The renovations to FNB Field at the end of the 2000s have made the ballpark one of the best places in the Eastern League to take in a ball game. Not only will you get to see future Washington Nationals stars take the field you’ll also find lots of family entertainment throughout the ballpark.
One of the best places to enjoy some family entertainment at the game is the Kids Zone. The Kids Zone is located on the lower concourse below the main entrance and features a wide variety of inflatables and kids’ activities. Kids will also enjoy appearances by the Senators mascot, Rascal, as well. Rascal gets into all kinds of shenanigans at games making him a fun part of any visit to FNB Field.
If you’re looking for a more baseball oriented experience, then the Harrisburg Senators have you covered there as well. The newly renovated ballpark features excellent sightlines, and the Dugout Suites are a great place to take in the game for those of you who want to feel what it’s like to watch the game from the dugout. Die-hard baseball fans will also love the opportunity to get up close to the visitors bullpen as well.
FNB Field is an excellent place to take in a ballgame, so get your tickets to a Harrisburg Senators game today.
Things to check out
The Harrisburg Senators Team Store is one of the biggest team stores in Double-A, so take the chance to see it during your trip to FNB Field. Here you’ll find all kinds of Senators merchandise including t-shirts, caps, jerseys, bobbleheads, and much more.
Those of you who are taking the kids to the game will want to stop by the Kids Zone. The Kids Zone is located on the ground level below the main entrance and features a wide array of inflatables, so stop by with the kids during the game.
If you want to watch the game from the same vantage point as the Senators, then reserve a Dugout Suite. The Dugout Suites provide you with a unique view of the action and are perfect for entertaining family, friends, and clients.
High Water Mark from 2011 Flood
Make sure to check out the high water mark from the 2011 flood when attending a Senators game. The marker shows how high the flood waters were, which is quite impressive.
Catch a glimpse of the visiting pitchers warming up on the lower concourse. The lower concourse allows you to be just a few feet away from the visiting team’s pitchers as they warm up, so take advantage of the opportunity to get a fantastic view of the pitchers warming up.