Washington Nationals: Best Seats at Nationals Park
As Washington gears up for Opening Day at Nationals Park, SeatGeek is here to walk you through the basics (and add to the excitement)! You can buy tickets for the Washington Nationals 2022 Season here and read below for information on seating charts, best seats, and seat views.
Nationals Park Seating Chart
You can view the Nationals Park seating chart here, and use SeatGeek’s interactive software to check out different views around the stadium. We try to provide you with as many seating charts and seat maps as possible because each one can be a little different. You can browse the various Nationals Park seating charts and seat maps by clicking the link above and choosing one from the list.
In general, Nationals Park has lower-level, mid-level, and upper-level seating.
Best Seats at Nationals Park
You could ask 1000 fans their favorite seat at Nationals Park and you will likely get 1000 different answers. The “best” seat is personal preference — maybe you love sitting behind the plate, along the third-base line, or behind the Washington Nationals dugout. Nonetheless, SeatGeek can help you find the best seat for the best price. When buying tickets, check out the score above the section title (see below) to figure out whether those seats are a good deal or not. Our algorithm will remove the stress in finding the best seats at Nationals Park, so you can buy your tickets and enjoy the fun part: watching the game.
Nationals Park Seat View
Sorry, we have to do this “gloating” thing again, but we promise it’s for your benefit! Our “View from Seat” (VFS) previews allow you to see what your view at Nationals Park will look like before making a purchase, which takes the guesswork out of buying tickets. VFS is a game-changer for those of you who have bought tickets in the past, only to find you’re seated behind a giant pillar or wall — we’ve all been there. Use VFS to make sure your seat is exactly what you want before you buy. Enjoy the game!