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Family Experience

Baby Change Stations

Baby Change Stations have been installed in all of the washrooms throughout Rogers Centre. For those seeking extra room or privacy, Family washrooms are available near Sections 134, 238 and 539.

Booster Seats

Booster seats for young children are available at all Guest Services locations on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests are asked to leave their driver's license until the seat is returned.

Child Admission Policy

Parents may bring children under the age of two into Rogers Centre for most events without a ticket for the child. These children must sit in the lap of the accompanying adult and not occupy an additional seat. Any guests two years of age or older must have a valid ticket. Children having difficulty seeing from their seat can obtain a booster chair from Guest Services locations, available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Family Washrooms/Nursing Rooms

Family washrooms are available for all guests requiring a little extra room or privacy. These washrooms are located near Sections 134, 238 and 539. Designated Nursing Rooms can also be found at these locations.

If you have any issues gaining access to either of these areas, please ask a staff member for assistance or visit one of our Guest Services locations to report the inconvenience.

Jr. Jays Club

For more information on how to join the Jr. Jays Club and all the benefits our younger fans receive please call the Jr. Jays Club Information Line at 416-341-1715.

See photo gallery from 2012 »

2013 Jr. Jays Club membership information will be available shortly!

Jr. Jays Saturdays

Kids 14 and under get a day all their own at the ballpark with Jr. Jays Saturdays. At every Saturday home game, kids can visit our Jr. Jays Zones located on the concourse, as well as take part in our Outdoor Program that begins outside Gate 10 from May 25 to August 31. Jr. Jays also have the opportunity to be randomly selected by the J FORCE to participate in our pregame Starting Line-Up and Seventh Inning Stretch.

"Misplaced ACE" Program

Upon entrance to the stadium, all parents/guardians are encouraged to visit any one of our Guest Services locations to obtain a Misplaced ACE Wristband. The child's section, row and seat number, along with the parent/guardian's contact number, will be recorded on the wristband by Guest Services staff. All Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre staff are directed to escort lost children wearing a Misplaced ACE Wristband to their seats.

Non-Alcohol Sections

There are designated alcohol-free seating sections on each level of the building for Toronto Blue Jays games: 141L,142R, 237R, 237L, 238R and the first 14 rows of 520L and 521R.

Non-alcohol tickets must be purchased through the Blue Jays Box Office or by calling the Blue Jays at 416-341-1234 or 1-888-OK-GO-JAY.

Run The Bases

On Jr. Jays Saturdays and after other select games, kids 14 and under can come down to the field postgame and run the bases like the pros! Jr. Jays are invited to line up following the game at Sections 108, 208 and 508. Each Jr. Jay must be accompanied by an adult and will be able to run the bases once. Adults must accompany their kids, yet unfortunately are unable to run the bases themselves.


The Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre welcome guests with baby strollers, but kindly ask that all strollers be checked at a Guest Services location and not stored at the guest's seat or at the top of the aisle. Our 500-Level guests who visit the ballpark on the weekend are welcome to stop by our Jr. Jays Stroller Valet, where an Ambassador will gladly check your stroller and provide you with a claim ticket to exchange once you and your family are ready to leave.