The San Francisco Giants Stadium - AT&T Park

San Francisco Giants Stadium
AT&T Park in Downtown San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Giants Stadium
AT&T Park in Downtown San Francisco, CA

Directions To The San Francisco Giants Stadium

In the city of San Francisco

Muni Metro Streetcar service to the San Francisco Giants stadium, AT&T Park, is available on the T-Third and other Muni Metro streetcar lines on game days. Fans can transfer from any Metro line to streetcars serving the ballpark at Embarcadero Station - look for trains headed to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale and get off at the Second Street/Ballpark Station. Muni buses 10, 30, 45 and 47 also stop within one block of the ballpark.

Muni Metro Streetcar
Muni Metro Streetcar

Muni Metro Streetcar Stop Located at The San Francisco Giants Stadium - AT&T Park

From San Mateo and Santa Clara (South Bay and the Peninsula)
Catch the Caltrain from train stations located in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. They go directly to the ballpark. The Fourth and King Street Station is one block from the ballpark. Or take BART from Millbrae, SFO, South San Francisco, San Bruno, Colma or Daly City to downtown San Francisco. Then walk or transfer to Muni Metro to the ballpark (transfer from BART to MUNI Metro at Civic Center, Powell, Montgomery or Embarcadero).

From Contra Costa and Alameda (East Bay)
Take BART to Embarcadero or Montgomery Stations and walk or transfer to Muni Metro. The Alameda/Oakland Ferry provides direct service to the ballpark for most games and service to the Ferry Building at other times. AC Transit also provides bus service from many East Bay cities to the Temporary Transbay Terminal, a short walk to the ballpark. 

From Marin and Sonoma (North Bay)
Take Golden Gate Transit's Larkspur Ferry to the ballpark - direct service is available for all games.

From Napa and Solano
For all Saturday and Sunday games, take the dedicated Vallejo Ferry directly to and from the ballpark. Return service from the ballpark is also provided for select weeknight games Monday-Friday. On weekday games, take a regularly scheduled Vallejo ferry to the Ferry Building and walk or take Muni Metro to the ballpark.

Boating to the game
Limited boating facilities are available near the San Francisco Giants stadium. South Beach Harbor offers boat slips by advance reservation. Call (415) 495-4911 to find out more. Boat are not permitted to dock along the Port walk adjacent to the ballpark or at the China Basin Ferry Terminal.

Bicycle to the game
Secure bike parking is available on the Portwalk between the view┬Čing portals and the Dignity Health Center. It is run by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. It opens two hours before the scheduled first pitch stays open until 30 minutes after the game's final pitch. There is no charge for this service, but a donation can be made. All proceeds benefit the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.

AT&T Park Tailgating
AT&T Park Tailgating

Tailgating across the street from the San Francisco Giants stadium - AT&T Park

The cost of parking in the lots for AT&T Park is $35. Many fans park here because it's very accessible to the stadium, while many other fans arrive by train.

Outside The Ballpark

Willie Mays Plaza
Willie Mays Plaza
Willie Mays Plaza
Willie Mays Plaza
AT&T Park Marina Area Portwalk beyond the outfield wall / Marina-Seal Entrance / Restaurant Seating With Right Field View
AT&T Park Marina Area Portwalk beyond the outfield wall / Marina-Seal Entrance / Restaurant Seating With Right Field View

The Marina entrance has a statue on display of a seal balancing a baseball. This is to honor the first baseball team in San Franciso, the Seals! This is also the entrance to the China Basin Ferry Terminal and at one end of the Portwalk.

The Portwalk is located beyond the outfield and is another feature to the stadium's uniqueness that you cannot find at any other major league ballpark.

You can get panoramic views of the entire bay area here, you can also get views of the game free of charge. There are small areas you can look into the stadium from, so if it's a popular game and there are a lot of people there you probably won't get a good view, but the officials will allow you to be there for three innings or more. 

San Francisco Giants Stadium -Food

Gilroy Garlic Fries

Gilroy Garlic Fries

The Gilroy Garlic Fries are well-known and very popular in San Francisco. They're different than most other garlic fries you've probably experienced. My wife said they taste sweet and taste more like a dessert. Gilroy is a town just south of San Francisco where you can find many garlic stores. These were so good that we had to stop at one of the stores to see if we could re-create them at home. We'd recommend them. It's a new experience in eating tasty "dessert" fries.

This concession is found on the Promenade Level in section 103, 118, 130, the View Level in section 311, 323, 331 and
Field Level Lower Center Field.

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Say Hey Sausage Specialties

Say Hey Sausage Specialties

The Say Hey Sausage Specialties concession is named after the "Say Hey Kid", Willie Mays, one of the most beloved Giants player in their history. It's a nice concession that adds to the uniqueness of visiting the San Francisco Giants stadium.

Some of the favorites here include Italian, bratwurst, hot link, lemon chicken and kosher hot dogs.

This concession is found on the Promenade Level in section 127, View Level in section 319 and the Field Level Lower Center Field.

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Derby Grill

Derby Grill

The Derby Grill is found at many locations around the ballpark.  Some of the favorites here are the world-famous Sheboygan Bratwurst, the Giants Dog and the Home Run Dog.

