In the heart of the bustling Embarcadero with an up-close view of the bay, AT&T Park is the home of the San Francisco Giants and their fans. The first privately funded baseball park in Major League Baseball since 1962, AT&T Park is also the most easily accessible in the nation by public transportation, and reflects the essence of San Francisco.
Since the ballpark's grand opening in 2000, it has grown into a popular attraction. Pose for photos with the nine-foot tall statue of Willie Mays, one of America's greatest players, which stands at the park's gates. Feast on specialties such as Doggie Diner Sheboygan bratwurst, Gilroy garlic fries, and Crazy Crab Wharf crab cocktails. Children and adults who are young at heart can run free at the Coca-Cola Fan Lot. Can you resist the chance to slide into home plate from an 80-foot tall Coca-Cola bottle that contains four slides within itself? The specially-designed area also features the world's largest baseball glove, weighing in at 20,000 pounds! In addition to the thrilling sight of the Giants playing for another win on the field, AT&T Park has crafted the game-viewing experience into something entirely unique in the history of baseball.
- Vary by season, see website
- Vary by seating, see website
- Metro Stop:
- Muni trains N and T
- Muni bus lines 10, 30, 45, and 47
- Location: 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA
- Phone: 415-972-1800
- Website: sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com