Best seats- The best seats in the house are either down the third base line or directly behind the plate. If you choose the behind the plate option you can purchase an add on for all you can eat food and drinks which make it for a memorable time.
Worst seats- There aren’t a lot of bad seats at Nats Park but I would avoid the lower right field seats in Nationals Park are completely covered by the second deck overhang and certain sections are tucked underneath the second deck behind the bullpen. The only advantage of such seats would be being able to watch pitchers warm up, which isn’t a bad thing, but otherwise you should avoid these seats.
Best seats- I have enjoyed seats in shallow left, as well as second tier seat above home plate. My uncle is an umpire, and prefers those to judge balls and strikes.
Worst seats- The second deck in right center. Too far away. If you do buy those tickets, go early and get a good view at the red loft.
Seating is solid with good sightlines throughout. If you ever feel unsatisfied and there’s no extra open seats then head to the Red Porch and set up shop there. Luxury suites are stacked which pushes everything higher. You can get 400 level tickets for a decent price although the higher than usual set up may annoy some. The concourse is wide and easy to navigate which is welcome news to those who have dealt with some stadium’s tight and claustrophobia inducing concourses
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