San Francisco Activities
If you're in town between April and September, catch a Major League Baseball game featuring the 8-time World Series Champion San Francisco Giants at their home stadium, AT&T Park. Though referred to as a pitcher's park due to the depth of the outfield, home runs still sometimes make it over the wall into the bay, where boats and people on rafts often moor in the hopes of catching a homered ball. In 2014, AT&T Park was named the most vegetarian-friendly ballpark in Major League Baseball.
This was the first Major League ballpark in America that was privately financed. With a capacity of 41,503, this ballpark opened March 31, 2000 and is LEED Silver certified. With events held throughout the year at this location you can see a concert, attend various athletic events and even attend a conference. With San Francisco’s cool evenings and notorious fog, be sure to bring a jacket when going to the stadium if you're venturing out at night.
After a night out at the ballpark come back and relax at the Inn San Francisco. Book your room today!