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Oracle Park
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Oracle Park featuring a bay or harbor and street scenes as well as a small group of people
Whether or not you’re a baseball fan, this charming ballpark with outstanding views should be on your San Francisco sightseeing list. 

Visit Oracle Park for more than simply watching a San Francisco Giants game. Tour this privately financed ballpark, known for its breathtaking views, charm and character. This is the city’s replacement for notoriously windy Candlestick Park. 

The stadium at the edge of downtown San Francisco was opened in 2000. It was the first ballpark since Dodger Stadium to be privately financed. Upon completion of construction, the park was first named Pacific Bell Park, while in subsequent years it has been known as SBC Park, AT&T Park and finally Oracle Park. 

When approaching Oracle Park, notice the two clock towers, each 122 feet (37 meters) tall and topped with 45-foot (14-meter) flagpoles. To see the Willie Mays statue, arrive at the home plate entrance. 

Once inside, enjoy bay views from the outfield area or check out what is believed to be the world’s largest baseball glove, at 26 feet (8 meters) tall and 32 feet (9 meters) wide. 

When visiting during baseball season, stop briefly at the screened fence on the right field side of the stadium for a glimpse of the game without a ticket purchase. 

Families enjoy Oracle Park for its kid-friendly vibe and amenities, including the Coca-Cola Fan Lot. Climb into one of the four slides tucked inside an 80-foot (24-meter) contoured wooden Coca-Cola bottle and slide into home plate.

For the most immersive Oracle Park experience, sign up for a 90-minute Behind-the-Scenes Tour. You’ll have the chance to stand on the field, sit in a Major League Baseball dugout, look around the Visitors’ Clubhouse, see the press box and a luxury suite and experience the Giant Vault museum, which chronicles the history of the franchise. Several other in-depth, and more expensive, tours are available, including a pre-game tour, a private batting practice tour and a VIP tour. 

Find Oracle Park between King Street and Mission Bay, a part of San Francisco Bay. Add the stadium to your itinerary if you’re visiting nearby Fisherman’s Wharf.

Whether or not you’re a baseball fan, this charming ballpark with outstanding views should be on your San Francisco sightseeing list.

Visit Oracle Park for more than simply watching a San Francisco Giants game. Tour this privately financed ballpark, known for its breathtaking views, charm and character. This is the city’s replacement for notoriously windy Candlestick Park.

The stadium at the edge of downtown San Francisco was opened in 2000. It was the first ballpark since Dodger Stadium to be privately financed. Upon completion of construction, the park was first named Pacific Bell Park, while in subsequent years it has been known as SBC Park, AT&T Park and finally Oracle Park.

When approaching Oracle Park, notice the two clock towers, each 122 feet (37 meters) tall and topped with 45-foot (14-meter) flagpoles. To see the Willie Mays statue, arrive at the home plate entrance.

Once inside, enjoy bay views from the outfield area or check out what is believed to be the world’s largest baseball glove, at 26 feet (8 meters) tall and 32 feet (9 meters) wide.

When visiting during baseball season, stop briefly at the screened fence on the right field side of the stadium for a glimpse of the game without a ticket purchase.

Families enjoy Oracle Park for its kid-friendly vibe and amenities, including the Coca-Cola Fan Lot. Climb into one of the four slides tucked inside an 80-foot (24-meter) contoured wooden Coca-Cola bottle and slide into home plate.

For the most immersive Oracle Park experience, sign up for a 90-minute Behind-the-Scenes Tour. You’ll have the chance to stand on the field, sit in a Major League Baseball dugout, look around the Visitors’ Clubhouse, see the press box and a luxury suite and experience the Giant Vault museum, which chronicles the history of the franchise. Several other in-depth, and more expensive, tours are available, including a pre-game tour, a private batting practice tour and a VIP tour.

Find Oracle Park between King Street and Mission Bay, a part of San Francisco Bay. Add the stadium to your itinerary if you’re visiting nearby Fisherman’s Wharf.

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Hilton San Francisco Financial District
Hilton San Francisco Financial District
4 out of 5
750 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA
The price is $123 per night from Jun 28 to Jun 28
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ferry Building, Lombard Street, and Pier 39. Oracle Park and Palace of Fine Arts are also ...
3.8/5Good! (2,760 reviews)
"I arrived very late due to airport delay, but was able to do online check-in with no problem. The room was clean and bed was very comfortable. We had a bay view and were pleased with the location. Obviously not all restaurants were open in the area, due to Covid so we had to walk a bit but I enjoyed ..."

Reviewed on Jun 23, 2021

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San Francisco Marriott Marquis
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
4 out of 5
780 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
The price is $151 per night from Jun 25 to Jun 25
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Moscone Convention Center, Ferry Building, and Oracle Park. Chase Center and Pier 39 are ...
4.3/5Excellent! (2,225 reviews)
"We were apprehensive about traveling post-Covid but the facility was exceptionally clean and well maintained. Close to shopping and restaurants. Easily accessible for Lyft/Uber and public transportation. The ladies is the lobby restaurant were friendly and very efficient. It was perfect for a light ..."

Reviewed on Jun 22, 2021

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The Clancy, Autograph Collection
4 out of 5
299 2nd St, San Francisco, CA
The price is $189 per night from Jun 25 to Jun 25
Located in Downtown San Francisco, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Academy of Art University, Moscone Convention Center, and San Francisco Museum of ...
4.4/5Excellent! (209 reviews)

Reviewed on Jun 20, 2021

The Clancy, Autograph Collection
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4 out of 5
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The price is $123 per night from Jun 28 to Jun 28
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4 out of 5
780 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
The price is $151 per night from Jun 25 to Jun 25
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4 out of 5
299 2nd St, San Francisco, CA
The price is $189 per night from Jun 25 to Jun 25
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4 out of 5
345 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA
The price is $179 per night from Jun 27 to Jun 27
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Hyatt Place San Francisco Downtown
3 out of 5
701 3rd St, San Francisco, CA
The price is $199 per night from Jun 28 to Jun 28
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Hotel Riu Plaza Fisherman's Wharf
Hotel Riu Plaza Fisherman's Wharf
4 out of 5
2500 Mason St, San Francisco, CA
The price is $147 per night from Jun 28 to Jun 28
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4 out of 5
138 King St., San Francisco, CA
The price is $188 per night from Jul 1 to Jul 1
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InterContinental San Francisco, an IHG Hotel
4 out of 5
888 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA
The price is $152 per night from Jul 5 to Jul 5
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The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square
The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square
4.5 out of 5
335 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA
The price is $159 per night from Jul 18 to Jul 18
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