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Nationals Park

1500 South Capitol Street, Southeast, Washington, DC 20003-3599
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    Jon Boughtin
    5 Oct 30, 2013

    I can't vouch for the success of the home team but a visit to Nationals Park never disappoints. This brand new, state of the art stadium ensures a good time for all, with treats for the little ones and frosty beverages for the adults. The stadium does a great job of keeping the entertainment coming even when play is slow or stopped on the field, so whether you're watching mascots trip over each other or playing trivia games up on the big screen, the kids will be entertained between hits.

    I'm not a huge baseball fan but I've always loved going to the games, and my son is much the same. If you need a break from the tourist stops, tickets at the stadium are fairly priced and a great alternative!

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    Erin K
    4 Oct 21, 2013

    The Nationals aren't the best team, but this is one of the best ballparks in the U.S. when it comes to view and price. You can see the Washington monument and the Potomac from the stands, and there is always space to move to a better seat once you're inside.

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    Bendez A
    5 Sep 13, 2013

    Don't go home without seeing a national baseball game-- the Nationals! It is only 15 minutes from the apartment. It is alot of fun to be there, not just watching the games, there are so many actions in that area,,, lots of cool food trucks. Even there is a playground for young kids too.

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    Hanna S.
    4 Jun 07, 2013

    Great place to catch an MLB game! Amazing selection of food, and many high end indoor bars and lounges. Most seats are a good view of the field and reasonably priced. It is right down the street from the US Capital building, but no bars and restaurants nearby.

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    Taylor Record
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    5 May 09, 2013

    I made my way out to Nationals Park for a Congressional Baseball team... the US Representatives may have played almost as well as the Nationals! The Park itself offers fantastic views of city sights and it's location is well connected to the metro. If you're in town, its an affordable and fun outing. And oh yeah... don't forget the crackerjack

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    Stephanie
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    4 Dec 25, 2012

    Nats Park is a great place to catch a game. With the Nats recent success I see the area around the stadium growing with new business and places to live. The stadium itself is easy to access via Metro (subway). The vendors inside the stadium offer a number of local options such as Ben's Chili Bowl. The outfield is a nice place to grab a bite and still be able to catch the action. Walkways are wide and sections are clearly numbered. Restrooms are well maintained.

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    Daniel Mason-D'Croz
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    3 Sep 24, 2012

    I'm not much of a baseball fan, but the Nationals Park is very nice. It is easy to get to by metro. The fans are very friendly and you can usually find tickets at reasonable prices.

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    hotdot2
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    4 Sep 17, 2012

    We hit this stadium not for a ball game, but a Bruce Springsteen conference. It was a perfect night with 70-degree weather and not a cloud in the sky. The stadium is well organized and has lots of food option. The only downside was the location close to the 'hood. Guests leaving there late at night should use caution!

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    Frederick Schad
    3 Jul 04, 2012

    I am a baseball fan. You can see a game here for $5 but parking will be $25- $40. They want you to take the metro which can get crowded. The stadium is always empty because the team is bad unless it is memorial day, 4th of July, or Armed Forces special. The stadium doesn't have any qualities to distinguish itself except for being the first Leed Certified Stadium.

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    Andrew Chen
    4 Jul 04, 2012

    This is a great ballpark, built in 2008. Games typically don't sell out, so moving down to better spots after the second or third inning is typically pretty easy. Even if the Nationals don't win, you can watch some of the games most promising young stars, even if they're injured/still in the minors...haha

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    Daniel M
    5 Apr 04, 2014

    The home of Nationals. Walking distance from our rental unit

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    4 May 24, 2013
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    Paulette Backus Farmakides
    4 Mar 17, 2013

    So much fun!

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    Tiffany Estes
    4 May 23, 2012
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    Eric Schoep
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    4 May 28, 2013
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    3 Jun 05, 2012
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    3 Oct 06, 2012
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    5 Dec 22, 2012
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    4 Aug 11, 2011
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4.0 out of 5
25 member's reviews
15,230 people visited Nationals Park

Description

Home of the Washington Nationals Major League baseball team, Nation Parks is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified green stadium in the United States. Opened in March 2008 when George Washington University played against Saint Joseph’s University, the stadium seats 41,000 and also has 66 different suites. Since it’s opening, the Stadium has had many great moments ... read more
including a visit from Pope Benedict XVI, where he celebrated Mass on April 17, 2008. Also, Randy Johnson, Adam Dunn and Albert Pujols have broken personal records while playing on the field.

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