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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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TripAdvisor
  • Very first major league game. Was told by a friend that I should really try the garlic fries while I was there. I was not disappointed. The ushers were extremely diligent in keeping fans from stepping...  more »
  • Safeco is a gorgeous ball park. I bet there's not a bad seat in the house, and I know there's no such things as a bad views from anywhere in the concourse. There are plenty of concessions, and the ser...  more »
  • You cannot bring liquor (vodka, tequila, etc.) into the stands - WTF? Only beer and wine and (the stench of) garlic fries. On the positive side, the seats are decent sized and there are cup holders.  more »
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  • Safeco is a great place to relax and enjoy the game. The field is visible from most places in the park, with a wide range of food and drinks to satisfy as you walk the concourses. As in any mass stadiums or arenas, your experience will be influenced by the actions of others, typically for the better, but be aware that alcohol is served there. However, aside temperature, weather will have little effect on the day. Safeco has a retractable roof, so rain stays off the field and off the crowds. So, head out to a game and take it all in, you will find something to bring you back again.
  • Safeco Field and the staff of the Seattle Mariners exceeded our expectations on our visit to watch them play. We traveled over 2,500 miles on our trip out to the Pacific Coast to see the area and catch a Mariners game and they were by far the most welcoming stadium we've ever been to on our quest to see a game in every MLB stadium. The staff were very polite and friendly. The fans (minus a knucklehead who sat behind us trying to impress a girl with his constant loud mouthing and cursing... well the cursing did stop after I asked him to) were very friendly... even one fan named Robert helped our daughter out. We had great seats thanks to a family member who lives out here but to be honest we walked the entire stadium and there isn't a bad seat that we saw. Only issue we have (and this is more on King county than the stadium) is that there isn't any lighting under the bridge for the bus transportation (route 20) at the Edgar Martinez stop nor any type of security. One drunkard even relieved himself on a tree while waiting for the bus. This should never be the case for a downtown stadium! Again this is on King county not the stadium. Overall, this stadium is one of our favorites due to how welcoming and friendly they were to us! Great job Seattle Mariners!
  • This is a great stadium for watching the games. There are tons of dining options and lots of souvenirs for the Mariners. Prices are reasonable for ball park food. They do a great job engaging with the fans and projecting them onto the big screen. Great place to spend the evening with friends.
  • Great place to watch the Mariners play. If only they were better. But the field is great and the atmosphere is fun and energetic. Food is quality, but you will have to pay stadium prices for it. The ability for it to transform between indoor and outdoor stadium is perfect given the it's location in NW Washington where it rains so much.
  • Heaven on earth! If you like baseball, this is the perfect place to spend a summer afternoon or evening. A beautiful park, a great assortment of food (including great vendors on the street outside). Parking in the area is actually better than it is in most of Seattle. One of my favorite places in the world.