Chosen as the 2008 Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily AT&T Park is the first privately funded baseball park in MLB since 1962 opening day was April 11, 2000. Home field to the San Francisco Giants and offers breathtaking views of San Francisco and the bay area known as China Basin, yet offering a simple classic design that fans love. Located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza the ballpark is primarily used for hosting Major League Baseball games and boasts a seating capacity of 41,915 with standing room for 1,500 people. The park also hosts other events like the Spartan Sprint, live musical concerts, with the many levels and venues available for rent on non-game days for conferences and meetings, trade shows, and private parties! One of the only ballparks to sport their own 4,320 square-foot edible garden complete with fruits, vegetables, greens and flowers that are picked fresh and served in the healthy menu offerings at the two bistro’s located within the garden, Hearth Table and Garden Table and the Garden serves as an interactive outdoor classroom that encourages children to live healthier lives. Gates open two hours prior to games to give you plenty of time to come in and enjoy the selection from the ten different Dugout Store locations where you can buy everything and anything needed for game day and novelty needs! In addition to 67 private luxury suites equipped with televisions, radio, CD players, dual-line phones, wet bar and refrigerator or club level seating is available also available is a Hall of Fame Suite that accommodates up to 30 guests and is available on a per-game basis. After every Sunday game day kids 14 and under are allowed to run the bases, weather permitting. AT&T Park is a beautiful multi-purpose facility that is committed to being the “greenest” ballpark in the country by making environmental stewardship a top priority.