They were pretty good seats I guess. We could see everything but at the same time I still felt like I was really far away from them even though we were only on the first level.
Seats were okay, but after seeing this stadium up front and close, we moved up to the double letter seats behind us. They offered a better view, Row RR, and it was more comfortable, not packed like sardines.
Wheelchair accessible, but anybody can sit here. If you don't have a wheelchair, nice padded chairs are provided. Extra comfortable if you are a large person, or if you don't like to stand. The seats are also under an overhang so you are protected from the inclement weather.
Sitting 2 rows from the field looking toward home plate.rnGreat to see action in the bull pen and pre game pitchers warming up. Also close to Werth and balls tossed to kids in this section.
This section starts at row N, so row S is actual 6th row. Only 5 seats in this row numbered 24 and downward, I had seat 24 on the aisle and seat 20 was against the railing by foul line. Sun will be in face for night games until it sets. Overall good seats
These seats were HOT!!! The video board on the right field wall has an exhaust system to keep it cool. Bad thing about it is that it vents directly onto the fans in the first row. For a summer game it was unbearable. We moved back 5-6 rows in the 2nd inning, and it was great.
Love the seats. 3rd base side, so no sun in the eyes. Under the overhang, so you get protection from rain (if it falls straight down. a windy rain might be a problem). Great value for the money.
Good seats for $65. Row A was great for not having anyone directly in front of us. Would def. get these again. Good overall view of action on field, and I could still read the names on the jerseys with my less than perfect eyesight!
Great view. Front row of section. Seat 18 is on the aisle. if you sit normally, view to home plate is through plexiglass, so kind of have to lean forward. Not really a problem, but a little inconvenient.
For the cost these were great seats. Row F is the top row in this particular section and the cement wall behind us was a bonus as no one cared if you wanted to stand and stretch your legs during the game. The sun is pretty intense in late July/early August
Up high, but a nice angle on the field. A small bit of the left-field foul line isn't visible, but otherwise great sight lines. I don't think I've found a bad seat at Nationals Park.