AT&T Park Tour

A $22.00 value - Included with your Go San Francisco Card!

5/5 1 Reviews
Gate Prices Adult $22.00
Child $12.00

Visit a ballpark in America where home runs can be 'splash hits,' where the breathtaking Bay views rival the action on the field, and where you can watch one of baseball's most hallowed franchises play inside an architectural landmark.

This behind-the-scenes tour of sensational AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, will take you to places only the players and coaches go: the Giants' dugout, the visitors' clubhouse, and even the field.

Getting In

Present your pass at the tour desk located in the Giants Dugout Store on 3rd Street.

Hours

Daily, 10:30 am and 12:30 pm; Tours start at Giants Dugout Store on the 3rd Street side of the park

Closings

No tours on dates of day baseball games or large public events. May be closed major U.S. holidays.

Note

The ballpark tour takes approximately 1-1/2 hours and covers two miles of walking. All stops are subject to change depending upon team schedule and area availability.

Address

24 Willlie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107

Public Transportation

Take the Muni Metro Light Rail N-line or T-line to the 2nd & King Streetstop directly in front of the ballpark.
 

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[8 of 9 customers found this review helpful]

S.F. Giants took me out to the ball game
By Star from Texas on
Pros:
Baseball Feeling Park, Knowledable Staff, AWESOME GUIDE
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations AT&T Park:

Well, my husband and I started traveling about a year ago. We are both teachers and we came up with the crazy idea of visiting all the baseball parks. We have seen many: AZ Diamondbacks, Washington Nationals, Phillies, Oakland A's, Texas Rangers, Colorado Rockies...we just started this spring break of 2009. I have to say that we have been witness to see parks that the moment you walk in there is that baseball feeling inside and on others like Washington...its more of a structure feeling, not really that baseball feeling like I got when we stepped inside the Giants Park. Its amazing!

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