The Nationals Park Stadium in DC was very nice. The big scoreboard in right will remind baseball fans of the large scoreboard seen in Citizens Bank Ballpark up in Philadelphia. The left field stands were like those found in the Jake now known as Progressive field in Cleveland. There were many great views throughout the ball park and seats are reasonably priced.
Hot dogs are very good and there is a nice souvenir or team shop in the back of the center field area near the wall listing all the Hall of Famers in the pro sports history of Washington, DC. Also a nice statue of the baseball great Josh Gibson as well.
The only complaints were there were no gas stations near the stadium that we could find and it was frustrating finding parking, if you make a wrong turn, you could end up going across the Anacostia river bridge and having to turn around, kind of frusrating when all you want to do is see a ball game.
Still, I would recommend visiting here, esp if you have kids and they have a race around the back warning track of large headed presidents, thinks Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and T Roosevelt, kind of like the races you would see of the sausage characters at Miller Park in Milwaukee.
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