Oracle Park was designed for all of our guests to enjoy; however, there are certain areas of the park that can only be accessed with a designated ticket. Guests should keep their ticket with them at all times to avoid any confusion as they enjoy the ballpark and its amenities. The following are the various ballpark seating areas and designated access requirements:
Promenade Level (main concourse): All guests with a game ticket.
Blue Shield Field Club Lounge: Only guests with a game ticket for the following seating categories: Blue Shield Field Club, Carmax Field Box, Alaska Airlines Loft at McCovey Cove, Candlestick Suite, Salesforce Champions Suite, Lexus Dugout Club, Batter's Box, Audi Legends Club, Dockers Deck, Dugout Box, Press Club, Promenade Patio Tables, and Oracle Suite Level.
Alaska Airlines Club Level: Only guests with a game ticket for the following seating categories: Alaska Airlines Club Level, Blue Shield Field Club Level, Alaska Airlines Loft at McCovey Cove, Candlestick Suite, Carmax Field Box, Champions Suite, Lexus Dugout Club, Batter's Box, Dockers Deck, Audi Legends Club, Dugout Box, Press Club, Promenade Patio Tables, and Oracle Suite Level.
Oracle Suite Level: Only guests with a ticket for the Oracle Suite Level or Gotham Club. Guests with tickets to any other area of the park, including clubs, lofts, and boxes, DO NOT have access to the Oracle Suite Level.
View Level (upper concourse): All guests with a game ticket.
Guests may sit only in the seat(s) for which they have tickets.
ADA GUEST SERVICES
AED (Automated External Defibrillators)
A total of 24 AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) have been installed throughout the ballpark. AEDs are strategically placed 1.5 minutes apart from each other. Prominent overhead signage denotes each AED location. Each location houses an alarmed cabinet with AED and first aid kit.
- Visitors' Clubhouse: Field Level
- Blue Shield Field Club Lounge: Field Level
- Tunnel section 110: Field Level
- Tunnel section 121: Field Level
- Visitors' Dugout: Field Level
- Giants Dugout: Field Level
- Section 105: Promenade Level
- Section 113: Promenade Level
- Section 119: Promenade Level
- Section 128: Promenade Level
- Section 133: Promenade Level
- Section 211: Club Level
- Section 219: Club Level
- Section 228: Club Level
- Outside Suite 16: Suite Level
- Concierge Desk: Suite Level
- Outside Suite 50: Suite Level
- Section 310: View Level
- Section 312: View Level
- Section 324: View Level
- Section 334: View Level
Aerosol cans of any kind (sunblock, hairspray, pepper spray) are not allowed in the ballpark.
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Alaska Airlines Club Level
The entire third level of Oracle Park comprises the Alaska Airlines Club Level.
Alaska Airlines Loft at McCovey Cove
Nestled inside the brick archways of the right field wall, the Alaska Airlines Loft at McCovey Cove can accommodate about 45-55 guests. The suite features a terraced patio with outdoor seating, which juts from the wall 10 feet above the playing field. A special entrance with an elevator is located on the waterfront near the Lefty O'Doul Entrance.
Alcoholic Beverage Policy
No alcohol (including non-alcoholic beer and wine) or illegal drugs may be brought into Oracle Park. Once inside the park, alcoholic beverages may be purchased throughout the park. The following restrictions apply:
- All alcohol sales end at the end of the seventh inning.
- There is a two-drink limit per purchase.
- There is a four-drink limit when purchased through in-seat service in the premium seating areas.
- No alcoholic beverages may leave the ballpark with exiting guests (including unopened bottles and cans from any Luxury Suite).
- All alcohol sales can be terminated at any time as deemed necessary by management discretion.
Located in Suite #61 on the Oracle Suite Level and accommodating 20 guests, the Anchor Suite has a rustic and sophisticated ambiance similar to that of an old tap room. For more information about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.
Service animals accompanying guests with disabilities are welcome at Oracle Park. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, service animals are defined as dogs and, in some cases, miniature horses that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Other animals are prohibited. Service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls. Service animals must be under the control of their handler and be housebroken. Guests who need to "relieve" their service animal will be permitted to exit and re-enter the ballpark, subject to re-screening by security. Please have your ticket stamped by security personnel prior to exiting.
Artwork In The Park
Oracle Park boasts an eclectic collection of art both inside and outside of the park. The interior levels of the ballpark feature murals, plaques and photography.
The 2010, 2012, and 2014 Major League Baseball World Series Championship Trophies and Championship rings are located on permanent display on the Promenade Level directly behind home plate.
Statues and plaques also decorate areas surrounding the ballpark, highlighted by the Willie Mays statue located at the ballpark's main entrance.
The Willie Mays statue, depicting the Hall of Famer following through on his swing, is the most recognized statue of the Giants collection. Sculpted by William Behrends, the nine-foot, bronze statue quickly became one of the signature fixtures of the ballpark and a fan favorite "photo op."
The Seals Plaza statue replicates the logo of the Pacific Coast League team that played in San Francisco from 1903-1957. Sculpted by Alfredo Osorio, the statue depicts a seal balancing a baseball on its nose.
The 14-foot high Willie McCovey statue is located across McCovey Cove from the ballpark at the northeast corner of China Basin Park. Also sculpted by Behrends, the McCovey statue pays tribute to one of the San Francisco Giants' most respected former players and Hall of Famers. China Basin Park also contains plaques listing the members of every Giants team that played in San Francisco from 1958-1999, and plaques with the names of past Willie Mac Award winners surround the base of the Willie McCovey Statue.
A statue of the "Dominican Dandy," Juan Marichal, was added to the collection in 2005. Sculpted by Behrends, the nine-foot bronze statue, located at Lefty O'Doul Plaza, depicts the Hall of Fame pitcher at the apex of his signature high leg kick windup.
Located at the Second and King Street entrance, stands a nine-foot statue of the "Baby Bull," Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda. The sculpture, created in Behrends' North Carolina studio and cast in bronze in Colorado, portrays a youthful, smiling Cepeda.
During the 2016 season, the Giants added a fifth bronze statue of Giants Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry. Sculpted by Will Behrends, the nine foot Perry statue is located at Second & King Streets across from Orlando Cepeda's statue.
The Willie Mays Tribute Wall, located just inside the Willie Mays Gate at Oracle Park, features photos, banners and a timeline celebrating the Say Hey Kid's illustrious career. Personalized baseballs, bats and Gold Gloves purchased by fans highlight the wall. Proceeds from the sale of the memorabilia helped to fund the remodel of the Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point in San Francisco.
Dedicated in 2008, the Giants Wall of Fame serves as a perpetual tribute to the organization's greatest players. Located along the outer wall of the ballpark on King Street, it recognizes retired players whose records stand highest among their teammates on the basis of longevity and achievements. Those honored have played a minimum of nine seasons for the San Francisco Giants, or five seasons with at least one All-Star selection as a Giant.
The Giants History Walk, located on the Portwalk, is a series of 25 bronze plaques representing significant moments in Oracle Park history. To date, the series includes plaques commemorating Opening Day 2000, the 2000 National League West pennant, Barry Bonds' 500th, 600th, 660th, 700th,
715th, and 756th home runs, Bonds' 73 home run record, the 2002 National League pennant, the 2003 National League West championship, and Jason Schmidt's 16-strikeout game, Robb Nen's 300th save, and Jonathan Sanchez's no-hitter. There is a plaque commemorating the 2007 All-Star Game held at Oracle Park. In 2011 a plaque was added to commemorate Brian Wilson's season record tying 48 saves, and a plaque commemorating the Giants 2010 World Series Championship. Plaques were also added to commemorate Matt Cain's Perfect Game, the 2012 NLCS Clinch, Pablo's Sandoval's three home run game in the 2012 World Series, the 2012 Giants World Series Championship and victory parade, Tim Lincecum's two No-Hitters 2012 and 2014, and two new additions commemorating the Giants 2014 World Series Championship.
The Alaska Airlines Club Level has a variety of original artwork including WPA-era style murals by Jeffrey Skyles; memorabilia collage photos by Charles Maier, abstract murals by Calvin Grimm, and a collection of historical photography chronicling Giants history. There is also the painting of Willie Mays which was completed, live, on the field, during the pre-game festivities on Opening Day of 2017. The photos, updated every season, start in the right field corner of the park with year 1883 and end in the left field corner with year 2003. The Alaska Airlines Club Level is also home to a permanent display area behind home plate to showcase Giants Memorabilia.
The Blue Shield Field Club Lounge houses original Giants murals painted by Tom Mogensen. Mogensen's two murals highlight action around or from the perspective of home plate. Also located in the Blue Shield Field Club Lounge is a series of Giants memorabilia photography.
The Oracle Suite Level features a series of lithographs of historic ballparks by various artists, as well as two original Giants murals painted by Tom Mogensen. Original watercolor paintings of Giants players by Stanley Silver and images of Giants memorabilia are also located on the Oracle Suite Level.
