Hey baseball fans, if you’re in town for a few days, or if you live in San Francisco - taking in a Giants game is a great way to spend a day or evening. With a world-class ballpark, delicious food, and one of the most exciting teams in baseball, there’s no reason not to go!
Here is everything you need to know about going to a San Francisco Giants Game
Purchase your tickets directly on the Giants website or visit Stubhub for additional ticket options.
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Oracle Park Ball Park (formerly AT&T Park)
Oracle Park is a great place to watch a San Francisco Giants game. It has breathtaking views over over the San Francisco Bay, with a segment of which is named McCovey Cove in honor of former Giants player Willie McCovey. Oracle Park has served as the home of the San Francisco Giants, the city's Major League Baseball(MLB) franchise since 2000.
Getting to Oracle Park
The central location of Oracle Park makes it easy to reach from the rest of San Francisco. There is ample parking if you drive your own vehicle, along with a secure area for bicycles. You can also take a ride share or a city taxi. Public transit options include Muni Metro streetcar routes to the Ballpark Station. The Caltrain station is one block from the ballpark, offering access from the peninsula. A transportation guide is available on the Oracle Park website.
Lucky Strike San Francisco.
This unique entertainment venue combines chef-driven food specialties, live music, bowling and nightlife. It's a perfect spot to follow up your day at Oracle Park.
See the city from a whole new angle on a guided kayak tour with City Kayak. Tours depart from Pier 40, about a quarter mile from Oracle Park, and let you paddle into McCovey Cove and under the Bay Bridge. Twilight departures are timed so you can enjoy moonlight on the water and watch the city light up.
Yerba Buena Gardens
Find sanctuary from the baseball crowds in this green urban oasis. Waterfalls, fountains and flowering trees offer places to relax, while the nearby museums, carousel, ice rink and bowling alley keep you entertained.
Just a quick Muni trip down Third Street from Oracle Park, you'll find the eclectic Dogpatch neighborhood. This historic area has undergone a recent renaissance, and it now features one-of-a-kind galleries, shops and restaurants.
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