A unique and exciting entertainment experience!
Perfectly situated and centrally located in San Francisco, AT&T Park is one of the most unique venues. The best way to get to AT&T Park is to plan ahead and consider all the transportation options available to you.
In San Francisco
Muni Metro service to the Ballpark is available daily on the E Embarcadero, N Judah and T Third lines. Fans arriving in downtown San Francisco on BART or other Muni lines can transfer to the N or T at Embarcadero Station to continue to the Ballpark. Board trains headed to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale and get off at the King & 2nd St stop. Muni provides additional service on game days beginning two hours before a game until 20 minutes after the start of the game.
The following Muni buses also stop within one block of the Ballpark: 10 Townsend, 30 Stockton, 45 Union/Stockton and 47 Van Ness.
Save time and avoid crowds by purchasing your fare before boarding Muni. MuniMobile is the easiest way buy your tickets for any Muni services instantly before you ride. Skip the lines and buy tickets ahead of time or on the go, then activate when you are ready to ride. With MuniMobile, your phone is your fare. Fans may also use a preloaded Clipper card, or purchase Muni tickets at Embarcadero Station.
For more Muni information and trip planning, visit https://www.sfmta.com/muni.
From the Peninsula and the South Bay - San Mateo and Santa Clara
Take Caltrain from stations throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties directly to the ballpark - the Fourth and King Street Station is one block from the ballpark. Or take BART from Millbrae, SFO, South San Francisco, San Bruno, Colma or Daly City to downtown San Francisco. Then walk or transfer to Muni Metro to the ballpark (transfer from BART to MUNI Metro at Civic Center, Powell, Montgomery or Embarcadero).
There is helpful information at the Caltrain Website
There's also helpful information at the BART website
From the East Bay - Alameda and Contra Costa
Take BART to Embarcadero or Montgomery Stations and walk or transfer to Muni Metro. San Francisco Bay Ferry provides direct service to the ballpark for most games and service to the Ferry Building at other times from Vallejo, Alameda Main Street and Oakland's Jack London Square. For schedules and online ticket purchase and boat reservations visit http://sanfranciscobayferry.com/
AC Transit also provides bus service from many East Bay cities to the Temporary Transbay Terminal, a short walk to the ballpark. For more information, visit www.ACTransit.org.
From the North Bay - Marin and Sonoma
Take Golden Gate Transit's Larkspur Ferry to the ballpark - direct service is available for all games. There's also helpful information at the Golden Gate website ( www.goldengate.org ).
Due to limited parking at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal, fans taking the Golden Gate Ferry to day games during the week should be directed to park in the Corte Madera overflow parking lot (1557 Redwood Highway, adjacent to the Village at Corte Madera). Shuttles will depart the overflow lot at 10:26AM, 10:31AM, 10:36AM, and 10:41AM to meet the 11:00AM Giants Ferry. After the game, shuttles will bring fans back to the overflow lot. No shuttle fare or parking fee will be collected.
Overflow lot dates: April 11; April 25; May 2; and May 16.
GGF is working on securing other lots for games on June 6, 20, and 28; July 11; August 7; and September 12.
From Napa and Solano
For all Saturday and Sunday games, take the dedicated Vallejo Ferry directly to and from the ballpark. Return service from the ballpark is also provided for select weeknight games Monday-Friday. On weekday games, take a regularly scheduled Vallejo ferry to the Ferry Building and walk or take Muni Metro to the ballpark.
There is helpful information at the Vallejo Ferry website
From the Sacramento Area and Silicon Valley
With 17 stops between Auburn/Sacramento and San Jose, the Amtrak-operated Capitol Corridor is a fun and convenient way to travel to San Francisco and AT&T Park. Passengers from the Sacramento area can transfer to BART at the Richmond Station for service into San Francisco, or they can take a dedicated bus from the Emeryville Station that goes to San Francisco's Transbay Terminal, which is about a mile from the ball park. Passengers from San Jose can take the train to the Oakland Coliseum Station and transfer to BART for service into San Francisco. The Capitol Corridor also stops at Oakland's Jack London Square, which is just steps from the San Francisco Bay Ferry. The Capitol Corridor sells discounted BART tickets and Muni tokens on board the train in the Café Car. For more information please visit: www.capitolcorridor.org or call 877-974-3322.