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AT&T Park, San Francisco

To see how a major baseball stadium functions behind the scenes, take a tour of AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. This ballpark is renowned for its views of the San Francisco Bay, best appreciated from the highest seats. Located downtown, the stadium is easily accessible from almost anywhere in the city by public bus or train. Game tickets may be difficult to come by late in the season, but you can always explore the dugout, clubhouse, press box, and the batting cage on a private tour. For a free look at a few innings, stand under the archways stretching along the stadium's waterfront promenade. AT&T Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, San Francisco Edition.
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  • AT & T Park is home to the San Francisco Giants baseball team. It is in San Francisco (the city part, not a suburb). The stadium is new looking and clean, and a great place to see a game. Parking is i...  more »
  • We walked down to AT&T Park to see if we could get into a tour today and it was very simple. Tickets can be booked upstairs in the dugout shop. We had Connie run our tour and she was fabulous, one of ...  more »
  • Kudos to AT&T Park for letting people bring in their own drinks and food. Loved the greeters who talked to you while you were waiting to go through the metal detectors (hello USA 2018). Great hospital...  more »
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  • AT&T Park is one of the most unique and beautiful ball parks in the country. While the walkways can get crowded, the concession stands and bathrooms don't typically have long lines. The food choices are better than most other stadiums, as they really try and focus on local and organic food options. Prices for food and beer are of course on the high side, but that's standard for all stadiums across the country. The benefit is you are able to bring in your own food and non-alcoholic drinks, which is a huge plus! They also have a dedicated kids zone at the back of the park which is perfect for entertaining little ones during long games. If you're a fan of baseball, you definitely need to experience this park!
  • Can't really complain about the AT&T park. Good thing this time around was that parking was paid for and we got good parking at lot A .. Son had a baseball clinic sponsored by Chevy. In comparison to last year's baseball clinic at the Coliseum, I thought it was much better for the spectators and the kids. More baseball players for the kids and they fed EVERYONE. This particular clinic was held in the am, and the Giants had a game later that afternoon. Workers were busy cleaning the seats with power washers so the spectators had to move from spot to spot, then were told to stay towards home plate. The clinic was okay .. to me was not really a clinic (again in comparison to the Athletics clinic the year before). I didn't feel like the kids really got any information regarding hitting, catching, pitching. My son did have fun though.
  • This is a beautiful park with an amazing view. If you take your kids they can slide down the Coke bottle in the outfield and play in a mini baseball diamond. The main store is very hard to get to from inside the park and we only found it by fluke going down a ramp. The game we went to did have as many Cubs fans as Giants fans so the fan feel wasn't as united as I've experienced at other parks. Is one of the most picturesque parks I've been to though and definitely worth checking off your list if your a ball fan.
  • AT&T Park is classic. It's not even 20 years old, but it holds up well and the brick facades give it a classic and timeless look, especially in San Francisco where very few buildings use brick for earthquake reasons. (To be clear, the stadium is not using brick structurally. Brick is cosmetic and looks very nice.) The stadium holds up well and has amenities like WiFi and plenty of kid-friendly areas. The food is generally good for a stadium and I'm a fan of the garlic fries. If you can catch a Giants game or come for a concert or a corporate event, it's a nice stadium. Definitely take the time to walk all the way around the concourse.
  • Beautiful park with friendly folks in a beautiful setting. But while all ballparks have crowds we spent every moment herded like cattle through too narrow passageways. The vending was insufficient for the multitudes causing us to easily miss 3 innings while standing on lines. We are 6 ballparks away from seeing them all in the past two years. AT&T was highly anticipated but fell way short. Much older parks provide a FAR better fan experience.

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