In 2018, the Giants added The Vault exhibit space which will feature revolving exhibits of memorabilia from the Giants archives and collectors.
Due to health and safety guidelines, autographs and/or autograph sessions are not currently offered.Automated Teller Machines (Bank Of America)
ATMs are located outside of Oracle Park near the Willie Mays Gate and 2nd & King Street gate. Inside the park, ATMs are located on the Promenade Level near the Second and King Street elevators and Lefty O'Doul Stairs; near the Guest Services Desk on the Alaska Airlines Club Level; and near the Willie Mays Lobby on the View Level.
Baby changing tables are available in all public restrooms at Oracle Park. A mothers' privacy area, open to all mothers, no matter their seat location, is available near the Alaska Airlines Club Guest Services desk adjacent to the Willie Mays elevator lobby on the third floor.
Bags, Containers & Coolers
Backpacks (including clear backpacks) and hard sided coolers are NOT permitted, no matter the size. Other bags, including paper and plastic grocery bags, purses, fanny packs, lunch bags, briefcases, diaper bags, soft-sided coolers, and handbags are allowed into the ballpark as long as they do not exceed 16" x 16" x 8" in size. Oracle Park does not store bags.
All bags will be thoroughly inspected before they are permitted into the ballpark. Hard-sided coolers and backpacks will not be permitted. Guests are strongly encouraged to arrive early and to allow additional time to enter the ballpark.
Balldudes And Balldudettes
The Giants Balldude/Balldudette Program was created more than 20 years ago as a unique way to involve fans in the on-field action. During each home game, the team designates two people to don Giants uniforms and field foul balls to hand to children in the crowd. As the first MLB team to use adults in this role, the program began in 1993 as the Senior Involvement Program and was re-named by our broadcasters a few years later ("Those aren't Ballboys; those are Balldudes!"). The program now includes a broad range of folks, ages aged 21 and older.
For information about Balldude Camp, Giants Community Fund auctions and other methods to compete/apply for a spot, please visit http://www.sfgiants.com/balldude.
The MLB.com Ballpark app is your mobile companion when visiting Oracle Park. The Ballpark app complements and personalizes your trip with mobile check-in, social media, offers, rewards and exclusive content.
San Francisco Giants Features:
- Access and manage your mobile tickets
- Check in for offers and rewards
- Social media
- Team schedule
- A-Z guide
- Getting to Oracle Park
- Interactive ballpark maps and directory
- Mobile food ordering
- Ballpark and player entrance music info
- Team videos
- Select Home Games (Baseball Bingo and Giants Trivia)
- Ask Lou AI Chatbot
Banners, Signs & Flags
Banners, signs and flags are permitted at Oracle Park. Banners and signs must be baseball-related, in good taste and not of a commercial nature. Banners, signs, and flags may not be affixed to poles unless they were purchased that way from the Dugout Store. Banners, signs and flags may not exceed three feet in height or obstruct the view of other guests or ballpark advertising signage. Banners, signs and flags may not be hung or carried while the game is in progress or affixed to walls or any other structure in the ballpark. The Giants reserve the right to remove any banner, sign, or flag.
Batter's Box (Lexus)
These exclusive view seats are located within the first three rows directly behind home plate. These premium seats include exclusive access from the Blue Shield Field Club entrance and offers in-seat food and beverage service. Be sure to pay attention, you'll likely be on TV! For more information about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at [(415) 972-2298](tel:(415) 972-2298).
Bon Appétit Management Company
Bon Appétit is the exclusive food service provider for Oracle Park, including Gotham Club and Public House. Based in Palo Alto, CA, Bon Appétit operates more than 1,000 cafés in 33 states for dozens of marquee clients. Local clients include Google, Oracle, eBay, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, and the Presidio. The company has won many awards for its pioneering, environmentally and socially responsible practices.
Bottles & Cans
Sealed plastic bottles and soft-sided juice containers are allowed in Oracle Park. Unsealed plastic bottles and soft-sided containers will be inspected and may be confiscated. Glass bottles and aluminum cans are not permitted in the ballpark. Alcoholic beverages (as well as non-alcoholic beer and wine) are not allowed in the park, regardless of container.
All Giants games are carried on the team's flagship station, KNBR (104.5 FM / 680 AM) and the Giants radio network with Jon Miller, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, and Dave Flemming calling the action. Spanish language broadcasts are carried on Radio Lazer, KXZM 93.7 FM , with Erwin Higueros and Tito Fuentes calling the action on home games, and Higueros and Marvin Benard calling the games on the road in California.
Cameras & Video Equipment
Cameras and video equipment are allowed in Oracle Park for MLB games. However, the equipment may not obstruct the view of others. Guests are not allowed to reproduce or re-broadcast any film or videotape of Giants games for commercial purposes without written permission from the San Francisco Giants and Major League Baseball. The Giants reserve the right to require patrons to put cameras or video equipment away.
The Candlestick Suite, which is sold with the Alaska Airlines Loft to offer a larger suite experience for up to 70 guests, pays tribute to our former home at Candlestick Park. This intimate suite accommodates an additional 12-15 guests and includes pregame access to the warning track. For more information about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.
The Giants provide open captioning for all ballpark public address content on the dedicated captioning board located immediately below the DiamondVision display in left-centerfield. Captioning is also available via the MLB Ballpark app for download on guests' personal devices. This app is available on most mobile devices, and provides real time text communication of nearly all public address audio communications in Oracle Park during Giants games.
Bon Appétit is the exclusive fine food caterer of Oracle Park. To contact
Bon Appétit about catering your next event, meeting or party at the park, please call (415) 972-1515 to make arrangements and to obtain a complete menu and price list.
Charter Buses (See Also Parking)
Charter bus parking is located adjacent to the eastern edge of the Giants parking Lot A on Terry Francois Blvd.
Champions Suite (Salesforce)
This individual game Suite is located on the Promenade Level with the entrance near seating section 112. It is available for rent on a per-game basis. Call (415) 972-2298 for complete details. The price of the rental includes 30 game tickets and four parking passes.
Due to health and safety guidelines, the charging stations located around the ballpark are not currently available.
Children under 24 months of age do not need a ticket to enter Oracle Park. However, they must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Fold-up strollers should be stored under the seat. Non-folding strollers can be checked at the Guest Services Station located behind Home Plate on the Promenade Level.
The King Street clock towers are the most prominent architectural features of Oracle Park. Each of the two towers is 122 feet tall and features pyramid-shaped roofs topped by 45-foot tall flagpoles. The two clocks located on each of the two main towers are eight feet in diameter. Two smaller clock towers, measuring 47 feet tall and featuring three-foot diameter clocks, are located at the Seals Plaza and Lefty O'Doul Plaza entrances.
Located on the Suite Level, The Cloud Club offers a brand new way to experience premium sports entertainment at Oracle Park. This all-inclusive lounge welcomes those looking for a lively and immersive environment to enjoy the game while entertaining clients, colleagues or friends. The Cloud Club features the very best of Oracle Park's food and beverage offerings paired with great views and some of the park's most comfortable seats.
Commemorative Brick And Tile Projects
Personalized bricks pave the entrance to Willie Mays Plaza and feature the names and inscriptions of Charter Seat-members and Giants employees who helped build Oracle Park and to commemorate the 2000 Inaugural Season. Personalized bricks also form the World Champions Walk that now surrounds the ballpark, and commemorates the Giants 2010 World Series Championship. The commemorative bricks and tiles are no longer available for purchase.
The Giants value guests' opinions and suggestions on how we can provide quality customer service. Guests may obtain a "We're Listening" form from any usher, or use the "Fan Feedback" section of sfgiants.com
Bon Appétit Management Company is the exclusive food service provider for Oracle Park, including Gotham Club and Public House. You can order concessions from a mobile device or directly at the stand. Place your mobile order from the Team Page of the Ballpark app.
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Coors Light Cove: Silver Seats
This seating area is located in section 145 of the Arcade. Coors products are available for purchase for all fans.
This unique space is located underneath the Glove in Left Center Field and offers a panoramic view of the field and Bay. This premium location for 18 guests also includes a food and beverage package. For more information about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.
Designated Driver Program
Visit Guest Services behind homeplate on the Promenade Level for program details.
Dignity Health Centers
The Dignity Health Center is located on the Portwalk near the Lefty O'Doul Bridge. Services available at the Health Center include on-duty physicians for occupational health, sports medicine and urgent care injuries and illnesses. In addition, the Center offers physical therapy, specializing in sports medicine and orthopedics, and radiology services. The center also supports the first aid services at Oracle Park. The Dignity Health Center is open from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, please call the Center at (415) 972-2249. Dignity Health is the official healthcare provider of the San Francisco Giants.
Disabled/Accessible Guest Services
The Giants are committed to providing all guests, including those with disabilities, with the highest quality experience while visiting Oracle Park. As part of these efforts, the Giants are dedicated to offering a quality experience to guests with disabilities that is full and equal to that provided to guests without disabilities.
