St., which runs along the 1st base side of the stadium.
Coming From the East
There are plenty of options for fans coming from the East. Fans using the Kensington Expressway (Rte. 33), should yield left as the expressway ends. That road turns into Oak St., and will continue on to Swan St. At the Swan St. traffic light, a right turn will take you along the 3rd base side of the stadium. Fans taking either William St. or Broadway can take those roads straight to Washington St. in the heart of Buffalo, New York. A left onto Washington St. will take you right to Coca-Cola Field.
Take the NFTA Metro Rail
Another great option for Bisons fans is the Metro Rail. There's a stop right at Seneca St., which is just a block away from Coca-Cola Field. And remember, above ground services on the Metro Rail are FREE!
The Metro Rail runs until midnight, except for Sundays and Holidays (6:10 p.m.). Don't worry about a Bisons game ending late. For extra-inning games surpassing the NFTA deadline, Metro Rail service will run one-half hour after the game.
In From Out-of-Town?
If you are coming to Buffalo from out of town and need a place to stay, the Comfort Suites Downtown is less than a mile away from Coca-Cola Field. An official Hotel Partner of the Buffalo Bisons, Comfort Suites provides an excellent option for out-of-town fans to rest before or after taking in a Bisons game at Coca-Cola Field. (click on logo for official website).