Our family loves spending the day here watching our favorite baseball team, the Giants! Every seat seems to be a good one, and the food is yummy! We love that it has a family friendly atmosphere, no haters here!
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- Home of the San Francisco Giants Major League baseball team.
The best professional sports park in the Bay Area - as the park is right in the city you get a true SF experience for a SF team. I've been to a dozen or so games and have yet to find a bad seat in the house - on a good day I find it hard to believe there is a better park in the league.
Posted: 10/10/2011Provided by Citysearch -
AT&T Park has hosted a vast array of events, concert tours, television sporting events and more. TEPW Tribal Existance Productions Worldwide has worked for ESPN Television networks with high power laser light shows choreographed for high profile sporting events and concert tours such as Green Day. The friendly staff are easy to work with and the venue facility has very convenient set ups for production companies and vendors that are not in house. It has been a pleasure to be apart of the amazing atmosphere at AT&T Park San Francisco CA USA
Posted: 3/24/2011Provided by Citysearch -
How can you not like going to AT&T Park? It's so easy to get to via streetcar or car (if you want to pay for parking). There is no bad seat at AT&T Park, which is a testament to how well the park was designed. The fans are great, the club just won the World Series, and the park is located in the city! Even if you don't like baseball, take your kids or companion out here and you'll have fun.
Posted: 9/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have never attended a ball games since a rather disastrous father/son event in St Louis when I was in cub scouts when Kennedy was president but I did attend the SF Opera's annual Opera in the Park event held here. At night depending on the time of year and prevailing winds it can be a bit chilly for people from outside SF. But there are no bad seats anywhere in this place, there is easy access to the ""facilities"" not to mention ingress and egress. The food selections are excellent as well albeit as pricey as they are in any ball park.
Posted: 9/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
AT&T Park is a great baseball park,and it features all the things every ball park should have. The location is beautiful with a view of the San Francisco Bay. This is the perfect place to escape that Native Norwegian friend,guest or neighbor who knows nothing about baseball!
Posted: 7/7/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to 20 or 30 games over the last two years at AT&T Park and I can say i've only been to 1 A's game in Oakland and one in spring ball. The Spring ball stadium is nicer than the one in Oakland. I've been to a few other Parks but have yet to get the total package like ya do with AT&T. I've sat in just about every section in the Park and if you go for that view behind home plate in the nose bleeds, take sunscreen, and don't drink. It can be a very steep stumble down after 3 or 4 trips to the stands. if it's a night game and you have thin skin, get seats up near the left field foul pole. you can duck inside and watch the game through the glass and be 20 feet from a bar overlooking the kids playing home run derby and the game. Stay away from the trolley in right center. I want to jab my drink straw in the next dink that rings the bell for a half inning non stop. It's a ball park folks, it's gonna be expensive. If you're low on cash, stay somewhere within 12 blocks of the stadium, walk, eat before you go to the game, don't drink or do. That'll be the cash you waste. Center field behind the scoreboard is tons of food and things for the kids. Enjoy the 3-5 hours you spend at the park. Win or lose, you'll have a good time.
If you're large, sorry, do you use the extended strap when you fly on airplanes? Thats not a me problem, thats a YOU problem. say no to the 3 big macs and snackin all day playin video games and watchin soaps. If you are Fat cause of thyroid or binge eating, i think thats a handicap. get those seats or just watch through the fence in right field for 3 innings, catch your cab, and go back to the hotel with the loaded fridge. Since we're ringing in with sizes, i'm 5'11'' and 230 and i fit fine in every seat.
Posted: 10/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
OK so we all go to the games but have you ever seen what the park looks like behind the scenes. Take the $10 tour and see the press box, inside batting cages, the visitors dugout and more. It's really cool and only takes a couple of hours. You can buy tickets online or buy them at the park. I had family in from the east coast and they loved it. Check it out!
Posted: 3/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Pac Bell aka AT&T Park is one of the most awesome ballparks on the face of the planet.
I follow the A's and the Giants and I like both teams but sorry A's fan about your post. The Coliseum is dreadfully outdated and if you think the Giants ballpark is in a bad neighborhood I have feared for my life being in the area around the A's park; it's total g-etto. The A's do deserve better.
But this is suppose to be about Pac Bell (I hate the ""new"" AT&T). This is the greatest of the new modern era ballparks with nearly no bad seats in the house. Awesome food, spectacular scenery of the Bay, an incredible array of delicious food, just about any kind of beer or drink on earth is available; by far way vast improvement over the 'Stick. I hear they have a new hi def scoreboard this season and last season they replaced all the tube tv's with flat panels so when you go to get those garlic fries which are to die for, you can watch the plays while standing in line.
I've been to Wrigley and it is a monument to it's era but when it comes to enjoying the old ballgame in a modern era the Giants ballpark is the place to be 1000% hands down. Just be sure to bring a lot of $$$ to enjoy the food and beer with; it isn't cheap. But it's totally worth it.
Posted: 3/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
LOL @ the A's fan, of course u didn't have problems with the seats in Oakland, you have an entire row to yourself, as do the rest of the 8,000 A's fans that show up for a game. If I'm not mistaken, didn't they shut off the 3rd level now too, so that it doesn't look like a mausoleum instead of a coliseum? In any case, I've been to Pac Bell, Comerica, Skydome, McAfee, and well, I live in Chicago so of course Wrigley and Comiskey too, and Pac Bell is definitely a close 2nd behind Wrigley, just ahead of Comiskey.