We have been closely monitoring the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in San Francisco. The safety of you, our fans and our employees is of the utmost importance to us.
Effective Monday, March 9, Public Tours of Oracle Park will be put on hold indefinitely.
Please check back periodically for updates. We are sorry for the inconvenience and we thank you for your understanding.
Set against the stunning backdrop of the bay, it is one of the most beautiful sports stadiums in the world, showcasing a recent history rich in success.
Despite only nearing its 20th birthday, the stadium has been home to 3 World Series wins for the Giants, giving guests much to see and experience on the unforgettable ballpark tours.
The MLB season runs from March until the end of September. If you're travelling to San Francisco outside these dates, you can always get a behind-the-scenes look at this majestic venue by taking one of the Ballpark Tours that run year-round.
Just 13 minutes from downtown by public transport, or a delightful 20-minute walk from the Ferry Building, Oracle Park is one of the most accessible tourist destinations in San Francisco.
No matter where you're coming from in the Bay Area, CalTrain, Muni and BART all service stations near the ballpark. Our best piece of advice: avoid driving if you can - it will make for a far more pleasurable experience!