This concession is found on the Promenade Level in section 105, 136, Upper Center Field View Level in section 309, 319, 330 and the Lower Level Lower Center Field

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AT&T Park Concessions
AT&T Park Concessions

Concessions

The Doggie Diner and Doggie Diner Grill Carts are very popular and found throughout the stadium on all levels. Other concessions inside the ballpark include John MCGraw Derby Grill with grilled burgers including beef, turkey and garden burgers. The California Cookout includes grilled chicken and kielbasa sausage. Portwalk Pizza has handmade cheese or pepperoni pizza. King Street Carvery has carved turkey, beef brisket and pulled pork sandwiches. Orlando's for tropical drinks and Caribbean Cha-cha bowls. 

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Giants Vintage Wine Bar

Giants Vintage Wine Bar
Giants Vintage Wine Bar

It just makes sense that you're going to find a wine bar at the San Francisco Giants stadium since it's located within a couple of hours or world famous wineries in Napa and Sonoma Counties to the north and Monterey county to the south. The price for a glass of wine wasn't anymore expense than what you would expect to pay at a fine restaurant in the area. The is another experience at AT&T Park that makes going to the stadium unique.

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Around The San Francisco Giants Stadium - AT&T Park

AT&T Park Bleacher Seats
AT&T Park Bleacher Seats

When you get tickets in the outfield at the San Francisco Giants stadium, expect to get seats on benches. They're not my favorite seats to have for a game, but if it's a popular game against one of the Giants big rivals, like the Los Angeles Dodgers, I'd be more than willing to sit there. Plus, many times some of the most fun in the ballpark happens in the bleachers.

Mini San Francisco Giants Stadium
San Francisco Giants Stadium and T-Ball field for the kids
Mini San Francisco Giants Stadium
San Francisco Giants Stadium and T-Ball field for the kids

Located in left field are activities your kids will probably love to take part in. There is a mini-stadium that is a T-ball field, made to look like the larger San Francisco Giants stadium field. Next to the T-ball field is Coke bottle that is actually a slide that the kids can play on. Be sure to plan to arrive early because these are pretty popular events. The fan photo counter is located under the Coke bottle slide as well where you can purchase photos of yourself and of the kids.

Coke Bottle Slide

Left Field Coke BottleCoke Bottle Slide behind the left field stands
Left Field Coke BottleCoke Bottle Slide behind the left field stands

The Coke Bottle in left field is actually a large slide that kids can have fun using. Located next to the slide is the fan photo area where parents can purchase pictures of the kids.

Located next to the Coke bottle slide is the T-ball field for kids that gives you the feeling that you're playing on the real field.

The San Franciso Giants stadium is very fan friendly and geared toward bringing the kids and family events. In my opinion this is one of the nicer ballparks in the country. It's much like Citi Field in New York with many activiities for the kids.

San Franscisco Giants History

San Francisco Giants HistorySan Francisco Giants history is on display around the stadium
San Francisco Giants HistorySan Francisco Giants history is on display around the stadium

All around the stadium are reminders of the San Franscisco Giants history with the successes and championships of previous seasons.

MCCOVEY POINT at China Basin Point is a walk through San Francisco Giants history. Markers dedicated to each of the Giants teams from 1958 when the Giants moved to San Francisco from New York until 1999, when they last played at Candlestick Park.

Each marker has all of the details about the team's record, attendance, line-ups and batting and pitching leaders, and a full team roster. A statue of Willie McCovey is also on display..

Stadium Tours

Buster Posey
NL MVP - Buster Posey

The stadium offers tours at 10:30am and 12:30pm every day that there isn't a game being played. The cost is $20/adult and $10/kids 12 and under or  $15 for senior citizens 55 years old and older. 

The tour lasts approximately and hour and a half and includes a stop at one of the luxury suites, the Virgin American Club Level, the visitors clubhouse and dugout as well as the batting cages. 

Tailgating

Tailgating is permitted in lots A & D and in the bus lot. It's also permitted outside of Pier 49. They only allow charcoal grills to be used and security officers do walk the ground to make sure no one breaks the rules. They also require that the tailgating is confined to within the area of where your car is parked. If you park your car taking up too much space one of the security officers will ask you to move your car so that more cars can park in the area.

Party spaces are allowed in lots A & D, but you need to contact the Giants office ahead of time. The number to call is (415) 972-2298.

Scoreboard Messages

You are allowed to purchase messages that will be displayed on the scoreboard during the game. The price varies by the day of the week you want the message displayed. If the Giants are playing one of their big rivals or the game is on a weekend you'll pay a premium for those games. 

Monday - Thursday games cost $145. Friday - Sunday or when the Giants are playing the A's, Dodgers, Red Sox  or on Opening Day costs $175. Part of that money will go to the Giants Community Fund. 

To setup a time call (415) 972-2349, or email scoreboards@sfgiants.com.

World Series Trophies

The 2010 and 2012 World Series Championship Trophies are located on the Virgin America Club Level of San Francisco Giants stadium in the display cases behind home plate.

San Francisco Giants Stadium - Fans

Team BrideTeam Bride
Super FanSan Francisco Giants Super Fan
Super FanSan Francisco Giants Super Fan

Who says that baseball is not a sport that girls will enjoy? This is Team Bride, the bride and her bridesmaids enjoying the ballpark and having a few drinks.

Below, the San Francisco Giants Super Fan works his way around the ballpark getting one section to yell GO! and another section to yell GIANTS! He also gets the entire park to do the wave. 


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