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Nationals Park - Stadium in Washington, DC.
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INFO Situated in the Southeast Quadrant of Washington D.C. is Nationals Park, new home to Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals. Named in honor of the early-1900’s Washington team who played in a stadium of the same... ... read more

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Nationals Park - Stadium in Washington, DC.

Situated in the Southeast Quadrant of Washington D.C. is Nationals Park, new home to Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals. Named in honor of the early-1900’s Washington team who played in a stadium of the same name, this new ballpark was opened in 2008, and is the first LEED-certified environmentally friendly stadium in professional sports. It has a seating capacity of 41,000 for games, but fit 47,000 people into the park for a Mass led by Pope Benedict XVI in 2008.

Special features of the Nationals Park include views of the Capitol from the upper decks, as well as a center field restaurant, The Red Porch, where one can enjoy the game over dinner. Since opening, there have been various concerts at Nationals Park, including such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Third Eye Blind, and Dave Matthews.

Nationals Park User Reviews

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Very Cool Stadium
Connie C. Jul 16, 2013
I experience my first Baseball game at this Stadium about a week ago. Walking in, I didn't know what to expect. It's a huge place. Food and drink at ever corner. Very expensive, but what do you expect, at any outgoing place, food and drinks are expensive. I had a great time here. The Stadium is very pretty, Staffs all over the place to help with seating or directions. I would definitely do again.
Great Stadium!
sonia s. Jul 5, 2013
Tried to go to see my precious Detroit Tigers play the Nats in a rare interleage game, but it got rained out, and we all had to work on the rain date. Booo. They originally told us you were SOL in that situation, and pretty promptly the policy got changed. So we swapped our tickets and went to see the Nats play the Mets. Beer is expensive, but what stadium isn't! They have a good selection of drafts at least. I was told there is not bad seat in the stadium. i bought $20 seats, got an online discount, and found it's true! Even "nose bleeds" had a great view! And even better, the score board has an area showing all the scores of any other MLB games being played (again, i love my Tigers). Oh, and did i forget to mention Half Street Fair grounds being right outside of the stadium, which is also right next to the metro? Crowded leaving the game, but still really convenient. You can really make a night of it!
True Washington feel!
Mitzi T. Jun 9, 2013
At one of the first games of the season, we were lucky enough to get great seats right by first base. The beer is cold, the food is hot, and the spirit is upbeat! Patriotic fans are rooting for their favorite player while enjoying one of Washington's hallmark foods - a half-smoke from Ben's Chili Bowl, of which there are a couple located throughout the stadium. Don't miss the cocktail bar if you want something more than a beer - the full liquor bar can satisfy any drink desire. Afterwards, walk to Capitol Hill and check out the scene there, or wander over to Eastern Market and grab a cocktail at one of the many local watering holes.
The Unmissable Ballpark in the Nation's Capital
Chris T. Apr 5, 2013
As soon as you step into Nationals Park you are immediately made aware of the history of baseball in Washington, DC by the three imposing statues of greats who played ball in the nation’s capital. However, as you make your way through what is an impressive and ultra-modern structure, it gives the impression that the Washington Nationals are a team also looking to the future and keen to make a big impact. As ever at ballparks in the Major Leagues, food and drink are quite overpriced, although the Beltway Burger Pack that gets you a ticket, burger and a drink for less than $30 represents incredibly good value for money. The seats themselves are relatively spacious, especially compared to older parks like Fenway in Boston, with even the cheapest offering superb views of the action on the field. The staff throughout the ballpark are friendly and welcoming, and for those that like to get to the ground hours before the first pitch, the chance to sit in the outfield bleachers and watch both teams take batting practise without the need for a ticket is one that should not be missed. Then, during the game itself the atmosphere is vibrant, although that hinges on how well the home side are playing! Overall then, Nationals Park is a great place to watch baseball, and with its variety of deals and a welcoming feel, it is a place you will want to keep coming back to.
Its O.K.
Jody P. Nov 30, 2012
I have only been to National's Stadium one time and I am not in a huge hurry to get back there. I was raised in Baltimore where we have Camden Yards, which is a beautiful, clean, amazing stadium. The Nats Stadium is much newer and I believe one of the newest MLB stadiums in the league, but you would never know it by seeing it. It looks like it was built 30 years ago and there really isn't anything special about it. There isn't much more to say about it - the food, the prices, the atmosphere, all of it was average. If you miss Nats Stadium, you aren't missing much.
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