The coolest thing Mark Twain never said was, “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” Bring a sweater if you plan on attending a night game at this beautiful ballpark on the Bay. It’s conveniently located in downtown San Francisco and honors the Giants history both in the East Bay and New York. Make sure to make pregame visits to the Willie Mays, Orlando Cepeda and Juan Marichal statues before taking a walk to McCovey cove. Once inside I recommend heading up to the aptly named View level to enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge and East Bay.
Ballpark Nerd Rank: 7
Opened: 2000 Capacity: 41,915
- View Box sections 302-324
- View Reserve Infield sections 308-324
- The View Level offers fans the best views of the East Bay.
Getting to the Park
Ballpark Nerd recommends taking one of the Bay Area’s many public transit options to AT&T Park. That’s if you are not staying within walking distance. The Tideline Water Taxi is an option for fans looking a unique mode of transportation. [Read more…]