Accessible seating options are available throughout the ballpark in all view perspectives (see BALLPARK MAP). In addition, all restrooms, ATMs, and counters at points of service at Oracle Park are accessible. Elevators are located at each of the four entrances to the ballpark (see BALLPARK MAP and wheelchair accessible seats). The elevators at Willie Mays Plaza and Second Street Plaza provide access to all levels of the park. The elevators at Lefty O'Doul and Seals Plaza provide access to the Promenade Level only. Guests with disabilities and their companions are given first priority for service at all elevators. Health and safety guidelines allow only 1 pod of guests to access the elevator at one time. In addition, at Willie Mays Plaza there are three escalators, which move guests up before and during the game and change direction after the sixth inning to bring guests down after the game. Guest services personnel are posted at each ballpark entrance to assist any guest requiring assistance in locating their seats and ballpark services.
Guest Services staff will be at each of the gates to provide complimentary use of a wheelchair for guests who need assistance getting to their seats. Simply ask a Giants employee at any gate and an attendant will meet you with a wheelchair. Reservations are not accepted. Please notify the nearest aisle attendance 15 minutes prior to departure to confirm a wheelchair is nearby and available for use.
Operated by Imperial Parking, ADA Parking is available in all lots, but is subject to availability.
The Oracle Park accessibility shuttle provides a free ride for those who need it between Lot A & Pier 48 and Oracle Park.
Shuttle service begins 2 hours prior to game time and runs up until 1 hour the end of the game.
Guest drop-off zones are located on both sides of the ballpark, one at the Second and King Streets entrance, and one on Third Street near the Giants Dugout Store.
The Giants provide open captioning for all ballpark public address content on the dedicated captioning board located to the right of the display in centerfield. (see CAPTIONING). Captioning is also available via the MLB Ballpark app for download on guests' personal devices. This app is available on most mobile devices, and provides real time text communication of nearly all public address audio communications in Oracle Park during Giants games.
Assistive listening devices are available at no charge upon request at the Guest Services Station located on the Promenade Level behind Home Plate. A valid credit card or acceptable form of picture identification (e.g., valid driver's license or non-driver government-issued photo ID card) is required as a deposit.
The Giants are committed to assisting non-profit organizations in their fundraising efforts, providing more than $1.5 million in in-kind donations to nearly 3,500 community groups each year. If guests would like the Giants to consider making an in-kind donation to a particular fundraiser event or auction, they must fill out the on-line request form.
Requests must be received at least two months in advance of an event. Requests for groups located outside of Northern California will not be considered. We DO NOT accept requests via fax, email, mail, or phone.
Drones (or Unmanned Aircraft Systems) cannot be flown near Oracle Park before, during, or after Giants games. Federal law restricts drones from flying within a 3 nautical mile radius of any stadium with a seating capacity of 30,000 or more people during any Major League Baseball (MLB) game and certain other sporting events. This restriction takes effect starting one hour before the scheduled game time until one hour after the game concludes. Flights conducted for operational purposes of the event, stadium or broadcast may be authorized by the FAA with an approved airspace waiver.
Located next to the Visitors' Dugout and originally created for the Commissioner during the 2007 All-Star Game, this premium space offers 16 seats. These seats are comparable to our investors' seats on the Giants side. For more information about this premium space, please call an executive sales representative at (415) 972-2298.
Elevators & Escalators
The elevators at Willie Mays Plaza and Second Street Plaza provide access to all levels of the park. The elevators at Lefty O'Doul and Seals Plaza provide access to the Promenade Level only. In addition, at Willie Mays Plaza there are three escalators, which move guests up before and during the game and change direction after the sixth inning to bring guests down after the game.
In accordance with health & safety guidelines, only guests within the same household or pod will be allowed to use the elevators at one time.
There are multiple entrances to Oracle Park:
- Willie Mays Gate (Third and King streets)
- Lefty O'Doul Gate (near the Lefty O'Doul Bridge at Third and Berry streets)
- Marina Gate (along the Port walk behind center field)
- Second and King Street Gate (Second and King streets)
- The Gotham Club (private entrance)
The Executive Offices are located in the Giants Building on Third Street, between King Street and the China Basin Channel (adjacent to Oracle Park).
Face masks are recommended, especially when accessing indoor spaces and concession/merchandise stands.
Located on the Promenade Level, above the left field bleachers, the Fan Lot is an interactive play area for children and adults. Children ages 14 and younger, and taller than 36" inches, can enjoy a "slide into home plate" from one of the four slides. Guests of all ages can stroll up to the world's largest baseball glove, a vintage three-finger classic; and get an autograph-rubbing from some of their favorite all-time Giants.
The Toyota Fan Zone is a 50-by-50-foot replica of Oracle Park designed for young children. Kids 42" inches tall or less can hit whiffle balls and run the bases. It includes an infield, bases, outfield and ballpark iconography that gives tomorrow's Giants the feeling that they are big leaguers playing in a real Major League ballpark. The Fan Zone also features a new 8mm pixel-pitch 10'x16' Mitsubishi Diamond Vision display-the highest resolution video board at Oracle Park. Lastly, located in the right field wall of the Fan Zone is a state of the art fish tank, installed by Animal Planet's show TANKED in 2017. The tank displays fish native to the San Francisco Bay.
The Fan Lot offers guests not only a great view of the game, but also views of the city's skyline, the Bay Bridge, and San Francisco Bay.
On game days, the Fan Lot opens in conjunction with the opening of the ballpark gates.
Players respond to mail at their own discretion. Guests may send fan mail to players during the season only to:
"Name of Player"
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Commemorate a special occasion with a GIANT fan message! Fan messages are available on a limited basis at Giants home games. Fan Messages are $125. Fan messages appear once for 8-10 seconds on the main videoboard during a designated inning break. Messages can be up to 60 characters including spaces and punctuation. Each message will display center-justified in all capital letters, formatted to ensure the heart of the sentiment shines. Email **[email protected]** for more information. To order a message visit: www.sfgiants.com/experiences.
The San Francisco Giants Fantasy Camp is held every year in Arizona.
Participants receive their own Giants uniform and take infield and batting practice with former Major Leaguers. They even play in an actual game with the former stars. For more information on the Fantasy Camp program call (650) 342-5443.
Located at Seals Plaza/Marina Gate (China Basin Ferry Landing).
Visit www.sfgiants.com/transportation for Ferry information.
- Right Field 309 feet
- Right Field Power Alley 365 feet
- Right Center Field 415 feet (triples alley)
- Center Field 391 feet
- Left Center Field 399 feet
- Left Field Power Alley 354 feet
- Left Field Foul Line 339 feet
Out of courtesy to our neighbors, all post-game fireworks shows must begin by 11:00pm (Sunday - Thursday nights) and by 11:30pm (Friday and Saturday nights and evenings before a holiday). A standard fireworks show lasts approximately 15 minutes. Any fireworks show that cannot be started by these times will be cancelled. Fans in the ballpark will be notified as the deadline approaches and when a decision has been made.
The First Aid Station, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 132, is open during all baseball games to provide evaluation and treatment to guests for minor medical needs. Dignity Health's physicians, nurses and emergency medical personnel are based in the First Aid Station. King American Ambulance Service is available for medical emergencies.
First Game Certificates
The Giants welcome you to your first game! Commemorate the occasion with a first game certificate! Click here to create yours now. The Certificate will be emailed to you to share with the recipient digitally or in person. Create as many Certificates as you want!
Folding chairs (with legs) are not allowed in the ballpark.
Food and Beverages
- Concessions can be ordered from your seat via a mobile device or at the stand directly. Popular menu items include: Doggie Diner - The perfect place for just a good old Giants Dog, nachos, pretzels and peanuts. These stands are named after the famous Doggie Diners that were once popular in San Francisco, known for their gigantic Doggie signs
- Ghirardelli Chocolate - The San Francisco classic - vanilla ice cream, warm Ghirardelli fudge, topped with a cherry. Will also have waffle cones and gourmet hot chocolate.
- Gilroy Garlic Fries - The signature dish and smell of Oracle Park are made with fresh garlic and parsley, which are cut daily, and prepared in oil containing no trans-fat.
- Great House of Brews - will have domestic brews, premium bottled brews, craft brews, hard seltzer, wine, and canned cocktails available.
- John J. McGraw Derby Grill - Hall of Fame Manager John J. McGraw inspired this American grill, featuring premium hot dogs and sausages, burgers, fries, beer and peanuts. The Field Club Derby Grill also serves the Impossible Burger, the juicy plant-based burger that tastes impossibly like beef.
- Mission Street Taqueria - Home of Giants nachos and burrito bowls
- Slice House by Tony Gemignani - Serving handmade New York style pizza. Plain or pepperoni pizza is available by the slice, or purchase a whole pizza.
Four One Five
The San Francisco Giants represent the 415 area code with pride and passion. Inside Oracle Park, you can combine your fandom of the Giants with admiration for the Bay Area.
