Nationals Park Bag Rules
Nats stadium bag policy requires clear bags for carry-ons larger than a clutch. It is an effort to enhance security and efficiency at Nationals Park.
The use of CEIA OpenGate technology at all doors intends to speed up the entry process while preserving safety standards.
Bags larger than a clutch must be transparent and made of vinyl, clear plastic, or PVC. On the other hand, individuals carrying diaper bags or medical bags are permitted to use the ADA/Family lanes at the Center Field and Home Plate gates.
The Nats' revised policy no longer requires fans to remove their jackets or things from their pockets. People carrying clear bags will not have to go through the hassle of opening them inside and out.
Fans entering the venue must adhere to the rules and restrictions. The dimensions of the bags must be 16" x 16" x 8".
Additionally, small non-clear clutch bags measuring 5" x 7" x 34" or less are also allowed when accompanied by one of the acceptable transparent bag alternatives. These carry-ons can have straps or not.
For the excess items, Binbox provides a solution for storing surplus baggage or carry-ons that do not comply with the policy and regulations. It is located outside the Right Field Gate and Home Plate Gate and provides medium or big lockers for visitors to protect their things.
Furthermore, alternative storage can be arranged with local bars or hotels if the stadium lockers are not accessible. They may, however, impose a fee for storing your goods.