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Safeco Field, Seattle

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Safeco Field is the home stadium of the Major League Baseball team the Seattle Mariners. Take a guided tour of this ballpark to visit areas not normally accessible to the public. Explore the field, dugouts, press box, visitors' clubhouse, and private suites. From the bleachers, you can enjoy views of downtown Seattle. Check the Mariners' season schedule, and try to catch a game while you are in town. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Seattle holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Safeco Field and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Stop in and catch a mariners game during the summer. There isn't a better spot to spend the afternoon watching baseball. 
  • We happened to be in Seattle with a free night when the Texas Rangers were in town. So grabbed some tickets online and went to the game. From the moment we got off the light rail, it was a fabulous ti...  more »
  • I didn't have a chance to go to a game while in Seattle but I took the tour of Safeco field. The best part of the tour was going in the dugout and on the field. A lot of time was spent in the suites w...  more »
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  • One of the best stadiums to catch a ball-game. They did this place right. I've tried pretty much every possible seat in the stadium and I could find something good to say about each. Love that the train stops right outside from Portland. Grab a seat, play some poker over a couple drinks and you're there. Walk over to the game, have a great experience, perhaps a few victory drinks following and jump back on the train... the perfect day.
  • First time at this stadium and it was a wonderful experience. It still had that old school feeling. The fact the it started to rain, the stadium closed their roof which made it super convenient and a great feature of the stadium. I'd definitely go back here to watch a Mariners game or even take a tour of the stadium.
  • All around one of the best major league ballparks one could ever hope to visit. It's engaging on so many levels. Great concessions. Unique fan experiences. But the best thing is the view. There is actually not a bad seat in the house. I've been more than a hundred times and it's always a great time.
  • We attended our first baseball game here in August. It was absolutely fantastic from the moment we entered the stadium to the moment we left. The staff were super friendly, and they would hand out baseball cards to the kids any chance they got. They had all kinds of activities before the game started and even a playground on one end. We were able to get "my first game" certificates from the Customer Service booth and some swag from the Kids Club kiosk. The tablet they were using crashed when we got there, but they gave the kids a few extra whiffle balls to make up for it. The view is fantastic no matter where you sit here. We wandered around extensively before the stadium filled up. Even tried to catch a few balls that headed for the seats during batting practice. Since we had the kids, we didn't get to check out the "adult" areas like The Pen, but perhaps in the future. The food was pretty good, and there were more than enough vendors open to keep the lines from getting too long. A bit pricey, but that's part of the stadium experience. ;) Leaving the stadium was actually not too bad considering the volume of people heading for the transit station all at once. We only waited about 15 minutes in total to get a train back to Federal Way. Given the opportunity, we would go back again and again. Go Mariners!
  • It was so fun to go to a Mariners game. Everyone should do it! I went on Starwars night and the fireworks were so amazing. It is not cheap but absolutely worth it.