Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, AT&T Park is one of San Francisco's top sports and entertainment venues. Home to the MLB San Francisco Giants, the Park also hosts an exciting lineup of concerts and various athletic events, including motocross racing, college football games, and MLS and international soccer games. A beautiful sight on the San Francisco skyline, AT&T Park is a stunning baseball stadium with a classic design and breathtaking views of downtown and San Francisco Bay.
Vary per event. Gates open two hours prior to game time.
Vary per event.
2014 Giant Race Half Marathon
Cirque du Soleil - KURIOS
San Francisco Giants Games
What’s the best way to get to AT&T Park and where can I park if I drive?
The best way to get to AT&T Park is by public transit. From the hotel, you can take our free shuttle to the Caltrain station to the last stop on the route, which drops off right next to the park. There’s also a Millbrae BART Station down the street from the hotel to downtown San Francisco. Then either walk or transfer to Muni Metro at Civic Center, Powell, Montgomery or Embarcadero to get to the ballpark. To see the best public transit option, click here. If you drive, the park offers over 4,000 parking spaces on a first come/first serve basis on the day of the event. To see a map of parking lots, click here.
What’s the best food at the ballpark and am I allowed to bring in food and water?
While visitors are not allowed to bring food and beverages into the park, there are many great food stands, carts and bistros located throughout the ballpark. Some of the culinary standouts include Crazy Crab’z melt sandwiches, Gilroy garlic fries, Orlando's Caribbean BBQ’s cha-cha bowl and rock-cod tacos at Mijita.