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AT&T Park

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Location: 
24 Willie Mays Plaza
San FranciscoCA 94107
Organization Description: 

Welcome to the home of the San Francisco Giants! Fans of all ages come here to root for their favorite team, play in the park, throw a few fast pitches themselves, and soak up the wonderful views of the City and the Bay.COCA-COLA FAN LOTLocated on the Promenade Level, above the left-field bleachers, Coca-Cola Fan Lot is an interactive play area for children and adults. Fans of all ages can enjoy a slide into home plate from one of the four slides inside the 80-foot wooden Coca-Cola contour bottle; stroll up to the world's largest baseball glove, a vintage three-finger classic; get an autograph rubbing from some of their favorite all-time Giants; and kids can run the bases inside "Little Giants Park." On game days, visit the Giants InstaFoto booth to take home a special moment of your ballpark experience. The Fan Lot offers guests not only a great view of the game, but also views of the city's skyline, Bay Bridge, and San Francisco Bay.The lot is open on non-game days from 10am–4pm. From September through May, it's open Sat–Sun and daily in June–August.OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMSOn Sunday home games, kids 14 and under can get autographs from players right at the bullpen boxes in sections 104/105 and 126/127. They must have special tickets to get autographs that ushers distribute right as the gates open for those sections.They have a terrific program called “Kids Run the Bases” held on Sunday home games. Kids and chaperones line up at the portwalk outside the ballpark by first base. Fifteen minutes after the last out, they get to come into the field and run from first base to home plate. Find out the latest Giants kid information on their website.There are baby-changing tables available in all public restrooms. There are also 8 family restrooms. For more details check out the A to Z guide on the website for complete information about AT&T Park.AT&T Park also hosts a number of other events when the Giants aren't in town. Everything from concerts to Opera at the Ballpark, which is FREE and open to the public.CHW Health Center is located on the Portwalk, near the Lefty O'Doul Bridge, and is open to the public from 8:30am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday and during evening and weekend home games.Celebrations:Celebrate your next birthday with the Giants in the Fan Lot. Birthday party packages are available on weekends, April through October, when the team is on the road. Packages include food, birthday cake, party favors, and a special gift for the celebrant. Call (415) 972-1852 for details and reservations.Gear:The Giants Dugout store located on the 3rd Street side of the ballpark is the best place to get Giants jerseys, caps, jackets, and autographed memorabilia. Be sure to check out the sale racks in the back of the store for great deals.

Neighborhood: 
Potrero Hill
China Basin
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Phone Number: 
(415) 972-2000
Organization and Program Categories: 
Sports & Fitness
City Sights & Tours
Entertainment
Family Party Needs
Languages Spoken: 
English
Accessibility Note: 
Yes
Getting There: 
The baseball stadium is located at the southern end of the Embarcadero. Metered parking is easily available during the day but beware of parking anywhere around the area during games and concerts.Muni: N Judah, T Third, 10, 30, 45, 47, 76 BART: Embarcadero station Caltrain station: Located one block from AT&T Park Ferry Service: From Larkspur and Oakland/Alameda and fans can also take ferries from Vallejo, Tiburon, and Sausalito to the San Francisco Ferry Building from which they can walk to AT&T Park or transfer to MUNI at Embarcadero Station.