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Opened on April 11, 2000, AT&T Park has quickly become recognized as one of the premier sports venues in the United States and one of San Francisco's finest landmarks.

Nestled on the water's edge and just a short walk from downtown, this beautiful $357 million ballpark provides the San Francisco Giants baseball team with a warm and intimate home and serves as an ideal gathering place for people from all over the world. With its classic brick façade and sweeping views of the Bay Bridge and San Francisco Bay, AT&T Park provides a spectacular venue for the Bowl.

Venue Information

Name:   AT&T Park
Capacity:   41,777 (baseball)
40,184 (football)
Opening:   April 11, 2000
Cost:   $357 million
Surface:   Sports Turf--a blend of five low-growing bluegrass hybrid turf grasses.
Architect:   HOK Sport
Operator:   San Francisco Giants
Location:   The ballpark site is located at the intersection of Third and King Streets in downtown San Francisco.
Mailing Address:   24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107
Transportation:   AT&T Park is conveniently accessible by all public transit systems servicing the San Francisco Bay Area. The ballpark is adjacent to the N-Judah Muni Metro rail line, within a block of five Muni bus routes, just over a block from the CalTrain depot, and a 15-20 minute walk from BART. Interstates 280, 80 and 101 provide excellent auto access to the ballpark.


  • All lots will open at 2:30pm.
  • Lots A, C, D, and Pier 48 will be open.
  • Oversized vehicles should park in the Bus Lot.
  • Tailgating is allowed in lots A, D and Tailgate spots in the Bus Lot. No tailgating allowed in or outside of Lot C, Pier 48.
  • Parking is limited to one parking space per vehicle. Additional parking stalls for the purpose of tailgating may not be purchased. 
  • Tailgating must be done in front of or behind your personal vehicle.
  • Space is sold per vehicle on a first come, first serve basis. If you are hoping to park as a group it is recommended you enter the lot as a group. Spaces cannot be held for late arrival cars in your group.
  • Personal size propane and charcoal BBQ's only. All BBQ'ers must have a personal fire extinguisher.
  • No wood burning fire pits or Mushroom style propane heaters permitted.
  • No open flame tailgates are permitted on the East side of Terry Francois Blvd. in the stalls outside of Pier 48.
  • RV's arriving prior to lots opening are advised not to set up their tailgates until they have paid for their parking fee and been assigned a space. Pre-emptive set up may result in relocation.
  • All lots close 1 HOUR AFTER EVENT. Zero tailgating permitted after kickoff/game begins.
  • Overnight camping on all Impark lots is strictly prohibited.
Failure to abide by parking and security staff instructions will result in eviction without refund. 



Lots A, C, D and Pier 48: $30

Oversize vehicles in Lot A Bus Lot: $50

Free Bike Valet:

If biking to the game, the San Francisco Bike Coalition will provide free secure valet parking at the Valet Room on the McCovey Cove side of the park.  Click here for more detials.

Getting Here 

For on-time traffic and transit information about getting to and from AT&T Park and around the Bay Area, please call 511.

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How to get to AT&T Park on public transit

In San Francisco
Take the Muni Metro N-Judah or T-Third line directly to the ballpark - the Second and King Muni Metro station is right next to the ballpark. Muni buses 10, 30, 45 and 47 also stop within one block of the ballpark.

From the Peninsula and the South Bay - San Mateo and Santa Clara
Take Caltrain from stations throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties directly to the ballpark - the Fourth and King Street Station is one block from the ballpark. Or take BART from Milbrae, SFO, South San Francisco, San Bruno, Colma or Daly City to downtown San Francisco. Then walk or transfer to Muni Metro to the ballpark (transfer from BART to MUNI N-Judah or T-Third Line at Civic Center, Powell, Montgomery or Embarcadero).

From the East Bay - Alameda and Contra Costa
Take BART to Embarcadero or Montgomery Stations and walk or transfer to Muni Metro (N-Judah or T-Third/inbound or specially marked ballpark trains). AC Transit also provides bus service from many East Bay cities to the Transbay Terminal, another short walk to the ballpark.

From Napa and Solano
Take Vallejo BARTLink to El Cerrito del Norte BART, ride BART to the Embarcadero or Montgomery St. stations and walk or take Muni Metro to the ballpark. From Vacaville or Fairfield, take Fairfield-Suisun Transit to the Pleasant Hill BART station and ride BART to the Embarcadero or Montgomery St. stations.

Departing AT&T Park:

Golden Gate Larkspur Ferry may have a late departure from AT&T Park to accommodate fans.  Check back periodically, to see if ferry service will be provided.



Transportation Information

How to get to AT&T Park by car

These directions provide the most direct routes to the Giants' parking lots, but other city streets and freeway exits also provide alternate routes that fans are encouraged to use to avoid congestion. Please call 511 for on-time traffic conditions.

From the Peninsula/South Bay
Take 1-280 north (or I-101 north to I-280 north) to the Mariposa Street exit. Turn right on Mariposa Street, then left on Third Street to get to the parking lots.

From the East Bay
Take I-80/Bay Bridge to the Fifth Street exit. Turn right on Fifth Street Turn right on Folsom Street, then right on Fourth Street Get into the left lane and continue on Fourth Street to the parking lots (across Fourth Street Bridge).

From the North Bay
Take I-101 south/Golden Gate Bridge to the Downtown/Lombard Street exit. Turn right on Van Ness Ave., then left on Golden Gate Ave. Turn right on Hyde Street and go straight across Market Street onto Eighth Street Turn left on Bryant Street and right on Fourth Street to the parking lots (across Fourth Street Bridge).