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Coors Field, Denver

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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. To visit Coors Field and get the most from your holiday in Denver, create itinerary details personal to you using our Denver holiday planning tool .
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  • Not too many bad seats as the 3 game set we moved around to various locations. If you deide to head up in the upper deck, walk up to the Purple line - your a mile high! There is a nice small tavern ab...  more »
  • We had a great time at Coors Field watching the Rockies take on the Giants. We were on the 300 level and had lovely views of the mountains and the sunset. Food options were plentiful and the lines mov...  more »
  • Park is clean and nice. Seats are a smidge (technical term) closer than some parks. Food on main concourse was very average ballpark food. Apparently you need to go to other levels to find some other ...  more »
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  • Fantastic place to see a baseball game! We used to sit in the "Rock Pile" (the cheap seats) but I always thought this was the best place to sit. Sitting in the rock pile allowed a great view of the Denver skyscrapers towering over the stadium and to the right, the mountain range. You can't see both of those from most other seats in the stadium. Great weather in Denver allows for a fun outing almost anytime of the baseball season. The Stadium is very easy to get to off of I-25, but you will have to pay for parking. We used to park quite a ways south of the stadium, where the parking is much cheaper, and then walk. Really a fun place to go, don't miss it if you are visiting Denver during the summer!
  • Coors Field is always a great time. Rockies have never been great, but Denver has top 10 turn out for their games. Just fun to get out and enjoy the atmosphere. Plenty of food options, beer, etc. New rooftop patio is awesome, largest high-altitude bar in North America. Always a good time. Great atmosphere for all ages. My little guy loves it!
  • This stadium is absolutely wonderful! Coming here has provided an awesome experience every time and I look forward to coming back again. There are easy to access bathrooms everywhere and so so many good food options. Every cliche that should exist at a baseball stadium is here and it makes it all the better!!! Would recommend 10/10!!!
  • Great tour of the park - thanks, Jim! Well worth the price, and the proceeds even go to charity. Lots of good history about the park as well as many practical, useful tips for ways to best enjoy the park on a game day. Definitely recommend!
  • This is honestly one of the best baseball stadiums I've ever been to. The views of the Rockies from the stands are just incredible, especially during sunsets. The food here has gotten much better over the years. You can find craft beers, personal pizzas, pork ribs, and Chicago style hot dogs at the various concession stands. Coors field on a summer night is a Colorado tradition.
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