The exterior facade of the venue features a design of steel, glass and pre-cast concrete that reflects the architecture of Washington, D.C. The concourses and seating decks are configured to create a variety of distinct neighborhoods, each with its own identity and viewing experience. The park offers panoramic views of the riverfront, the Navy Yard, the surrounding city and important landmarks, including the Capitol and the Washington Monument. Nationals Park features a 4,811-square-foot high-definition scoreboard and more than 600 linear feet of LED ribbon board along the inner bowl fascia.
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Nationals Park is a vast improvement over old RFK Stadium, and Nats fans are hoping for a winning team to someday cheer at this beautiful facility. Be in your seat in the middle of the fourth inning for the racing presidents, Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt (Teddy, that is). For more on the Nationals Park experience, including a game-day itinerary, visit Wise Guides.
Dugout Box Sections 114, 116-118 and 127-129 include Rows D to X. Dugout Box Sections 115 and 130 include Rows A to X. Infield Box seating includes Rows Y to Z followed by Rows AA to WW. Tickets not specified by the seller as Dugout Box will be mapped to the Infield Box portion of that section.
Baseline Box seating includes Rows A to X. Baseline Reserved and Corner seating includes Rows Y to Z followed by Rows AA to WW. Tickets not specified by the seller as LF Baseline Box or RF Baseline Box may be mapped to the LF Baseline Reserved, RF Baseline Reserved, LF Corner or RF Corner portion of that section.
Lower RF Terrace seating includes Rows A to L. Upper RF Terrace seating includes Rows M to X. Tickets not specified by the seller as Lower RF Terrace will be mapped to the Upper RF Terrace portion of that section.
The Center Field Reserved includes Rows A to J. The Center Field Lounge includes Rows K and L. Center Field Lounge tickets include a $20 food and beverage credit that can be used at the Center Field Restaurant and Bar.
Center Field gates will open 2½ hours prior to the start of the game, allowing fans into the Center Field stands and concourse areas to take in the Nationals' and visitors' batting practice. Ninety minutes prior to the start of the game all other gates and areas of the park will open.