Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., is a contemporary baseball stadium and the proud home of the Washington Nationals. With a seating capacity of over 41,000, it stands out for its sleek, modern design and scenic views of the Anacostia River and the Capitol building. The stadium is known for its environmental sustainability, featuring green roofs and energy-efficient practices. Its open concourses and intimate seating provide excellent sightlines, enhancing the fan experience.
The field itself is adorned with well-maintained natural grass, offering an optimal playing surface. Nationals Park also offers a diverse array of food options, celebrating the rich culinary diversity of the nation's capital. The park's location in the bustling Navy Yard neighborhood adds to its appeal, making it a vibrant hub for both baseball enthusiasts and the local community.
You are allowed to bring in one factory sealed bottle of water that is one liter or less.
Single-serving food items may be brought into the Nationals Park, as long as they are contained in one of the approved bags under the Nationals then-current bag policy, or carried in your hands so the food items can be safely screened by security.
No bags are permitted inside Nationals Park, except: (i) clutch bags measuring 5” x 7” x 3/4” or smaller; and (ii) diaper bags and bags used for ADA/medical reasons measuring 16" x 16" x 8" or smaller.
Sections 114 & 307 - As the name implies, get your crab cake fix here.
Sections 109, 141 & 318 - Home to the local half-smoke, A mixture of beef and pork, this is served on a bun and topped with onions, mustard and chili.
Sections 210, 243 & 302 - Swing by here to get your BBQ
Section 143 - Not everyday you get to grab a pupusa at the ballpark. Get your cheese-stuffed on with chicken, pork or bean.
Section 135 - Home of the delicious steak sandwich, topped with fries and a secret sauce.