Nationals ParkWashington Nationals
Nationals Park is located in the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington D.C. and serves as the home stadium for the Washington Nationals. The stadium is also referred to as “Natitude Park” or “Nats Park”.
Mayor Anthony Williams chose the site for Nationals Park out of four possible sites that were being considered. In early 2006, ground was broken for the stadium and it opened in 2008. The stadium has the seating capacity of 41,418 and the playing field has natural grass.
Fans can enjoy a view of the U.S. Capital from the upper deck seating. They can also see the Washington Monument and the National Cathedral from sitting down the right field foul line.
Since 2011, after every Nationals home run and/or a win, a submarine dive horn sounds – a play on the stadiums location within Navy Yard.
- Nationals Park
1500 South Capital Street Washington, DC 20003
Call at (202) 675-6287
- DC Sports/Entertainment Commission
- Section 120
- Section 131
- Section 141
- Section 213
- Section 235
- Section 242
- Section 302
- Section 318
Red Zone - General
- Lots B, C, G, F, M, N (North of Stadium)
Green Zone - General
- Lots J, H, L, K, HH (North of Stadium)
Orange Zone - General/Bus, Limousine and Large Vehicle
- $15-$50 Depending on vehicle
- Lots T, U, W (Northeast of Stadium)
- 02/28 New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals (ST)
- 03/01 Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves (ST)
- 03/02 Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins (ST)
- 03/03 New York Yankees vs. Washington Nationals (ST)
- 03/04 Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals (ST)
- 03/05 Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets (ST)
- 03/06 Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals (ST)
- 03/07 Washington Nationals vs. Houston Astros (ST)
- 03/08 St Louis Cardinals vs Washington Nationals (ST)
- 03/08 Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves (SS) (ST)
- Nats check one item off their list at Winter Meetings
- Nationals lose one, gain two in Rule 5 Draft
- Nats and A's have been frequent partners
- Bench help remains on Nats' radar
- NatsFest tickets on sale Thursday morning
- Nationals acquire lefty reliever Blevins from A's
- Nats looking at veteran infielder Chavez
- Williams hopes Davey will come to Spring Training
- Nats skipper Williams high on Zimmerman
- Nats trio expected to be ready for Spring Training
- Everyone will be searched along with their belongings
- Permitted - No tripods
- Permitted - Compact
- Not permitted
- Not larger than 16 x 16 x 8
Browse Fan Reviews
Courtyard Washington Capitol Hill140 L Street SE , Washington, DC, 20003
Phone no: 202-479-0027
Washington DC's closest hotel to Nationals Park! The Courtyard by Marriott Washington, DC Capitol Hill hotel at Navy Yard is the perfect location for baseball fans and leisure and business travelers alike.
Capitol Skyline10 I Street SW, Washington, DC, 20024
Phone no: 202-488-7500
The Capitol Skyline is conveniently located by Washington DC area attractions including the US Capitol, National Mall, Smithsonian Institute and the Navy Yard.
Holiday Inn Capitol550 C STREET SW, Washington, DC, 20024
Phone no: 202-479-4000
Our Washington - Capitol hotel puts you near national monuments and museums, congressional offices and numerous federal agencies. Guests love our location with easy access to the Metro and airports.
Cafe 8424 Eighth St. SE, Washington, DC, 20003
Phone no: 202-547-1555
A nod to Tombul's Turkish origins, the intimate Cafe 8 replaces Ellington's on Eighth and adds doner kebab, cigar borek and pide to the international flavor of the neighborhood.
The Ugly Mug723 Eighth St. SE, Washington, DC, 20003
Phone no: 202-547-8459
Barracks Row has added several new bars in the past year or so, but the focus here is on sports, beer and upscale bar food.
Chicken Tortillas1100 Eighth St. SE, Washington, DC, 20003
Phone no: 202-543-1904
The chicken is moist and flavorful, even when used in the quesadilla, a huge portion enough for two people. The limited menu includes a few subs and what the restaurant calls a burraso -- a very large burrito.