Petco Park
Petco Park during the home game in San Diego
Petco Park during the home game in San Diego

Petco Park Tours and Tickets

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Home to the San Diego Padres major league baseball team, Petco Park opened in 2004, replacing the old Qualcomm Stadium with a new venue whose design reflects San Diego’s coastal setting. Visitors can enjoy modern amenities, views of the city skyline, and even behind-the-scenes tours.

  • 100 Park Blvd., San Diego, California, 92101

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Diana_M, Oct 2023
Americana Goodness!
Our tour guide Ishmael did a fantastic job sharing the behind the scenes stories at Petco Park and the San Diego Padres. His historical knowledge and expert storytelling ability made this experience that much more enjoyable - not to mention the picture perfect weather in San Diego!
Marlene_K, Nov 2023
Great experience
Excellent tour. Highly recommend. Gets to see press area, guest dugout area, guest locker room and much more.
Martin_K, Oct 2023
Petco park tour
I’ve toured a lot of ballparks. This was one of the best. Great time Very nice and knowledgeable tour guide
Brian_A, Oct 2023
Fun tour of Petco Park
Mu husband & I enjoyed the tour of Petco Park. We especially found the costs of some of the suites and seats, pretty, eye-opening expensive! But, that's how the 1% live... It was fun to hear how Petco Park came to be built, and visiting the locker room of the visiting teams and the press box.
People Also Ask
Q:How long are the Petco Park tours?
A:Petco Park tours last around 80 minutes, but giving yourself around two hours at the park is a good idea. If you haven't pre-purchased tickets, arrive early—Petco Park tickets go on sale 30 minutes before the start of each tour and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
Q:Is there a dress code for visiting Petco Park?
A:No, there isn't a dress code for visiting Petco Park, though the unspoken rule to wear a shirt and shoes still applies. Many people coming to the park wear San Diego Padres gear to show their support for the home team, but this is certainly not a requirement.
Q:Can you take photos on a tour of Petco Park?
A:Yes, you can take photos on a tour of Pedro Park. You'll be able to get unobstructed views of the field from the Western Metal Building and get shots of behind-the-scenes spots at the park. However, you'll need permission in advance to take photos for commercial use.
Q:Are there restrooms at Petco Park?
A:Yes, there are restrooms at Petco Park. Along with standard men's and women's facilities, Petco Park also has family restrooms specifically suited for families, guests with disabilities, and others needing a standalone, non-stall toilet. Family restrooms are located in sections 109, 202, 219, 310, and 311.
Q:Are Petco Park tours wheelchair accessible?
A:Yes, Petco Park tours are wheelchair accessible. However, you'll need to bring your own wheelchair as wheelchairs are unavailable to borrow or rent. The park has wheelchair lifts throughout the facilities. Games are also wheelchair-friendly, with free escort service for wheelchair users to get to their seats.
Q:Where do Petco Park tours begin?
A:Petco Park tours begin at the ticket windows of the historic Western Metal Supply Co. building. This 1909 landmark building was integrated into Petco Park's design when the ballpark was constructed, saving it from demolition. The building is at 215 Tony Gwynn Dr., just off K Street.