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“AT&T Park”
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AT&T Park
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$149.00*
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San Francisco City Sights Seaplane Tour
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San Francisco Giants Spectator Cruise in McCovey Cove from Sausalito
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Home of the San Francisco Giants Major League baseball team.
Reviewed March 26, 2013

A park with an awesome view out to the water which is pretty unique. We did the stadium tour which was good, we had an enthusiastic tour guide and got to see lots of parts of the park that we otherwise wouldn't have been able to see.

Thank AEM967
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Reviewed March 25, 2013

I'm a huge Oakland A's fan but I rarely pass up the chance to go to a Giants game and it's not just because they're world series winners. You have to love the festival atmosphere of AT&T Park. You have to walk around the whole park because there's something going on everywhere and you don't want to miss a gourmet food booth. They are definitely unique and go beyond the regular ballpark sausage and garlic frieds, although those are great too! I've had crab sandwiches as well as my first "Cubano" or Cuban sandwich which was delicious. A little pricey but isn't all stadium food? Fabulous views of the Bay from certain spots too. People just seem happier at AT&T Park although I guess being world champions makes that easier.

Thank gypsy716
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Reviewed March 23, 2013

Probably the best and most beatiful MLB baseball stadium in America, you can see the bay and some boats waiting for home run balls to leave the stadium ...

Thank ManilaBoy45
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Reviewed March 22, 2013

Not knowing it was a hard sell-out before deciding to ride over to the game about mid-way through we went down to the park & found no tickets to be had.While tying to "bribe or pay" our way into the game,a ticket taker in a gate explained to us about a section in the outfield entered from Mcovey Cove was a way to enter the game without purchasing a ticket.It is a caged in area beyond the outfield wall that is controlled & monitored by a staff that has to follow fire marshall limits.50 or so people can be in together at once so on a high demand setting as such we had a short wait to enter as folks would leave the pen.But hey we made it in & saw the finish.It was like a playoff atmosphere & was awesome.Giants beat the Padre's & clinched their division & went on to be World Champs.Did not cost the group of 4 a dime.The bay fans loved their Giants.

Thank DougBen
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Reviewed March 21, 2013

We were here to cheer on the SFGiants players playing for the Dominican Republic (won 3:0) and the team from Puerto Rico. What a festival atmosphere even in the rain! Amazing dining options (even better for SFG games ~ love those crab sandwiches). We sat in the bleachers and had a great time (bring a cushion or a self-back stadium chair). Very nice crowds even in the $5 seats (that we paid much more for in advance). Parking is $30 for the closest spots in Parking Lot A. Was surprised that all of us had to be "wanded" by security; sign of the times. Lots of clean bathrooms. Real lemonade sold at a cash-only stand. Hot chocolate (much needed when rain fell) actually was hot and not made with a mix with water. Not to be missed! We use ATT cell service and the ATT Park coverage is overwhelmed; arrive early to get onto IHeartRadio for KNBR680. Saw a family schlep their baby stroller so not sure if the park has storage for this. The jumbotron screen is a thing of wonder: so incredibly clear. FYI, the park is free for SF Opera night of fabulous simulcast and you can sit on the field! Kids can run the bases. There's also a free viewing area on the south side of the park next to McCovy Cove when the games are being played. The churros sold outside the park when the games are out are hot & delicious! Our kids loved playing the tiny ballpark for kids when young. Many seats in nearly every price range offer cover or not depending on your preference.

Thank WeGoMama
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