2022 members receive a set of vouchers redeemable for tickets in The 415, exclusive access to The 415 Bullpen Terrace, early entry, an exclusive branded gift, discounted ticket offers, specials on food and beverages, and invitations to members-only live events/digital experiences.
Overall, membership to The 415 provides flexibility in your game selections. Located 415 feet from home plate, the outfield seating area offers a supporters atmosphere.
The main gates at Willie Mays Plaza (including the Suite Lobby and Field Club entrances) open two hours before game time. The Marina, O'Doul and Second and King Gates open 90 minutes before game time. For those who are interested in catching batting practice or maximizing your time in the park, please use the Willie Mays Gates. During popular promotional giveaways, all gates will open two hours before game time.
(See also PARKING LOT AND PARK GATES).
Game Used Merchandise (From The Clubhouse)
Founded in 2009, From the Clubhouse is the Official Giants’ Retailer of MLB Authenticated Game-Used & Autographed Memorabilia. Fans have the opportunity to purchase one-of-a kind items including game-used jerseys, bats, balls, helmets and more. All items are collected and documented through the MLB Authentication Program by offering an objective third-party authentication system that guarantees genuine memorabilia for all fans. The From the Clubhouse store is located on the Promenade Level behind home plate. Our experienced and dedicated staff is also available to help you find the perfect item to grow or begin your personal Giants collection via email [email protected], by phone 415-972-2212, or online at mlb.com/giants/fans/auction.
The Garden At Oracle Park
Located behind Centerfield below the main scoreboard, the Garden at Oracle Park is a first-of-its-kind mini-farm and outdoor classroom. The Giants and Bon Appétit Management Company created the 4,320-square-foot Garden to provide a platform for community engagement and education as well as 50+ kinds of fresh produce throughout the year. On Gamedays, visit the Garden’s bar and concession stands.
Giants Baseball Camps
The San Francisco Giants offer youth baseball camps in Northern California for boys and girls ages 3-12. Featuring the highest caliber staff, Giants Baseball Camps are the perfect combination of baseball instruction, competition, and fun! Each camper receives an official Giants uniform and participates in a chartered bus trip to Oracle Park for a VIP tour and chance to meet a current or former Giants player. Please visit sfgiants.com/camps, or call 415-800-2014, for more information.
Giants Community Fund
The Giants Community Fund collaborates with the San Francisco Giants by using baseball as a forum to encourage underserved youth and their families to live healthy, productive lives. The Fund supports Junior Giants leagues throughout Northern California, Nevada and Oregon and provides assistance to targeted community initiatives in the areas of Education, Health and Violence Prevention.
Since its inception in 1991, the Fund has donated over $24 million to community efforts. The Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is managed by a 30-member Board of Directors, and is sustained by contributions from individuals, businesses and foundations through a number of special partnerships and fundraisers.
Please visit jrgiants.org for more information.
Giants Dugout Stores
The Giants Dugout stores are the Official Retailer of the San Francisco Giants! Our flagship store located at Oracle Park is open seven days a week. Giants Dugout stores offer the widest selection of officially licensed Giants merchandise, including caps, jerseys, jackets, and more! Allow our expert staff to help you with all of our Orange and Black needs!
Giants Enterprises is dedicated to developing opportunities for the San Francisco Giants organization beyond the operation of the Major League Baseball franchise. A wholly owned subsidiary, Giants Enterprises is charged with finding ways to utilize Oracle Park and other Bay Area venues that will be complementary to Major League Baseball and sensitive to the surrounding neighborhood. This includes serving as an extension to the existing convention, meeting and event space for activities such as special events, receptions, and corporate and family entertainment shows. All employee policies pertaining to codes of conduct apply to all ballpark events.
For more information, please call (415) 972-1800, or visit giantsenterprises.com.
Giants gift cards are currently unavailable for purchase. This includes online, in Dugout Stores, or over the phone. If you already have a Giants gift card, see below for where it can be redeemed. Giants gift cards can be used to purchase merchandise and Giants tickets at Oracle Park. Learn more.
The Gotham Club is a private, speakeasy-style social club that provides members-only experiences while celebrating the rich history of the Giants franchise. Members receive game-day access to the following Club spaces throughout Oracle Park: The Clubhouse is located behind the out-of-town scoreboard and can be accessed via an exterior Portwalk entrance, adjacent to the Alaska Airlines Loft, or through an interior entrance near Landers Landing. The Bullpen is located on the right field warning track, but is not currently in operation for the 2021 season. The Game Room is located on the Oracle Suite Level and may be accessed via the Willie Mays Suite Lobby elevators. For more information, please call (415) 972-1883 or visit gc1883.com.
The Giants are committed to making Oracle Park the "greenest" ballpark in the country by making environmental stewardship a top priority.
Achievements: The Giants have been awarded 13 Green Glove Awards in recognition of their industry leading recycling efforts by the MLB Sustainable Operations Committee of MLB Stadium Operations Directors. The Giants consistently maintain one of the highest recycling rates in Major League Baseball by diverting most waste away from landfills. The Giants diverted 93% of trash from landfill during the 2019 season. In 2012, the Giants were awarded the WRAP Award, The Waste Reduction Awards Program, administered by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (Cal Recycle) for outstanding waste reduction efforts. Also in 2012 the Giants won The Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Award (GEELA), California's highest environmental honor. The program recognizes individuals, organizations, and businesses that have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made notable, voluntary contributions in conserving California's precious resources, protecting and enhancing our environment, building public-private partnerships and strengthening the State's economy. All awards are on the Club Level behind home plate in a sustainable display case.
LEED EBO&M Certification: The Giants, in partnership with PG&E and ABM, became the FIRST major league ballpark to receive U.S. Green Building Council certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Existing Buildings, Operations and Maintenance (EBO&M).
In 2019, Oracle Park achieved LEED Platinum Certification for Existing Building Operations and Management, making Oracle Park the first Major League Baseball stadium to achieve this honor. The certification was achieved through numerous greening and sustainability programs the park has implemented and refined throughout the years since its first LEED Silver Certification in 2010 and LEED Gold Certification in 2015.
Green Garlic Fries Anyone? Sustainable Concession Stand: The Giants, in partnership with PG&E, ABM, Centerplate, Henny Penny and Coca-Cola, turned one of its most popular concession stands; the Gilroy Garlic Fries stand (Promenade Level, Section 119) into the ballpark's FIRST sustainable stand. This 550-square foot sustainable stand was completely retrofitted with Henny Penny Open Fryers, which reduce gas consumption by 32 percent, cut utility cost by more than half and automatically reduce cooking oil consumption by 12 percent. Coca-Cola's Energy Management System Cooler saves up to 35 percent more energy than traditional models. The standard lights were replaced with High Lumen lights and ballast lamp starters, which are the most efficient tube (T8) lights and starters available and use 36.5 percent less electricity. The signage in the stand, provided by EcoSignWorks.com, is made on 100 percent biodegradable and recyclable materials. The drink cups are recyclable and the paper boats and carry trays are compostable. The paint used to repaint the stand "green" is environmentally friendly. In all, the stand's energy efficient appliances save enough energy to fry an additional 110 tons of garlic fries. Approximately, 800 pounds of garlic fries are prepared in this stand per game.
Green Team presented by Coors Light: The GREEN TEAM presented by Coors Light was established in 2009. The GREEN TEAM is composed of all employees who are easily identified by their unique uniforms made from recycled materials. The Green Team proactively works with ballpark guests to assist with their recycling and composting of trash.
Recycling: The Giants are successful in diverting 94% percent of waste from going to landfill through an aggressive recycling and composting program that operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Recyclables and compostable trash include cans, bottles, plastic cups, cardboard, paper, wood pallets, electronic components, light bulbs, batteries, cooking grease, food waste and grass clippings.
*_Solar Power: *_The Giants, in partnership with PG&E, became the first MLB ballpark to install a solar system that generates green energy for PG&E customers in the City and County of San Francisco. PG&E installed 590 Sharp solar panels in three areas of Oracle Park - on the Port walk along McCovey Cove, on a canopy over the Willie Mays pedestrian ramp and on the roof of the Giants Building. Since its installation in 2007, the solar system has provided enough energy to power over 5,200 homes, and avoids the emission of over 360,000 pounds of greenhouse gases.
Energy Efficiency: Since Oracle Park opened in 2000, improvements in energy efficiency have been a daily priority of the ballpark operations team, especially in the area of lighting retrofits. The fan experience has continually been enhanced throughout the years with the addition of party suites, food offerings, and game presentation (i.e., HD Scoreboard), and the additions have
actually resulted in decreased energy usage. The lighting retrofits completed at Oracle Park have saved over 200,000-kilowatt hours of energy usage, which is the equivalent of powering 30 homes for a year. Retrofit projects have included replacing several hundred incandescent lights with compact fluorescent lamps, installing motion sensor lighting, replacing concourse signage lighting with an infrared-type high output lamp controlled by a low output ballast, installing Dyson hand dryers in designated bathrooms and stripe curtains in all walk-in refrigerators. The Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision HD scoreboard, installed in 2007, is 78 percent more efficient than its predecessor. In 2017, the Giants replaced all 556 field light fixtures with LEDs for a saving of several thousand kilowatts a game.
