Safeco Field, Seattle
Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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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You want seafood, tacos, chowder or even a hot dog? This is the place to go. Seattle is a "foodie" town and if you want that delight at a baseball game then come and get it. One of my favorite stadium... read more »
Super fun field. We are trying to visit all the western half if the states parks and none come close to Safeco! We are biased though as we love the Mariners! Great food selection compared to most park... read more »
We booked seats the day prior to the Seattle mariners v Blue Jays. It was very well organised and a great atmosphere. Well recommended.
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.
A very clean park with excellent views of the city from the first base line. The park is pretty typical for amenities, with hot dogs, BBQ, nachos, burgers, corn dogs, funnel cakes, ice cream, and more. For local specialties, they have a wine shop mid level near home plate and several different beer kiosks with beers from Oregon, Washington, and California. Prices are what you'd expect, with beers running $9-12 depending on quality and size, but with decent portions. Wine is around $9, and food runs about $12. Vendors wandering through the stands sell beer, pretzels, churros, popcorn, cotton candy, and sodas. Prices run $4 for pretzels up to the standard $9 for beer. There isn't a terrible view in the house.
Safe Field is an awesome place to catch a ball game! We saw the Red Sox play the Mariners and enjoyed every minute. Great concessions and lots of great seats made for clear views and good eats/drinks. Traffic moved smoothly out of the park and from the parking garage after the game. We'll definitely be back.
A beautiful ballpark to visit. Offers a great view of the city. The ushers are super friendly and helpful people. Kids can run around a ask them for free baseball cards that they keep in their fanny packs. A great overall experience!
Food prices were pretty much the same across all the vendors (likely so that they dont compete with each other on price).. And expensive! $5 for a bottle of water? Are you kidding me? Almost $9 for a burger? And the garlic fries were WAY TOO salty, and way too much garlic! And you're not allowed to bring in your own food or drinks. I can understand why, but still... then they should not sell food/drinks at rip-off prices. Bathrooms reasonably clean. Navigating through the area was confusing with stairs and elevators, etc... Not sure why they have employees maning the elevators!? And when it's crowded, it's hard to maneuver through the crowds and lines. Also, was told that level 200 was off-limits to people who buy seats for that level, not sure why it's special. Other than that, the views are okay to the field.
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