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Coors Field, Denver
(4.7/5 based on 3,000+ 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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  • I went to a game during the summer on a weeknight and the stadium was packed! The vibe was great. Parking was kind of far/expensive so I'd carpool there next time. 
  • I went to a couple of Rockies games. The Field and style of the Stadium is really cool. Rockpile tickets are pretty good value and the food is not to bad either. Looking at the Mountains is a good rea...  more »
  • Was our first ever tour of a baseball stadium. Facilities are great, and the behind the scenes tour was the icing. Learned about the in-stadium brewery, all the cool ticket options they give to the ve...  more »
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  • This place is tremendous. I am from Baltimore and love Camden Yards. To me that is the gold standard of ballparks. Coors is right there with Camden in my opinion. I was very impressed with the views of the mountains, the roof deck, the beer selection, the friendly employees, the cleanliness, and the architecture. I have been to several of the newer parks on the East coast. They all feel the same. Nice, but generic. Coors has character, it blends into the neighborhood in a very smooth fashion. I can't wait to catch more games here in 2017.
  • 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!!!
  • We took a coots field tour. 10 buck for adult and 7 for kids. It was about 1 hour and 20 minutes long. Definitely worth it. Tour guide was knowledgeable and we were able to see place you cannot when just attending a ball game. Best part was getting to walk of the field and sit in the dugouts.
  • The Rockies may stink, but that doesn't mean Coors Field isn't any fun. This is a great place to watch a ballgame. Yes the food, beer and cocktails are over priced, but that's normal at any professional sporting event. With the flatirons in the backdrop, Coors literally shines like a diamond. They brew Blue Moon at a restaurant in the stadium and also have a patio rooftop where you can bar hop and enjoy the Rox. Staff is friendly, but the experience really makes this a special field. Only missing is a GREAT team.
  • Beautiful ballpark. We had the rooftop tickets which were awesome. Great view of the game, the skyline and the mountains. They were incredibly reasonable and you can use the ticket as a voucher towards food/drinks at the bar which made them seem even cheaper. Highly recommended.