*_Non-Smoking Facility: *_Oracle Park is a non-smoking facility. Electronic cigarettes and vaporizers are included in this prohibition.
Water Conservation: The Giants have implemented a number of water conservation measures in their efforts to maintain one of the best playing fields in baseball. Conservation measures include: The installation of an irrigation clock, which receives weather conditions, including evaporation-transpiration information, from five different weather stations. It uses this information, coupled with the measured site data, to establish zone watering times. This has resulted in a 33 to 50 percent drop in irrigation water usage. The usage of an amended infield mix from a 66% sand, 20% silt and 14% clay to a 50% sand, 25% silt and 25% clay infield mix. The increase of clay reduces the watering of the field by 33 percent. The usage of an efficient irrigation head results in increased nozzle distribution of water and a pervasive wetting agent that allows the water to infiltrate the soil quicker. The usage of a field wide sub-aeration system that can assist in water retention in the root system of the grass from the maintenance of positive air pressure in the drainage system
m the maintenance of positive air pressure in the drainage system
The Giants are dedicated to providing a high-quality entertainment experience at Oracle Park. Guests interfering with a ball in play, using foul / abusive language, making obscene gestures, wearing culturally insensitive attire, smoking or appearing to be in an impaired condition may be ejected from the ballpark. In addition, any guest entering the field of play or throwing objects in the stands or onto the field, with the exception of home run balls, may face arrest and prosecution.
Guest Services Office
Guest Services personnel are available at the Guest Services Desk, located behind home plate on the Promenade Level, for wheelchair requests, lost and found items, information about public transportation, stroller check, lost or found children and parents, and a variety of other services. Concierge personnel are available to assist guests on the Alaska Airlines Club and Oracle Suite levels, near the Willie Mays elevators.
Historical Ballpark Comparisons
- Polo Grounds: June 28, 1911 to Sept. 18, 1962
- Seals Stadium: April 15, 1958 to Sept. 20, 1959
- Candlestick Park: April 12, 1960 to Sept. 30, 1999
- Oracle Park: April 11, 2000 to present
- Scottsdale Stadium: March 12, 1992 to present (Spring Training ballpark)
Due to safety issues, hoverboards are prohibited in Oracle Park.
Jim Beam Baseline Box
The Jim Beam BaselineBox is a 30-person private box located below field level adjacent to the visitor's bullpen, directly in front of Sections 105 and 106. Guests can rent the box on a game-by-game basis. Included in the cost of the box rental are 30 game tickets, four VIP Parking passes, and one case each of beer, soda and water. A limited catering menu is available. For additional information and pricing, guests may call Executive Sales at
Junior Giants, the flagship program of the Giants Community Fund, is a free, non-competitive program serving youth 5-18 years old, both in the inner cities and rural areas in California, Nevada, and Oregon. Along with the fundamentals of baseball, the leagues stress character development, literacy and healthy living. Visit jrgiants.org to find a league near you.
Kids Run The Bases
After every Sunday day game, weather permitting, children age 14 and under can run the bases. Please be aware of any particular circumstances that may affect this event such as a change in game time. Refer to the Giants current season schedule for any affected dates. Children and their parents must exit the ballpark after the game and re-enter at the right field viewing portal from the Portwalk. After guests have finished running the bases, they will be directed out of the ballpark by event staff behind home plate. The promotion is held at the discretion of management.
King Street Window Displays
Six window displays are located in the ballpark at street level along King Street, and house a series of informative exhibits.
Guests are prohibited from bringing knives of any size or kind into the ballpark.
Konica Minolta Hub
Located on the Suite Level, The Konica Minolta Hub, is the combination of suites 55- 57. The Hub provides the unique experience of combining three Traditional Suites - with a reception area worthy of hosting your most important guests. Enjoy luxurious amenities and stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and McCovey Cove, as well as traditional stadium seating to enjoy the one-of-a-kind ballpark setting of Oracle Park.
Laser pointers are not allowed in the ballpark.
Lefty O'Doul Plaza - Bridge
Lefty O'Doul Plaza is located at Third and Berry streets. The Lefty O'Doul Bridge is adjacent to the Lefty O'Doul Plaza entrance to Oracle Park and is the primary connector between the ballpark and the Giants parking lots. Joseph Strauss, who also designed the better-known Golden Gate Bridge, designed the historic bridge, which opened in 1933. The Lefty O'Doul Bridge is a working drawbridge that once carried streetcar and train traffic in addition to automobiles and pedestrians. During a recent renovation, two lanes of the bridge were outfitted with a pedestrian-friendly surface to accommodate the thousands of baseball guests who walk over the bridge from the parking lots to Oracle Park. The bridge is named after Francis Joseph "Lefty" O'Doul, one of San Francisco's most popular ballplayers. Lefty O'Doul's baseball career spanned five decades and included time in uniform as a pitcher, an outfielder, and manager. O'Doul spent parts of three seasons with the New York Giants, and played for and managed the Pacific Coast League's San Francisco Seals. In his most memorable Major League season, O'Doul batted .398 and hit 32 home runs in 1929.
Located on the Alaska Airlines Club Level in Sections 233 and 234, this high-end entertainment space can accommodate up to 100 guests in one space, or can be divided into two spaces, which can each accommodate up to 50 guests. The Legends Club features retractable folding glass partitions that open onto a terraced patio. It is available on a per-game basis. For rental information please call 415-972-2298.
Buster Posey - The Giants first LEGO statue was installed in Oracle Park in 2015. The statue, currently located on the View Level Concourse near section 320, weighs 85 pounds and is 193 LEGO bricks tall. The Buster Posey statue took a total of 210 hours to design and build and is made up of over 15,000 LEGO bricks.
Madison Bumgarner – The Giants second LEGO statue was installed in Oracle Park in 2016. The statue, currently located on the View Level Concourse near section 320, weighs 180 pounds and is 158 LEGO bricks tall. The Madison Bumgarner statue took a total of 300 hours to design and build and is made up of over 36,000 LEGO bricks.
The right field section of Oracle Park is named "Levi's® Landing." Levi's® Landing features the ballpark's signature right field wall and arcade. The Splash Hits counter keeps track of Giants home runs hit into McCovey Cove.
Previously the umpires' clubhouse, this space has been transformed to provide private field level access for the Giants' Lexus Dugout Club customers and to create an exclusive place for them to enjoy food and beverage throughout the game. In addition, the last row of seats in the lower box seating areas around the Promenade Level have been removed to create more space for fans to circulate and socialize.
A total of 556 LED lights illuminate the playing field at Oracle Park. The fixtures are installed on five light standards, the tallest of which measures 178 feet. Special lighting technology allows for intense lighting of the inside of the ballpark and very little light leakage into the surrounding neighborhood.
Assisted listening devices are available at no charge upon request at the Guest Services Station located on the Promenade Level behind home plate. A valid credit card or acceptable form of picture identification (e.g., valid driver's license or non-driver government-issued photo ID card) is required as a deposit.
Lost and Found
To report or claim a lost item during, or after, an event or home game, please visit the Lost and Found section of the Giants website. Found items left after games or events will be held for two weeks. Any unclaimed items remaining after that time period will be donated to charity or discarded. Items may only be picked up at Oracle Park during Giants business hours. Guests will also have the option to have items shipped back at their expense. Guests who lost an item in a Luxury Suite may call the Luxury Suite Office at (415) 972-2100. Guests will be contacted only if the item is found.
Lost Children and Parents
Every child should be told to contact the nearest Ballpark staff member should he or she become lost. Parents looking for a lost child should go to the Guest Services Station located behind home plate on the Promenade level. Guests may also obtain a wristband, on which a child's seat location can be recorded from the Fan Lot, and at the Guest Services Station located behind home plate on the Promenade Level.
Lou Seal, the Giants zany, lovable mascot, is available for personal appearances during the off-season and when the Giants are on the road, as well as seat visits during Giants home games. All appearances will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call (415) 972-2349 for more information.
In conjunction with MLB's focus on spectator safety the Giants introduced walk-through magnetometer screening in 2014.. Guests are strongly encouraged to arrive early and to allow additional time to enter the ballpark.
March 24, 1926 - June 21, 2003
Marjorie Wallace, also known as Ballpark Marge, the No. 1 Giants Fan, passed away in 2003 at the age of 77. Marge was a longtime fixture at San Francisco Giants games. She began watching the Giants in 1960 and rarely missed a game at Candlestick Park and Oracle Park. Marge became a big part of the Giants family, arriving hours before each game. She was given her own personal chair in front of the Giants clubhouse, where she sat and greeted the players with high-fives as they arrived to the ballpark. Marge is missed, but never forgotten. A plaque with her picture hangs outside the clubhouse door, above where she used to sit, in Marge's memory.
