AT&T Park in San Francisco is known as the home of the San Francisco Giants. The location has had two previous names, Pacific Bell Park and SBC Park. AT&T Park first opened in 2000, and features 1,500 seats at field level, 5,200 seats at the club level, and close to 70 luxury suites for enjoying the game. Most people notice the right field wall immediately, as it is 24 feet high. This height is to honor none other than a former San Francisco Giant, Willie Mays, who was number 24 on the team when he played. There are also four pillars capped with fountains on this wall. When the Giants win a game or hit a home run, these fountains will gush with water.
AT&T Park has all sorts of concession stands for the hungry baseball fan. There are other attractions, including the Coca-Cola Fan Lot, the Coca-Cola Superslide, and the Little Giants Park. You can also enjoy a giant replica of a ball glove from 1927, a Build-A-Bear Workshop that allows you to build a Lou Seal and dress it in Giant’s apparel, a Speed Pitch machine, a Fan Lot photo booth, and a display called Giants at Their Best.
Address: San Francisco Bay Trail, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Phone: +1 415-972-2000