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- 98%Family Travelers
- 84%Local Culture
- 69%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 59%History Buffs
- 57%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (187)
- AT&T ParkAmbassadorMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 13Jan 04, 2014
I love this stadium! Gorgeous views of the bay, wonderful food and fans! The hand tossed caramel popcorn on the club level is to die for! Go giants!
p.s. Club level is the way to go! The view was great, there were shorter concession lines and fancier food options! My only complaint (minor) with the seats would be the lack of cheering in section 207. Perhaps an off-day (Giants were down 1-0 through the 8th), but seemed a little quiet.
Overall, club was a wonderful experience. Walking around was great, there were different memorabilia displays, large Snoopy figures (and others) for the kids to take pictures with and not crowded at all.
While there were many interesting options for food (including an anti pasta bar, and gelato!!..tough choice), I went with hand-tossed caramel popcorn. Hands-down the BEST ballpark food I've ever purchased! For $6.50 it fed two people WELL, we had leftovers, and then got to share them with others later. Every bite was as good as the first, worth every penny!
If you can sit club, I would certainly recommend it!
- AT&T ParkMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5Jul 25, 2013
Home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team, this is one of the greatest ball parks in all of baseball. Located ideally next to the bay, any seat is a good one, although you pay anywhere from a high price to an outrageous price.
- AT&T ParkMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesAdventure TravelersSep 13, 2013
Home of the 2010/2012 World Series Champions, San Francisco Giants!
This ball park has great food, history and even activities for the kids. A great place to bring the family on a nice sunny day to enjoy the American past time! My fave place to stop by? The seafood stand behind the scoreboard for some awesome fried calamari or a tradition chowder bread bowl !
- AT&T ParkMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Oct 05, 2013
AT&T is consider by most as the most beautiful ball park in the major leagues. Built in the 1990's using only private funding (public funding was voted down several times) it seats about 42,000 for baseball only. The Giants ownership partners built a stadium with the charm of older stadiums of bygone eras, with all the convenience modern spectators expect and deserve.
There is really no bad seat in the house, and the great ones, like the luxury boxes with your own entry, elevator and private butler, are fantastic.
It also has prehaps the most diverse choices in food options. Add a small kiddie mini-ball park under the huge Glove and Coke Bottle, and a beautiful water view of the San Francisco Bay and McCovey Cove, with 24 palm trees in front next to the stature of Willie Mays, the "Say Hey Kid" (#24), and you have really one of the finest sporting facilities in the entire nation.
- AT&T ParkMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 5Aug 10, 2013
I love this ballpark! I think you can sit just about anywhere and have a great ballgame experience. And...the food. Krispy Kreme donuts and garlic fries! You will not be hungry...
- AT&T ParkMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Jul 22, 2013
Baseball, always a fun family outing, is even more fun in SF. AT&T Park is a beautiful venue on the water’s edge — where you can see “Splash Hits” sail over the right field wall on a regular basis (made famous by Barry Bonds) while enjoying your hot dog and garlic fries, or whatever else you crave. For the ideal experience, take the kids to a Sunday 1pm game, and occasionally children are allowed to run the bases after the game. It’s a memorable experience!
- AT&T ParkCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Sep 30, 2013
I sang the National Anthem here once, shortly after 9/11, and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. The park is gorgeous, both from the field up and from the top down. As a concert venue, it's as functional as any stadium, albeit cleaner and with slightly fancier food options. The surrounding area is quite beautiful as well, offering great views of the San Francisco Bay.
- AT&T ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 30, 2013
I love the Giants and have been going to the games at AT&T Park since they opened in 2000. We San Franciscans are so lucky to have such a beautiful ballpark in our city. Every section in the stadium is great - the views are gorgeous and during the summertime you'll get a nice tan in 2.5 hours. The food in the Club Level is the best, but you can never go wrong with a Sheboygan. Don't waste your money on parking in their lots. Tons of free metered parking after 6pm during the week, and try Townsend & neighboring streets for free street parking during the weekends. Great concert venue too.
- AT&T ParkOct 20, 2013
There is not a single bad seat in the house at AT&T Park. I have always sat up in the nosebleed sections and had a wonderful view of the field, the bay, and the fans all around the park. Since winning the World Series, tickets have gone WAY up, but it's still definitely worth it if you're a baseball fan. Before the game, stop by 21st Amendment to get a beer and some onion rings.