Located behind the right field foul pole, this area of the China Basin Channel is affectionately referred to as McCovey Cove in honor of Giants fan favorite, first baseman Willie McCovey. It is approximately 355 feet down the right field line from home plate to McCovey Cove. The cove is about 20 feet deep in the boat channel at the average low tide and 28 feet deep at the average high tide. The water temperature averages 58˚ Fahrenheit.
The San Francisco Giants Media Guide provides a history of the franchise, with updated biographies and statistics on every player in the Giants organization. The guide is available through the Giants website here.
Giants merchandise can be purchased at Giants Dugout Stores, online at sfgiants.com, or at in-park merchandise kiosks. Guests will find a wide variety of gifts and souvenirs at Oracle Park's 15 merchandise locations, including two Clubhouse stores located behind home plate on the Promenade and View levels.
Minor League Affiliates
The Giants have seven minor league affiliates:
- Sacramento River Cats - AAA West League
- Richmond Flying Squirrels - AA Northeast League
- Eugene Emeralds - (High) A West League
- Augusta Green Jackets - (Low) A West League
- AZL Black & AZL Orange - (Rookie) (Complex League)
- DSL Giants(Black) & DSL Giants (Orange) - (Rookie) Dominican Summer League
Mission Rock, a partnership between the Port of San Francisco and the San Francisco Giants, is the culmination of over ten years of community planning to envision the future of our ballpark neighborhood. Mission Rock will transform the parking lot that is known as Lot A into a mixed-use neighborhood that will include 40% affordable housing, waterfront parks and open space, restaurants and retail, and other fan amenities. Game day parking will be replaced in a structured garage on the site.
The San Francisco Giants are dedicated to enriching our community through innovation and excellence on and off the field.
Mother's Nursing Location
This area is located at the Alaska Airlines Club Level Guest Services Desk adjacent to the Willie Mays elevator. While the Alaska Airlines Club Level is accessible to Alaska Airlines Club Level ticket holders only, this space is open to all nursing mothers. Non Alaska Airlines Club Level ticket holders may access the lounge from the Willie Mays elevator or adjoining stairwell.
Soloists, groups and instrumentalists are encouraged to submit an application through the online portal. Please note, due to the number of submissions received, you will only be contacted if you are selected.
Due to the high volume of submissions received, you will only be contacted if selected.
Nets and Ropes
Nets, ropes, and any other devices used to obtain objects from the field are not permitted at any time, including batting practice.
For the comfort and enjoyment of all guests, noisemakers of any kind (i.e., air horns, etc.) are prohibited at Oracle Park.
Oracle Suite Level
Located on the fourth level of the ballpark are Oracle Park's 61 private luxury suites. Suite number 1 (the Tony Bennett Suite) through number 61 provide the ultimate place to entertain friends, family or business associates. Suites hold 12-30 people and are equipped with 3 televisions, dual-line telephones, and refrigerator. Other amenities include: in-suite catering, Alaska Airlines Club Level access, concierge service and priority reserved parking spaces. Outside food and beverage is not permitted on the Oracle Suite Level.
Located behind the centerfield bleachers, the walk-in Peet's Café serves as a gathering spot for fans during the game who want to follow the worldwide social media chatter about the team, players, coaches and all things related to the #SFGiants and Major League Baseball.
Portwalk Access And Policies
The Portwalk, located beyond the outfield wall, is one of the ballpark's most unique features. Guests can take in sweeping views of the bay while strolling along the water's edge. They can also stop to take an occasional peek at the ballgame in the tradition of the old knothole gang. Guests may view a ballgame, free of charge, for up to three innings or longer, depending on the size of the crowd. All guests are subject to security screening in the free viewing area. No alcoholic beverages (which includes non-alcoholic beer and wine), cans or bottles are allowed in the viewing portal area.
The following rules apply to the Portwalk area:
- Chairs, swimming, feeding of wildlife, private boat docking and fishing are prohibited in this area.
- Vendors must obtain the proper permit before they can peddle goods along the Portwalk.
- Giants management reserves the right to change or modify this policy as necessary.
- Fishing is allowed off of the north pier adjacent to the South Beach Marina. Docking and launching of private vessels is available at the Recreational Boating Facility at Pier 38. Please call the Harbormaster at (415) 495-4911 for more information.
Press Boxes are located on the Promenade and Alaska Airlines Club Levels.
Credentials: Credentials: Credentials will be issued only to legitimate media. Season credentials will be issued only to those news agencies that cover the Giants on a daily basis. All requests for regular season media and photo credentials must be submitted on Major League Baseball's online credential site: https://credentials.MLB. Media that do not receive full-season Giants credentials may obtain single credentials. Media will need to apply on the website 48 hours in advance of each game requested. Daily media credentials are subject to availability. All daily media credentials can be picked up at the Media Credential Distribution Center, located adjacent to the Dignity Health Center on the Portwalk. Credentials must be visibly worn at all times.
Bob Stevens Press Box: Bob Stevens Press Box: The Bob Stevens Press Box is located on the Promenade Level of Oracle Park, directly above Sections 113-117. The entrance to the press box can be accessed via the media elevator or adjacent stairwell from the Blue Shield Field Club Level walkway. The press box is a working area for the news media and no cheering or other distracting noise is permitted at any time. Anyone violating this policy will be asked to leave the premises. Persons without credentials will not be admitted.
Hodges-Simmons Broadcast Center: All broadcast booths for live game coverage are located at the Hodges-Simmons Broadcast Center on the Alaska Airlines Club Level of Oracle Park (one level above the press box). From the Blue Shield Field Club Level walkway, take the media elevator or adjacent stairwell to the Alaska Airlines Club Level to access the broadcast booths. Persons without credentials will not be admitted. Booth 10 is the Visiting General Manager's box. The Broadcast Center can also be accessed from the Alaska Airlines Club Level near Section 219.
Sam Skinner Media Lounge: The Sam Skinner Media Lounge is located directly behind the broadcast booths on the Alaska Airlines Club Level. The lounge is open for pre-game meal service beginning two hours prior to game time to accredited media members only. There is a nominal charge for meals.
Nick Peters Media Interview Room: The Nick Peters Media Interview Room is located adjacent to the Giants clubhouse on the Blue Shield Field Club (service) level of the ballpark. The room will be used for media conferences and other special interviews.
Broadcast Booth Passes: Radio and television announcers of the home and visiting clubs who wish to have guests in the broadcast booth must obtain broadcast booth passes. Broadcasters should make arrangements with their respective club media relations representative(s) in advance. Individuals without the appropriate credentials will not be admitted.
Adjacent to the Press Box, this premium space accommodates 30 guests and includes Food & Beverage credit within each ticket. Located in Lower Box 119, it has a great view from behind home plate. For more information about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.
On the 250+ days when baseball isn't being played, Oracle Park provides an unparalleled setting for any type of private event - from a fantasy batting practice for your company to a corporate meeting or reception. Equipped with modern amenities and perfectly located on the waterfront with sweeping views of the bay, our professional event staff can assist you in coordinating a memorable experience for you and your guests.
Please call (415) 972-1800 for more information, or visit giantsenterprises.com.
For fan safety and enjoyment, the following items are prohibited at Oracle Park:
- Aerosol Cans (including sunscreen)
- Air Horns
- Alcoholic beverages
- Aluminum or glass
- Bags or containers measuring OVER 16" x 16" x 8"
- Beach Balls
- Flags with poles not sold in the Dugout Store
- Folding chairs
- Hard-sided coolers
- Illegal Drugs
- Laser Pointers
- Nets, ropes, and any other device used to obtain objects from the field
- Sunscreen in aerosol cans
- Weapons of any kind
- Additional items at the discretion of Giants management
The Promenade Level is the main concourse level at Oracle Park.
Promenade Patio Tables
Located behind Sections 107 and 135 on the Promenade Level, these patio tables accommodate 4 guests each. For more information about these premium spaces, please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.
Public House has reopened for the 2021 season. Operated by Bon Appétit Management Company, Public House is a modern pub designed to be a year-round destination for great sports watching. It offers one of the largest draft beer and cask ale arrays in San Francisco, with 24 beers on tap and more than 100 bottled varieties - many of them hard-to-find local and/or craft varieties - plus a full bar. Overseen by James Beard award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins, Public House's menu includes burgers, sandwiches, delicious salads, and more. Giants fans can head straight to the game via Public House's special entrance into Oracle Park! Please note that gate giveaways are not available through this entrance.
Our 50/50 Raffle is back for the 2021 season! The Giants Community Fund 50/50 Raffle gives fans the opportunity to support their communities while offering a chance to walk away with a cash prize - it’s a win-win! 50/50 Raffle Tickets will be sold from the time the ballpark gates open until the last out of the sixth inning. Tickets are sold at 5 for $10, 20 for $20 and 80 for $40. The winning number will be announced in the 8th inning. Learn more about our 50/50 Raffle here.
You can purchase your tickets from a 50/50 Raffle Team Member or at a kiosk located around the ballpark.
