This baseball park, with seating for over 40,000, is home to the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball. It is also used for concerts, football, golf, and rugby. It is known for its architecture, unusual for baseball - Indian sandstone and stucco, white steel and blue seats - which is meant to evoke San Diego's landscape. The grandstands have a great view of San Diego Bay and the San Diego skyline. Fans can also catch matches from a park outside the stadium, but above the field; the area is known as Park at the Park. The building which contains the team store, private suites, a restaurant and rooftop seating is 100 years old, and used to be the Western Metal Supply Co. building.
Guided tours of the stadium will take you through the Exclusive Premium Lounge, the Press Box, the Western Metal Supply Co. Building, the Padres Team Store, the Padres Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Major League Dugout.
- Disabled accessible.
- Check that park website for an extensive guide to parking, access, seating, rules and regulations.
- On game day, tour timings may vary.
- Seniors (60 & over) $10.00
- Child (12 and under) $10.00
- Military w/ active duty ID $10.00
- Group discounts for groups of 25+ and 100+ are available.
- Non Game Days: Weekdays: 10:00am - 5:00pm, Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday: Closed
- Game Days: 10:00 am-end of game.
Tours are about 80 minutes long. Check stadium website for extensive tour times details which change by season and game days.
Times given are for the box office. Actual game times are different.
Tours usually take place at 10:30am and 12:30pm (daily)
On Saturday: Extra tour take place at 3:00pm
- GREEN LINE stop Gaslamp Quarter Station
- Buses 11, 901, 929 stop 10th Av & Park Bl (Petco Park)
- By Car
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42.02% of people who visit San Diego include Petco Park in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
56.67% of people start their Petco Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Petco Park
94.4% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Petco Park
We love this baseball park. There is always something for our kiddos to do and it helps when they lose interest in the game. Great food choices and craft beer selections. We have never had a bad time here and I hope we never do
A beautifully designed park, made with the fan experience in mind. From the architecture, to the historical aspect of the Western Metal Building, to the multitude of great restaurant options inside, Petco Park makes the great experience of Major League Baseball even greater. Once you have visited Petco and taken in a game, other stadiums will not be as enjoyable, please be warned.
Concession prices are through the roof, in my opinion. And I would think that with the cost of tickets as they are the Padres would put a more competitive team on the field. Maybe then they would fill the seats. A small market cannot be used as an excuse. Because I feel confident in pointing out that the Oakland A's are a much smaller market with a much more competitive team over the years. This year is a perfect case in point.
This park is awesome. Easy to get into, good location with lots of places to visit nearby after the game. Food was diverse, beer selection was maybe a little bit mainstream but as in most parks you could venture off to find some unique options. great ventilation and good vibe all around.
Came here with a few friends for the Giants @ Padres. Loved the stadium. Really easy to get around. Staff was really nice. Beer prices are. outrageous $15 a beer. Get buzz or drunk before the game. Ticket prices made it affordable. I will definitely come back for a game someday.