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Our ballpark is on its way to being to San Francisco what Wrigley Field is to Chicago. The signature of the city is water and hills, so it’s fitting the park sits right on the bay and has beautiful views of both. The city is also a culinary capital and our food lives up to that—the crazy crab sandwich is real crab on a toasted sourdough roll. We’ve made the park kid-friendly with the Fanlot, just beyond the outfield. There’s a little field where young kids can hit wiffle balls and pretend they’re Barry Bonds. That’s next to a big Coca-Cola bottle with four big slides in it. Also, after Sunday games, kids 14 and under can run the bases.
Tips från lokalbefolkningen
San Francisco Giants. Take a ferry right to the gates of the Giant's park during the season. It is a treat all the way around.
Catch a Giants game if you can! The stadium has one of the best views and is only a 4 minute walk away with multiple bars on the way!
If you've never experienced a baseball game this is the place to do it. Since the SF Giants aren't doing so well lately you can get last minute tickets that won't cost an arm and a leg. If in the bleacher seats in the day bring sun block. Great views of the Bay and some good food to be had.
Now known as Oracle Park and home to the San Francisco Giants. If you cannot make a game, check out the stadium tour and grab lunch and a brew at the Public House after. Right on the Muni Metro Line.
I've actually only been to AT&T Park, now called Oracle Park, during a benefit concert, but this is the home of the San Francisco Giants, which has won three baseball championships in the last decade, but is now terrible! I'm an Oakland Athletics fan so, you know. But, I had one guest tell me a story about how his girlfriend's most favorite part of her trip was going to a Giant's baseball game. And several other people have told me how fantastic it is, even during the last few terrible seasons. The really good part is that by second hand ticket websites, you can see games for as low as $10/tickets, though I'd probably upgrade to better seats.
I've actually only been to AT&T Park, now called Oracle Park, during a benefit concert, but this is the home of the San Francisco Giants, which has won three baseball championships in the last decade, but is now terrible! I'm an Oakland Athletics fan so, you know. But, I had one guest tell me a st…
Oracle Park med Airbnb-upplevelser
Lär känna detta ikoniska landmärke genom Airbnb-upplevelser, små gruppaktiviteter ledda av lokalinvånare