Oracle Arena

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Oracle Arena is a stadium in Oakland and is home to the Golden State Warriors.

The Oracle Arena opened in 1966 and is the oldest arena in the NBA. Today, the arena seats 19,500 fans for basketball games. It hosted the 2015, 2016 and 2017 NBA Finals, where the Warriors won in 2015 and also in 2017. The Arena has also been home to numerous popular events and concerts. The Grateful Dead have played more times at Oracle Arena (66) than any other stadium across the nation.

Although the Warriors announced their intention to build a new arena in the San Francisco bay area in early 2013, their plan was met with opposition due to parking, environmental, and traffic concerns.

For Golden State Warriors home games, the parking lot opens 2 hours prior to start time. The typical rate is $25-35 for a standard 2-hour parking spot. On 7000 Coliseum Way #1 or 82 98th Ave, there is additional parking.

Motorcycles and handicap accessible parking/services are also available at Oracle Arena on-site parking lots.


Golden Gate Bridge

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The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the strait between the bay and the Pacific Ocean.

Parking can be found in either the Northeast or Southeast visitor lots. The Southeast lot is metered with parking for cars, buses, and accessible parking for handicapped visitors.

The Southeast lot features a café, gift shop, gardens, and also scenic vistas.

The Northeast visitor lot is also free of charge (with a 4 hour parking limit).

Restrooms are the only amenity at this visitor’s lot.

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