I am going to aggregate all of the evergreen Nationals Park information I can find right here. I will be updating this as necessary.
INSIDE NATIONALS PARK
Bottles of water up to 1 liter are permitted
Small soft-sided coolers are permitted
Single serving packaged food from outside the ballpark is permitted
Gate Times at Nationals Park
Nationals Park A-Z Guide
General Ticket Information
Seating and Pricing Diagram
HOW TO GET TO NATIONALS PARK
Travel Tips – The Post
Don’t drive to the actual ballpark neighborhood unless you have already secured a parking pass.
You can park for free at RFK Stadium and take the Nats Express shuttle to Nationals Park.
There are racks for 250 bicycles.
Capitol South Metro is not too far away if you are coming from Blue/Orange lines.
Directions to Nationals Park
Way to Go – Interactive Map
A Guide to Nationals Park – The Post
Go Metro! Go Nationals! Take Metro to Nationals Park.
NATIONALS PARK MEDIA COVERAGE
Nationals Park: Home (At Last) – The Wash. Times
Nationals Park: The Opening – WTOP
Welcome to Nationals Park – WRC
Washington Nationals: The Inaugural Season 2008
Baseball’s newest field of green
NATIONALS PARK’S NEIGHBORHOOD
There is not much there yet except for construction sites. That will by next season and improve annually.
JDLand.com Near Southeast DC Redevelopment
Q&A: Jacqueline Dupree
EATING AT NATIONALS PARK
Single serving packaged food from outside the ballpark is permitted.
There are a variety of restaurants including Ben’s Chili Bowl, Hard Times Cafe, Five Guys (though maybe not on Opening Night), Red, Hot & Blue, Boardwalk Fries, Gifford’s, Cantina Marina, La Piccola Gelateria, Mayorga Coffee, Noah’s Pretzels, Kosher Sports, Krazee Ice. The hot dogs sold in the stands will Gwaltney. Coca-Cola products will be sold.
There are very few options in the ballpark vicinity. Barracks Row (8th Street SE near Eastern Market) is marketing itself to the ballpark crowd.
I will update this as I get new information.
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