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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. Plan your Safeco Field visit and explore what else you can see and do in Seattle using our Seattle online travel route builder .
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  • October 4, 2017
    We just saw our first concert and Safeco Field and loved it. It is much smaller than Century Link and hence the sound is so much better. We had seats on the field which worked out fine because the ban...  more »
  • October 4, 2017
    Well organized seem less entry with great happy staff! Stadium very secure, you Must have govt. Issued ID to enter...dont try without!  more »
  • October 3, 2017
    This is one of the most accessible stadiums in America. Every seat is great; especially for handicapped persons. The only reason its not a five star is parking can be expensive, but if public trans is...  more »
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  • June 21, 2017
    A fantastic stadium with a great view from any seat in the house. When the roof is closed the volume definitely goes up! Price of a 3rd (top) tier seat was $25 + booking fee which I would consider very reasonable for any professional sports game. Food + Beer was a bit pricey (~$9 for a tallboy), but this was to be expected. Would recommend.
  • July 5, 2017
    Love coming here. I've been to at least 15 games in the last 3 years. Cost: Prices will be high in most professional sports places... that alone shouldn't keep you away, as it wouldn't Disneyland. So here's how to eat cheaply. Park allows you to bring in wrapped food and empty plastic bottles to fill up with water. Buy the $11 soda and share the free refills (save receipt to show concessions). Bag microwave popcorn at home and bring for the kids. Have young kids? Take to center field kids play area and let them get their wiggles out before the game starts. You can meet the moose out near there, too. Go M's!
  • June 22, 2017
    This is a nice ball park! There is a parking garage located across the street, however it can get full before popular games and you will need to find street parking or a paid parking lot nearby. If you are bringing kids to the game, there is a playground for kids under 48", a kids Mariner store, and a place to meet the Mariner Moose (The Moose Den). Don't forget to sign up for the kids club (online before the game or at a kiosk at the game) and kids will receive a badge with their name on it, a backpack, and two balls. If you are a Momma with a baby that needs to be fed (or have a baby in diapers and want a clean/quiet place), there is a 'nursing' mother's room with soft chairs, a changing table, microwave, and small fridge. The room is located near the first aid station and has a TV on quiet so you won't miss the game. The room is small, but nice that it's available. Right next to the room is a booth where first time Mariners can receive a certificate commemorating their first game.
  • July 1, 2017
    It's easy to come in, with phone ticket options, ticket stubs or printed on paper. The food was great, with grass-fed beef & gluten free buns. There are several bathrooms, employees to assist & so much more. Parking is also a plus in my book. We park aways and walk. It's free & we get some exercise before sitting for several hours. You can also park closer for a price. Support your team and come watch them when they're home!
  • June 26, 2017
    It's a absolutely beautiful Stadium . We love the Mariners! We always have such a wonderful time when we visit this stadium. Food and drinks are very overpriced. So be prepared for this. But they do allow you to brink in your own food and snacks, even food that you may have purchased from the many Vendors that are outside Stadium. You can also bring in empty water bottles that you can refill once you get in. Great place for family fun!

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