Can I walk-up the day of the tour and buy tickets?
There will be a QR code at the ticket windows at the Box Office that can be scanned to purchase tickets online. Please keep in mind, tour sales cut off at the beginning of the tour time.
Are Nationals Park Tours available during the offseason?
Please check back in March for information on 2024 Nationals Park tours.
Are tours wheelchair accessible?
Yes. All areas visited on ballpark tours are accessible to every guest. If your party or group needs such assistance please provide advance notice and we'll make sure to prepare accordingly for your visit.
Where do Stadium Tours start?
Tours Monday-Sunday will depart from the Media and Suites Entrance located on South Capitol Street SE and Potomac Ave. Any changes will be communicated by the Nationals Park Tour staff.
What's the best way to get to Nationals Park?
There is metered street parking available on all sides of Nationals Park as well as a few parking lots nearby. We strongly recommend public transportation - Metro bus or Metro Train are both minutes away from the ballpark.
If traveling by train:
Take the Green Line to the Navy Yard station. The Navy Yard station is just a half a block away or the Orange, Blue or Silver Line to the Capitol South station, just a 15 minute walk from the Ballpark. Plus, Metro has over 57,000 parking spaces at their Park and Ride lots, Free parking Saturdays, Sundays and Federal holidays in Metro lots.
If traveling by bus:
Bus to the Ballpark! Escape the Navy Yard Metro crowds with the DC Circulator Eastern Market – L’Enfant Plaza route. Rides cost $1.
DC Circulator drops passengers off at the M Street and New Jersey Avenue SE entrance to the Navy Yard Metrorail Station allowing for a short, half-block walk to the ballpark - a great alternative to the congested rails and metro transfers. For service route and schedule information, visit DCCirculator.com.
What is Nationals Philanthropies?
All proceeds from Ballpark Tours goes to the Nationals Philanthropies, established by the Washington Nationals in 2005. Nationals Philanthropies is committed to improving the lives of children and teens in the Washington, D.C. region by supporting initiatives focused on academics, the arts, nutrition and sports. Through the generosity of Nationals fans and corporate partners, Nationals Philanthropies is using the power of baseball to provide a world of opportunity for area youth.