Every year from late March to early October, thousands of cheering fans fill Nationals Park to watch the Washington Nationals take on their opponent. Just twenty-six minutes from Ovation at Park Crest, the stadium has been the team’s home since 2008. The website states that it redefines modern sports facility architecture and the inspiration for the look of the ballpark was taken from the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art. Before the umpire yells “play ball,” fans can enjoy things to see and do such as:
Batting Practice – Before the game, fans can take to their seats early to watch both teams warm up. Gates open approximately 2.5 hours before the first pitch.
Budweiser Terrace – Located on the Norfolk Southern Club Level, this terrace provides guests with a scenic, elevated view of the field. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, it offers pregame music, games, and drink specials.
Signature Sundays – Every Sunday, two Nationals Players sign autographs from atop the team’s dugout seventy minutes prior to first pitch. The sessions are open to fans of all ages and those wishing to participate need a free voucher that’s obtained at Section 103.
Tours – From March through mid-November, knowledgeable guides offer tours of the ballpark. While visiting places such as a luxury suite and the PNC Diamond Club, they will share interesting facts about the stadium and the history of baseball.
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