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Coors Field, Denver

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.7/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web
Opened in 1995, Coors Field is home to the Colorado Rockies. The stadium represents one of the most "home run-heavy" parks in the MLB thanks to its high altitude, despite having one of the largest outfields. You can learn more about the complex's construction and get an up-close look at professional baseball facilities on a guided tour, offered during baseball season. The stadium even features its own microbrewery--try the local favorite, the Blue Moon brand. Using our custom trip planner, Denver attractions like Coors Field can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A fantastic ballpark with a beautiful and breathtaking backdrop of the city and the mountains. The workers there were very courteous and helpful. Definitely, go to a ballgame if you have the time. The...  read more »
  • Nice to see you may not playing field inside and there's no contest is gift shop with many souvenirs
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  • This is a very fun stadium. The food options here are ones that you will not find anywhere else. You want or like rocky mountain oysters? Come here and you will find them. There is not a bad seat at t...  read more »
  • Awesome ball park! Great view no matter where you sit. Rock pile seats are always great because of the crowd. Rock pile seats, Rockie dog, and a beer (both required for the proper experience) all for around 20 bucks a person. Can't beat that. Go Rockies!!!
  • Being a Cardinals fan, we take baseball incredibly serious in Saint Louis. But going to the Rockies game was a pleasant switch from that. Everyone we encountered had a very laid-back and happy-to-be-there attitude. The stadium is not huge by any means, but I really enjoyed the openness of the ball park. I took a lap around the stadium and it only took me ten minutes, but the great thing was due to the openness, I was able to still see and enjoy the game. I also really loved the prices on food. I really loved not paying ten dollars for a soda.
  • Great stadium with a lot of different seating options available. We were nearly rained out one evening and we were even able to find shelter while we waited it out. I will caution guests that the staircases from the rooftop level are EXTRAORDINARILY slick after raining and I, as well has several other slipped down them. All in all, great stadium and love that you can watch some of the pitchers warming up in the bullpen. My husband and I will be back again!
  • I love this stadium!! A great atmosphere! Food selection is phenomenal. On the top deck there is a Tavern bar that is open for hangout. Parking is super expensive and very difficult to find so definitely lyft or uber! If you do drive, go a few blocks away and you can find cheaper parking. After the game, take your ticket stub to the local bars in the area for 2 for 1 drinks!
  • Very nice ball park! I grew up going to Tiger Stadium in Detroit which was a whole other experience. Coors Field is a modern, up to date park with good vantage points. If you go to a day game during the summer, do your best to get a seat in the shade (left field side of the field or upper decks on both sides). If you're in the sun you will bake on a sunny day...which are many in CO. As with most parks, food and drinks are pricey, but on a hot sunny day there's nothing better than a 16 oz. ice cold Coors Light to quench your thirst (even at $10.50 per). Enjoy!
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