Re-Entering the Ballpark
Re-entry to Oracle Park is not permitted. Exceptions for medical or ADA needs will be allowed, subject to re-screening by security through any of the entry gates. Please have your ticket, or hand, stamped by security personnel prior to exiting.
Guests re-entering the ballpark will be screened.
There are 52 public restrooms (21 for men, 21 for women and 10 family) located on all levels throughout the ballpark. All public restrooms are accessible. Restrooms on the Promenade and View levels are painted yellow for easy identification, and all contain baby-changing tables.
Women's Restroom locations:
- Field: Section 108, 119; under Bleachers at Section 142
- Promenade: Sections 107, 126, 131, 116 (by Willie Mays Tower)
- Alaska Airlines Club: Sections 204, 213, 218, 226, 234
- Oracle Luxury Suite: Suites 6, 33, 55
- View: Sections 305, 313, 319, 324, 330
Men's Restroom locations:
- Field Level: Sections 110, 124; Bleachers at Section 142
- Promenade: Sections 110, 123, 133, and 116 (by Willie Mays Tower)
- Alaska Airlines Club: Sections 204, 213, 218, 227, 234
- Oracle Suite Level: Suites 10, 30, 58
- View Level: Sections 305, 311, 321, 328, 331
Family Restroom locations:
- Field Level: Section 113
- Promenade: Sections 126, 107 (exit area to Lefty O'Doul Plaza) Section 142 (near center field scoreboard area)
- Alaska Airlines Club: Sections 213, 229
- Oracle Luxury Suite: Suites 10, 48
- View Level: Sections 313, 319
Rollerblades / Inline Skates
Guests must remove their inline skates prior to entering Oracle Park. Guests will be expected to store their skates safely under their seats.
Rounding Third Wristbands
The San Francisco Giants have implemented a name/seat location/phone number wristband program to help reunite children with their parents/guardians if they become separated at the ballpark. Orange wristbands can be obtained at the Guest Services Desk behind home plate on the Promenade Level and at the Fan Lot.
Rules at the Game
Please remind guests that Giants staff and the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) will enforce the following ballpark rules:
- No alcohol (this includes non-alcoholic beer and wine) or illegal drugs may be brought into Oracle Park. Anyone found drinking under the legal age, using illegal drugs, or breaking any other laws, will be subject to immediate ejection and criminal prosecution. Any guest perceived to be in an intoxicated or impaired state may be denied admission to the park.
- Oracle Park is a Smoke-Free ballpark. Electronic smoking and smoking by vaporization are included in this "Smoke-Free" designation and are prohibited. Guests who fail to comply with Oracle Park's No-Smoking policy may be asked to exit the ballpark.
- The Giants are proud of the rich diversity of our fan base who cheer us on at Oracle Park. It is in this spirit that we urge all fans to be mindful and respectful of each other. Any fan wearing culturally insensitive attire, using obscene or abusive language, engaging in antisocial conduct offensive to those around them or displaying any other offensive behavior is subject to removal from the ballpark. If you observe a fan acting in this manner, please contact the nearest Giants Guest Services or Security employee to report the issue.
- Guests entering, or attempting to enter, the playing field, or other areas which they are unauthorized to enter, or who throw (or attempt to throw) objects, with the exception of home run balls, in the stands or onto the field, are subject to ejection and prosecution . Fans interfering while a ball is in play are subject to ejection.
- Guests should keep their tickets with them at all times. Tickets must be shown to ballpark employees and SFPD personnel upon request.
- Sealed plastic bottles and soft-sided juice containers containing non-alcoholic beverages are allowed in Oracle Park. Unsealed plastic bottles and soft-sided containers will be subject to inspection and may be confiscated. Glass and metal cans are not permitted. Alcoholic beverages cannot be brought into the ballpark.
- Items intended for sale or trade may not be brought onto Oracle Park property, including the main parking lot, without a permit or license.
- No backpacks or hard sided coolers are permitted. Other bags, including purses, briefcases, soft-sided coolers, and diaper bags that are smaller than 16x16x8, are allowed. Permitted bags will be searched before entering the park. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to allow additional time when entering the park.
Salesforce Champions Suite
This individual game Suite is located on the Promenade Level with the entrance near seating section 112. It is available for rent on a per-game basis. Call (415) 972-2298 for complete details. The price of the rental includes 30 game tickets and four parking passes.
In 2019, the Giants installed a new Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision video board in centerfield. The new display measures 153' wide and 72' high, and is the third largest display in MLB. It features 10,091,520 pixels spread over 10,700 square feet and is the first 4K-capable video board in baseball. Above the Diamond Vision is an 18' diameter LED circle, replacing the clock that resided there for the prior 19 seasons.
This large plaza is located on the Promenade Level directly behind the main scoreboard beyond centerfield.
Seals Plaza at Marina Gate
Located behind center field, this waterfront entrance to the ballpark features a statue honoring San Francisco's first professional baseball team-the Seals. Designed by Alfredo Osorio, the statue is a likeness of the team's logo-a seal balancing a baseball on its nose. Seals Plaza is also the entrance to the China Basin Ferry Terminal.
Second and King Street Gate - Plaza
The Second Street Gate is located at Second and King Streets and is one of four elevator entrances to the ballpark. The plaza area is the only plaza at Oracle Park located inside the park's gates. A ramp and elevator are available for accessible use to the Oracle Luxury Suites at this entrance. There is no Blue Shield Field Club Level access at this entrance.
To report a security issue please find the nearest Giants Guest Services or Security employee. Guests may also utilize our Text to Security program by texting their issue and location to (415) 238-6900. A discreet and effective response will be forthcoming. Msg & data rates may apply.
Located behind Section 131 in the stairwell off the Promenade Level, the Security Office opens when gates open to the public, and remains open until approximately one hour after the completion of the game.
Skateboards/Razor Scooters/Gopeds, Etc.
Skateboarding and scooter riding in Oracle Park are prohibited. Guests may bring skateboards/scooters to the ballpark as long as they can be conveniently and safely stored under the seat. Hoverboards are not permitted inside the park. Razor scooters are allowed into the ballpark, but must be collapsed at all times when it is within the ballpark. It must be stowed so as not to obstruct other guest's ingress and egress while seated. Electric scooters (not used for a disability) are not allowed in the ballpark.
In accordance with San Francisco City Ordinance, Oracle Park is a SMOKE-FREE facility with no internal smoking areas. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the ballpark. Electronic cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, and vaporizers are included in this prohibition. The ballpark smoking policy is subject to change at the discretion of Giants management.
To connect with the Giants on social media, visit the Peet's Café on game days or sfgiants.com/connect.
Strollers are allowed into the ballpark. Fold-up strollers should be stored under the seat. Non-folding strollers can be stored at the following locations: Guest Services Station on the Promenade Level behind Home Plate,
Sun Screen Dispensers
Throughout the levels of Oracle Park guests’ will have access to sunscreen dispensers to help protect their skin on those bright and sunny days. Dispensers can be found in the following areas on afternoon game days:
Blue Shield Field Club: Near the tunnel doors to section 113 and 115
Lower Centerfield: Near the entrance to section 140 and across from the Garden
Promenade Level: At the top of the O’Doul stairs near section 106, near sections 112, 126, 133, and 145. As well as by the Guest Services Office behind home plate and the entrance ramp to the Fan Lot Slides.
Alaska Airlines Club Level: near the entrance to sections 208, 220, and 228. Also, at the Guest Services desk behind home plate.
View level: near the entrance to sections 304, 310, 321, and 327. Also, outside the Merchandise store behind home plate.
Informal tailgating is allowed in Lots A & C within the area immediately around one’s vehicle. Tailgating must not interfere with other parking spaces or drive aisles.Tailgating is not permitted in Pier 48, Pier 30/32 or One Bryant.
Toyota Fan Zone Video Board: A new Mitsubishi Diamond Vision display, measuring 10'x16' was installed in the Toyota Fan Zone in 2017. With an 8mm pixel pitch, this is the highest resolution video board at Oracle Park.
Giants Wi-Fi Network: The Giants have installed over 1,600 Wi-Fi access points at Oracle Park, creating one of the largest public wireless hotspots in the world. Free Internet access is available to any fan that brings a smartphone, laptop, tablet, or other Wi-Fi enabled mobile device to the ballpark. In addition to Internet access, the Oracle Park Wi-Fi Network enables fans to enjoy all the features of the top selling sports app of all-time, MLB At Bat along with the official ballpark companion app, MLB Ballpark. Access to the Wi-Fi network is free, just connect your mobile device to the "OracleParkWiFi" SSID.
Mobile App: The Ballpark app is the official mobile app of Major League Baseball and the #1 sports app of all-time, featuring live video (with an MLB.TV subscription) and radio broadcasts, along with an enhanced video library, scores and schedules, breaking news, interactive rosters, player stats, personalizing fans' experiences with mobile check-in, social media and additional exclusive content.
