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Nationals Park, Washington DC

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4.3/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
Home of the Washington Nationals, Nationals Park opened in 2008. This modern stadium seats almost 42,000 people and offers two types of tours focusing on the history of baseball and the home team. Game-day tours take you to a luxury suite, the press box, and the visiting team dugout. Non-game day tours include these stops as well as the visiting team clubhouse, a chance to throw a pitch in the Nationals bullpen, and a visit to the Nationals' dugout (instead of the visiting team's dugout). Throughout the tour, you'll pass historical photos and baseball memorabilia. The tour includes lots of walking, so dress comfortably. Arrange to visit Nationals Park and other attractions in Washington DC using our Washington DC vacation route planner.
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  • Went to the game 5 playoff game. The sight lines are fantastic and no seat is a bad seat here. The crowd is electric and fun to watch a game with. Excellent concessions and friendly staff. Will defini...  read more »
  • I went to my first game here last week. It was the Nats' game #161 for the year. We had pretty decent seats behind first base, but to be honest, I imagine that there are no bad seats in that ballpark....  read more »
  • Attended a baseball playoff game with 47,000 other people. Great stadium. HOWEVER, they only have about half as many restrooms as they need, the lines were always huge for men and women. Long line for...  read more »
  • We aren't even huge baseball fans but we absolutely love it here! Nationals Park is amazing. So much fun for the whole family. They even have a playground. :) Lots of nice restaurants to choose from too. Our favorite is when they release $5 tickets later into the season which is perfect for families with kids who can't sit still for a whole game.
  • Will organized at getting people in and out, great sight lines of the game, video monitors everywhere. What more could you want? The only thing to take note of is that they use their own currency at concession stands. You add cash to your ticket and use the barcode on the ticket to make purchases. I guess it's so that the stands don't have to handle cash and it makes the nightly tallies to faster. Don't forget that this is DC and even the food is better than your average ballpark.
  • One of the league's best stadiums. My only gripe is that the quality and service from the food vendors is all over the place. I've experienced great service and I've experienced awful service. Make sure to bring both cash and card as some vendors will randomly only accept one.
  • One of the better Professional parks. I like the food choices, the staff is usually very nice. A couple glitches on some days when i think they were not expecting to play. S.O. loves the Jack Daniels booth.
  • Such an exciting place. Love stadium especially section 213. Im now a huge fan of this team. Bryce Harper is my favorite player. Trea Turner is incredibly talented too. Hope this team goes to world series.
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