Nationals Park, Washington DC

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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. Before you head to Washington DC, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Washington DC road trip planning website , to make sure you see all that Washington DC has to offer, including Nationals Park.
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  • We were lucky enough to get tickets to te Cubs and Nationals game 5 Playoff game. What an amazing experience. We are Cubs fans and we thought we would try to get these tickets. We felt fortunate to se...  more »
  • To be fair, Nat's Stadium is a great place to watch our home team. But, someone in corporate must not be watching the concession business. The biggest complain is, if someone leaves their seat to get ...  more »
  • Always have a great experience at Nationals Park, and try to get out there as often as possible. Highly recommend the little brewhouse if you can get a table.  more »
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  • Great ballpark in DC! They have really built up the area around the park so there’s plenty of fun, local places to eat and drink before or after the game. The bullpen is also open with every home game and is a fun place to grab drinks before going into the stadium. It’s easily accessible by metro. The navy yard metro is insane though before and after games, and the ride share line is crazy long, so prepare yourself. The ballpark doesn’t allow re-entry so be aware of that if you leave to meet someone. It’s a lovely ballpark, with DC views in the background.
  • Had my first visit to this ballpark this year. Unfortunately the weather was poor but the experience was still great. The ushers were very friendly & accommodating and there were excellent food & beverage choices. Great sightlines and from certain areas you can see the Capitol building dome in the distance. The surrounding area is developing very quickly so in a couple years the neighborhood will be even more vibrant. Will be sure to return soon!
  • Nationals Baseball Park is easily accessible by metro via the Green Line. It is a very clean and safe baseball stadium. The local fans are very friendly (even if you are an annoying fan of the rival team) and many will help make sure you get on the correct metro car when going to a game. The neighborhood, Navy Yard, now has a better selection of bars and restaurants near the park, with new storefronts opening all the time. The park has a great craft beer options and a wide variety of food choices including gluten free. There is a restaurant with seating facing the outfield. If you bought nosebleed tickets, ordering food in the restaurant and sitting in outfield to eat is a great option with a much better view of the game.
  • It is a wonderful stadium with lots of food to enjoy. They have a good baseball team as well, and can get their 2 hours early before first pitch, and if you get their early enough you can watch the players take batting practice, which means you could get a baseball, and autographs. The staff is very friendly, and i Definitely recommend you go
  • This place is awesome! Great historical site rich in tradition. Awesome tour site for the family. Great facilities and customer service. Even if your not a baseball fan trying to watch a game. The tour here is awesome. If you are a fan Tickets are pretty cheap and the view anywhere in the park is pretty awesome. Sky seats don't even need binoculars.

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Most visitors to Washington, D.C., end up in the East End, the old downtown district containing most of the city's major cultural attractions. For a more authentic Washingtonian experience, consider staying at a smaller hotel just a little north or east of this busy area. Neighborhoods outside downtown offer less expensive accommodations and affordable street parking, as well as opportunities to meet more locals and fewer tourists. Alternatively, try a hotel in Georgetown, packed with high-end shops and Colonial architecture.
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