TVs: There are over 700 flat-panels, fan-accessible high-definition televisions located throughout AT&T Park. They consist of a variety of Sharp, Samsung, and Planar LCD and LED units, which range in size from 17" to 80".
Text To Security
To report a security issue guests may utilize our Text to Security program by texting their issue and location to (415) 238-6900. A discreet and effective response will be forthcoming. Msg & data rates may apply.
Thermoses and Canteens
Metal and glass containers including cans, bottles, jars, thermoses, canteens and water bottles are not permitted in the ballpark. Thermoses and canteens made of permitted materials will be allowed into the ballpark but the contents will need to be screened by security staff.
Accessible Seating Locations: ASL are comprised of two ticketed locations - one (1) wheelchair space and one (1) companion seat located to the immediate right or left and shoulder-to-shoulder with the wheelchair space. Subjection to availability, additional tickets may be purchased in the same row or location as the ASL. Accessible seats can be purchased online at sfgiants.com or by calling (415) 972-2209.
Charter Seats: Fans who purchased the 15,000 designated charter seats at Oracle Park, the best seats in the ballpark, bought the right to own their seats for life.
Dynamic Pricing: Dynamic pricing allows the Giants to adjust ticket prices based on market demand. The Giants use a model created by Texas-based Qcue Corporation to determine ticket prices. Dynamic pricing gives the team flexibility to keep pace with the secondary ticket market and to adjust ticket prices based on unforeseen factors that could affect demand for a specific game, such as team performance, the starting pitcher, promotional giveaways and the day of the week. Please visit www.sfgiants.com for current pricing information.
- In Person: Tickets can be purchased at the Box Office on gamedays only. The Box Office opens 2.5 hours before gametime. Tickets purchased at the Box Office do not include fees.
- Phone: To purchase individual game tickets by phone, please call Customer Service at (415) 972-2209 (M-F, 9am-5pm).
- Online: To purchase tickets online, visit sfgiants.com/tickets.
Rain Checks: Every effort will be made to replay a rained-out or postponed game. If a game is postponed (i.e. due to inclement weather) guests may use their tickets to attend the rescheduled game. If the game is canceled, Season Ticket Members will receive a credit on their account. Tickets purchased with a credit card through the Giants (i.e. at the ballpark ticket office, official Giants website, or at a Giants Dugout Store) will be refunded back to the original card used. Refunds for tickets purchased via cash transactions must be submitted by mail to the Oracle Park Ticket Office at: Oracle Park, Attn: Giants Tickets/Customer Service, 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107.
Stolen Tickets: The Giants can reprint stolen tickets provided the following information can be confirmed: exact game date, section, row, seat, that the original tickets have not entered the ballpark and that the account holder on record approves the request. Reprinting the tickets creates a new barcode thus voiding the stolen tickets.
Ticket Assurance: If any of the games associated with your ticket purchase are canceled, rescheduled, or played without fans, the ticket value for such games will be credited to your account for a future purchase or you may request a refund.
Ticket Exchanges: The Giants do not offer ticket exchanges.
All guests entering Oracle Park must have a ticket, except for children 24 months and younger who must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Tickets must be shown upon request by any Giants Guest Services, Security Staff, and SFPD personnel.
The unauthorized resale of tickets in, on or around Oracle Park property is not permitted under any circumstance and is prohibited by law. The Giants, their affiliates and the San Francisco Police Department will address any such violation appropriately. People caught selling tickets in violation of the law may have their tickets and their right to future tickets to Oracle Park revoked. To avoid using counterfeit or stolen tickets, please purchase tickets through authorized Giants ticket outlets only.
Tony Bennett Suite
The Tony Bennett Suite pays tribute to the iconic singer and his deep connection to San Francisco. Located in Right Field on the Oracle Luxury Suite level, this suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows with breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay, McCovey Cove and the Bay Bridge.
Oracle Park is located in the middle of one of the most vibrant and walkable neighborhoods in the Bay Area, and there are a multitude of convenient and fun ways to get here. Of course, like those in any city, San Francisco roads and rails get busy - it pays to plan ahead. Visit www.sfgiants.com/transportation for more information.
- Uber and Other Ride Hail Services (see https://www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/transportation/uber)
- Bicycles (see https://www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/transportation/biking-to-the-ballpark)
- Public Transit (general info here: https://www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/transportation/taking-transit; soon-to-be-enhanced alerts and real-time information for all agencies here: https://www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/transportation/transit-service-alerts)
- Directions (see www.sfgiants.com/transportation)
- Traffic (see https://www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/transportation/traffic-alerts)
Unlike any other ballpark setting, this on-field space is the perfect place to host your guests before a game. With an all inclusive food and beverage menu, access to the field to watch batting practice and the ability to accommodate 50-300 people, Triples Alley has it all! To top it off 30 minutes before first pitch guests will walk along the right field warning track to reach their Lower Box seat for the game (included with purchase). Call (415) 972-2298 for complete details regarding rental.
Umbrellas are permitted for Giants games. However, because of patron safety and sight line considerations umbrellas are not allowed to be open in the seating areas or obstruct other guest's views.
Viewing Portals (Knothole Gang)*
Fans can watch the games for free through the right field fence , from this first-come, first-served viewing area, reminiscent of the Knothole Gangs of the old-time ballparks. Fans may be cycled through after each three innings or earlier, depending on the size of the crowd. All guests are subject to security screening in the free viewing area. No alcoholic beverages (which includes non-alcoholic beer and wine), cans or bottles are allowed in the viewing portal area.
Wall of Fame
The Giants Wall of Fame serves as a living tribute to the organization's greatest players. It recognizes retired players whose records stand highest among their teammates on the basis of longevity and achievements. Those honored have played a minimum of nine season for the San Francisco Giants, or five seasons with at least one All-Star selection as a Giant. Bronze plaques honoring these players and their baseball contributions line the brick wall of Oracle Park along King Street for all Giants fans to enjoy. There are currently 52 Giants legends who have received the Wall of Fame honor. More Information
Water Conservation at Oracle Park
The Giants are taking measures here at Oracle Park to support statewide water conservation efforts. We have substantially reduced the amount of water used in post-game cleaning, but we need your help in order to maintain a high standard of cleanliness while also reducing water use. You can assist us on game days by disposing of all waste and recyclable items in appropriate receptacles. Please also note that spilled beverages and peanut shells are particularly difficult to clean up without using water so keeping the floor around your seats clean helps us save water.
A new social gathering space with great views of the field, the Bay and McCovey Cove. The destination was created by removing the last few rows of bleachers under the scoreboard and is open to all fans. It will be an ideal location for Ballpark Pass holders to gather and will include a new, premium bar set to debut early in the 2019 season.
With the exception of law enforcement personnel working in a pre-approved event-day capacity and assigned to the event, guests may not bring weapons of any kind into Oracle Park. This prohibition applies to off-duty law enforcement officers and licensed CCW patrons. Under a directive from the San Francisco Police Department, off-duty law enforcement officers who do not have an authorized, working, event-day function are banned from bringing weapons into Oracle Park.
Wheelchair Accessible Seats
Accessible seating options exist throughout the ballpark in all general seating categories and view perspectives (see BALLPARK MAP). Elevators are located at each of the four entrances to the ballpark (see BALLPARK MAP). Guests with disabilities and their companions are given first priority for service at all elevators. Guest Services personnel are posted at each ballpark entrance to assist any customer requiring assistance in locating their seats. Please call (415) 972-2209 for assistance in purchasing accessible seating.
Guest Services staff will be at each of the gates to provide complimentary use of a wheelchair for guests who need assistance getting to their seats. Simply ask a Giants employee at any gate and an attendant will meet you with a wheelchair. Reservations are not accepted. Please notify the nearest aisle attendance 15 minutes prior to departure to confirm a wheelchair is nearby and available for use.
The Giants have installed over 1,600 Wi-Fi access points at Oracle Park, creating one of the largest public wireless hotspots in the world. Free Internet access is available to any fan that brings a smartphone, laptop, tablet, or other Wi-Fi enabled mobile device to the ballpark. In addition to Internet access, the Oracle Park Wi-Fi Network enables fans to enjoy all the features of the top selling sports app of all-time, MLB At Bat along with the official ballpark companion app, MLB Ballpark. Access to the Wi-Fi network is free, just connect your mobile device to the "[email protected]" SSID.
Open on gamedays only, Will Call is located at the Box Office on King Street. Will Call windows open two and a half hours prior to the scheduled first pitch.
World Champions Walk
The World Champions Walk features historical moments shared by Giants fans and memorialized in granite markers in the plazas of Oracle Park, these personalized, engraved bricks compose a walk of parallel lines around the ballpark.
World Series Championship Trophies & Rings
The World Series Championship Trophies, along with the World Championship Rings, from 2010, 2012 & 2014 are on permanent display on the Promenade Level behind home plate.
The Giants Yearbook is full of color photos of the Giants players and information on the front office staff. The yearbook can be purchased at the ballpark, and at all Giants Dugout Stores.