What's Right for Me?
Turf Club - Take It to the Next Level
The Turf Club is perched on the top level of the grandstand and offers an elegant, yet casual, dining experience for you and your guests. Reserve your own table and enjoy the panoramic views of the track and the San Francisco Bay. Turf Club admission is $12 on weekdays ($15 Saturday/Sunday/Holidays).
Club House – Great Views and Box Seats
Located between the Turf Club and the Grandstand seats, the Club House offers you the options of indoor and outdoor seating. Indoors, you’ll find plenty of HDTV’s to view the races, betting windows, and concession stands. Outdoors, you may purchase your own box for up to 8 guests and take in the views of the entire track. Club House admission is $10 ($5 on Sunday). Box seats are an additional $5 per person.
Grandstand Seats - A Casual Day at the Races
Looking for a casual day at the races? Then look no further than the Grandstand. Seating is unassigned and included with your general admission. From here, you can visit the paddock for an up-close look at the horses before they head onto the track, or grab a spot on the rail and watch the races as the horses and jockeys race right in front of you. General admission is just $6 ($1 on Sunday). Please enter the track through Buchanan Street.
Admission for Children is FREE - Every Day
That’s right, admission to the races for children (17 and under) is completely FREE. Plus, we have the most beautiful athletes in the world that can’t wait to meet the little ones. So grab the family and stop by the paddock for an up-close look at the jockeys and the horses. It’s an experience, they won’t soon forget.
The Famous Dollar Day
The Bay's Best Bet
The Bay Area is expensive, but we believe going to a sporting event should not cost the same as your mortgage. That's why every Sunday during the racing season is Dollar Day: $1 General Admission, $1 General Parking, $1 Programs, $1 Hot Dogs, $1 Beers, $1_Mimosas.
We're Not Old, We're Authentic
Ok, we have some history, but we're old for a reason. That's because for more than 75 years we've been entertaining the San Francisco Bay Area with live entertainment, music, and racing.
Or should we say, the Bay Area has been entertaining us?
In our time, we've hosted celebrities, been the stage for Hollywood movies, and we even have our own punk rock song named after us. We've seen the neighborhood change, and then change again, and then change back again. We've welcomed generations of fans, maybe even your grandparents, and we look forward to seeing YOU at the races.
A View Like None Other
Come See For Yourself
If the horses don't take your breath away, our views will. That's because Golden Gate Fields rests right on the shore of the San Francisco Bay, which provides you with spectacular panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Mount Tamalpais, and the San Francisco city skyline. After you see it for yourself, you'll understand why it was famously said that the best view in the Bay Area is from the men's room in the Golden Gate Fields Turf Club.
DO’s AND DON’Ts
If you plan on wagering at Golden Gate Fields, make sure to have cash for either live tellers or voucher machines. We do provide ATMs for your convenience, but it will save you time and the withdrawal fee if you bring your own cash.
DoTake a look at our available packages to decide what’s best for you.
We offer all types of budget-friendly packages to accommodate groups and parties You might find exactly what you’re looking for!Packages Here
DoTake the FREE Shuttle to the Races
Take BART to the N. Berkeley Station and our FREE shuttle will escort you to and from the races!Shuttle Schedule
Don'tBe afraid to ask questions!
If you’re not sure how to read a program or what type of wager you want, our Customer Service team will be more than happy to help. Just make sure to pay attention to post times and give yourself plenty of time to be helped.Learn To Play Here
Don'tStay rooted in one place, explore!
It's called a 'day at the races' for a reason. That's because horse racing is unlike any other sporting event. Races go off every half hour, which means you'll have plenty of time to joke around with fans and roam the grounds to look at the beautiful horses.