Step Inside: Oracle Park – Home of the San Francisco Giants

Stadium History | Parking & Admission | Seating & Capacity | Food & Concessions

Venue Quick Facts
Venue Name Oracle Park
Location San Francisco, CA
Address 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone # (415) 972-2000
Capacity 41,265
Opened April 11, 2000
Architect Populous

Oracle Park is a Major League Baseball stadium and home of the San Francisco Giants, located in San Francisco, California. The stadium is situated right on San Francisco Bay, with the stands looking over Mission Bay and South Beach Harbor. Oracle Park is located in the SoMa neighborhood on the edge of downtown San Francisco, less than an hour drive from Stanford University and UC Berkeley and just a 15-minute walk to Bayfront Park.

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Oracle Park History

In addition to being home of the San Francisco Giants, Oracle Park has served as a venue for other sports, including football and soccer games, as well as a variety of musical and other events. Oracle Park has hosted concerts from artists such as Lady Gaga, Ed Sheeran, Guns N’ Roses, AC/DC, The Beach Boys, and The Rolling Stones. The stadium has also held commencement services for San Francisco State University, San Francisco Opera broadcasts and the AMA Supercross Championship from 2003 to 2010.

Situated along San Francisco Bay, Oracle Park is subject to local weather and wind conditions. Even in summer months, cold fog and rain sometimes occur at the stadium. Fans may benefit from dressing in layers in case of weather changes.

Before the San Francisco Giants partnered with technology company Oracle for the naming rights, the park went by the names AT&T Park, SBC Park and Pacific Bell Park.

Parking and Admission at Oracle Park

Oracle Park has limited on-site parking options, with approximately 35,000 spots — less than Oracle Park’s capacity for seating. However, there are a variety of lots and garages near the stadium, which can cost less than on-site parking. Fans are strongly encouraged to secure parking in advance. You can find out more about how much parking is at Oracle Park at SpotHero.

Oracle Park is also serviced with a variety of public transportation options, including the Muni Metro Light Rail, BART trains, and ferry transportation from across the Bay Area.

Patrons with disabilities can use designated accessible parking spots south of Lot A’s Channel and 3rd pedestrian entrance, as well as in front of the sheds on Pier 48. The stadium also has a free accessibility shuttle for patrons with disabilities for getting from Lot A and Pier 48 to the park.

Oracle Park policy allows fans to bring bags, including backpacks and purses, as long as they are 16″ x 16″ x 8″ or less. Any bag brought to the park will be inspected at entry. Oracle park rules on alcoholic beverages say that they can be purchased from stadium vendors but are not allowed to be brought from outside. Smoking, including e-cigarettes and vaporizers, is not allowed in the stadium.

Oracle Park Capacity & Seating Options

Oracle Park seating includes 41,265 seats, spanning the bleachers, view reserve and arcade seats, lower box, club level, field club, and luxury areas. Luxury seating includes the suites, Cloud Club and Lexus Dugout Club. There are 6,700 club seats and 68 luxury suites.

Luxury Suites can accommodate 16 to 25 guests and range in price from $3,000 to $8,000 per game, depending on the event and the size of the suite. Suites provide patrons with VIP seating, an indoor climate-controlled area, and optional catering as well as access to club concessions, cash bars and TVs.

Patrons who use a wheelchair can request an escort at the gate, and an attendant will help with transportation and seating needs. The stadium does not have wheelchairs available for loaning, but encourages patrons to bring their own.

What are the best seats at Oracle Park?

The best seats at Oracle Park vary depending on the event and personal preferences. Check out Oracle Park seating charts and find your favorite seat today.

Food & Beverage Options at Oracle Park


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Food Options

Oracle Park excels in offering culinary delights, whether you’re getting organic chicken dishes at Organic Coup, the park’s famous Gilroy garlic fries, or bacon-wrapped hot dogs and Sheboygan bratwursts. Throughout the stadium, you can find top-notch vendors such as The Lumpia Company, Pita Gyros, Mission Street Taqueria, Tony G’s Pizza, and The Bullpen Boardwalk.

Perched right on the bay, Oracle Park showcases a sterling menu of seafood delectables. Some of these include the Pier 44 Chowderhouse Shrimp Po’Boy, Da Poke-Mon’s spicy ahi tuna, and Crazy Crab sandwich with Dungeness crab on grilled Boudin bread.

There are also several vendors with vegetarian options, including The Garden, vegetarian pizza at Tony G’s Pizza, Gilroy garlic fries, and several vendors offer Impossible foods like burgers, chicken tenders and cheesesteaks. All foods at The Garden are vegetarian and gluten-free. Their menu includes tossed salads, plant-based nachos and a cauliflower crust flatbread with mozzarella, mushrooms and red onion.

Beverage Options

Oracle park takes pride in its selection of artisanal beverages and locally brewed beers. These come from breweries such as Lagunitas Brewing Co, Mad River Brewery, Sierra Nevada, and other vendors. Fans can go to venues like Bullpen Boardwalk for beers and coffee, as well as the Farmers Market stand for craft beers and cocktails. Announced for the 2023 season, Giants president and CEO Larry Baer made the decision that the club will be selling $9 beers at select locations inside the stadium. Fans can find the $9 price point on all domestic drafts at the Doggie Diner stands and in the 415 Club in the outfield.

Patrons can also find artisanal coffee and tea at Peet’s @Cafe, a social media-themed café serviced by San Francisco local Peet’s Coffee.

Last but not least, you can try Ghirardelli’s World Famous Hot Fudge Sundae with a vanilla base topped with whipped cream, diced almonds and a cherry. While not exactly a beverage, this comes in as one of the stadium’s tastiest ways to cool off — the perfect icing for any event.

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