AT&T Park Tour in San Francisco: Review

Diana Chan January 3, 2017 San Francisco, travel

AT&T Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants is open for public tours everyday at 10:30pm and 12:30 pm on certain dates and last for 1.5 hours.

The behind-the-scenes ballpark tour of AT&T Park you will get to go places only the players and staff go including:

  • The Field Warning Track
  • A Major League Dugout
  • Visitors’ Indoor Batting Cage
  • The Visitors’ Clubhouse
  • The Press Box
  • A Luxury Suite

There is a $22 fee for adults, but if you’re a big fan of Baseball and you want to get the behind the scenes look of the park, it’s worth it.

Dugout Store at AT&T Park / Entrance

To find your way to the start of the tour, make your way to the Dugout Store at AT&T Park and you’ll find the area to purchase tickets or pick up tickets if purchased online.

Will call is located on the second floor of the Dugout Store which is located on Third Street. You should arrive 10 minutes before your tour time.

The tour ends at the same place as well.

Tour Guide

Our tour guide was very knowledgable and was able to take all of us around the whole park efficiently as all of us wanted to snap pictures of everything.

Views from the Stands

One of the best views of the entire park is from the stands. We were in awe of how huge the park really was.

You can really see how home runs can be “splash hits” and view the breathtaking Bay view behind the field.

A Luxury Suite

We got to see the Tony Bennet suite. Amazing space and a very great view of the field. Too bad you’ll need a lot of money to


All around the park, there are lots of memorabilia to see and touch.

There are also cool bobble heads as well as the championship trophy made by Tiffany & Co.

The Visitors’ Clubhouse

We got to see the clubhouse for the visiting teams. A quick glimpse of where they get ready before the game.

Visitors’ Indoor Batting Cage

They even have seperate batting cages for the players to warm up before the game.

Major League Dugout

The best part was being on the ground right by the dugout to be right by the field.

We saw where the players would be waiting during the game.

Overall, it was super fun to get a behind the scenes look. We wanted to come here for a game too, but while we were in San Francisco, they were all away games.


24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

Leave A Response