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Nationals Park Baseball Field
Nationals Park, the baseball stadium for the Washington Nationals, opened in 2008. The 41,000-seat state-of-the-art ballpark is located in the South Capitol Street corridor of Washington, DC near the Navy Yard and the Anacostia River. When baseball returned to Washington, DC in 2005 after a 34 year hiatus, the nation's capital made a promise to Major League Baseball to build a new stadium in a desirable location downtown. The construction of Nationals Park began the revitalization of this part of the city. New housing, retail stores, restaurants, parking garages and office space has been built in the neighborhood and will continue to improve the area.
For details about tickets, food options, and transportation, see A Visitor's Guide to Nationals Park.
Nationals Park set a new standard for ballpark design using innovative technologies to create a top notch entertainment experience for all. The main concourse offers an almost 360-degree view of the playing field so that fans have a... great view from every part of the stadium. See the following photos and get a glimpse of Nationals Park.Continue to 2 of 23 below.
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Exterior of Nationals Park
Nationals Park is designed with modern architectural features including massive glass panels, steel and concrete created to echo the style of the Washington's monuments.Continue to 3 of 23 below.
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Nationals Park Scoreboard
The 4,811 square foot high-definition scoreboard is probably the largest in the nation.Continue to 4 of 23 below.
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Food at Nationals Park
Food and beverage menus throughout Nationals Park include new concessions concepts such as a Healthy Plate cart, featuring healthy wraps, fresh salads, vegetables and hummus and fresh fruit; The Pit at the Red Loft, opening mid-season and serving traditional pit barbeque prepared on a charcoal grill; a barbeque concession stand, also opening mid-season on the main concourse, serving ribs, pulled pork and brisket; and the Triple Play Grill, located in the Left Field V and offering a pulled pork sandwich and foot-long Crab Louie sandwich.Continue to 5 of 23 below.
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Nationals Park Photo - Washington Suite
Nationals Park has 76 luxury suites that provide the opportunity for elegant corporate or personal entertainment. This photo shows the Washington Suite.Continue to 6 of 23 below.
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The 500-seat President's Club and a 1,300-seat Diamond Club are available for indoor dining and on non-game days for private receptions, corporate meetings, trade shows, tours, concerts, etc.Continue to 7 of 23 below.
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Visitors can take their photos with models of the Racing Presidents Mascots. Live appearances take place in the middle of the fourth inning at each home game.Continue to 8 of 23 below.
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View of the Capitol from Nationals Park
Nationals Park offers panoramic views of the Anacostia River, the Navy Yard, the surrounding city and landmarks such as the Capitol Building and the Washington Monument. Fans can see the U.S. Capitol Building from the upper levels of the stadium.Continue to 9 of 23 below.
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The Strike Zone gives fans the opportunity to practice their pitching and hitting skills.Continue to 10 of 23 below.
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Red Porch Restaurant
The Red Porch Restaurant is located in the Center Field Plaza at Nationals Park and offers table service with outdoor dining patios that provide a view of the baseball field. The restaurant opens two an a half hours before game time. Outdoor dining patios on both sides of the restaurant give fans the opportunity to experience of the sights and sounds of the ballpark while they are dining.Continue to 11 of 23 below.
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Closeup of Seating at Nationals Park
The 41,000 stadium seats at Nationals Park are angled so that each one has a great view of the playing field. Behind the glass are private suites which offer a great view, a full kitchen and a private bathroom. The first level are the Washington, the second are Lincoln and the top level are Jefferson suites.Continue to 12 of 23 below.
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Nationals Batting Cages
Club members who visit the Presidents Club may watch the Nationals team members practice in the batting cages.Continue to 13 of 23 below.
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Diamond Club at Nationals Park
The 1,300-seat Diamond Club at Nationals Park is available for indoor dining and on non-game days for private receptions, corporate meetings, trade shows, tours, concerts, etc.Continue to 14 of 23 below.
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Press Box Seating
This photo shows the press box seating where Nationals baseball games will be broadcast from.Continue to 15 of 23 below.
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Nationals players may relax in a soothing whirlpool after the game.Continue to 16 of 23 below.
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Washington Nationals Clubhouse
The Nationals team Clubhouse is a large modern space.Continue to 17 of 23 below.
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Nationals DugoutContinue to 18 of 23 below.
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Presidents Club Baseball Bats
This wall made of bats is a nice decorative feature in the lounge area of the Presidents Club.Continue to 19 of 23 below.
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Nationals Park has 4,000 high-priced club seats and 76 luxury suites that provide the opportunity for elegant corporate or personal entertainment.Continue to 20 of 23 below.
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The Batting Cage in the Nats Family Fun Area gives visitors the opportunity to test their batting skills.Continue to 21 of 23 below.
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Kids love the driving simulator in the Nats Family Fun Area.Continue to 22 of 23 below.
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Family Picnic Area
The new family picnic area opened for the 2009 season, providing a spacious area to spread out and enjoy a meal with family and friends.Continue to 23 of 23 below.
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Guitar Hero Photo
The Nats Family Fun Area includes a PlayStation Pavilion including video games such as Guitar Hero, Legends of Rock, Gan Turismo Prologue and MLB The Show.