- Address: 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205, United States
- Phone: +1-3032920200
- Ticket Price: 10 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids
Coors Field - Review
This famous baseball stadium, home field of the Colorado Rockies, has a seating capacity of over 50000. To get an understanding of it, let's just list the highlights:
- Named for the Coors Brewing Company, who operate the nearby Blue Moon Brewery at The Sandlot, and has an an attached restaurant.
- Fountains in the landscape decoration at the field shoot water into the air every time the home team scores or wins.
- They have a fantastically stocked concession stand.
- The elevation of the land means there is a greater likelihood of home runs.
- Was featured in the Robert De Niro movie, The Fan.
- Best standing views of the field are from The Rooftop, which also has panoramic views of the city and the mountains.
- They found massive dinosaur fossils on the grounds during construction. A thousand pound triceratop skull to be exact. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Denver itinerary 5 days.
Coors Field Information
- Tours must be purchased at online, Coors Field Ticket Office, Rockies Dugout Stores or by phone (credit card only).
- There is a huge dos and don'ts and safety guide on the attraction website that you should read.
- Tours begin at Gate D, 21st & Blake Street.
- Disabled accessible.
Coors Field Ticket Prices
Seniors (55 and older): $8
Children (12 and under):$7
Group tour prices:
- Adults: $8
- Seniors (55 and older): $6
- Children (3-12): $6
Coors Field Hours
Public tours (on Baseball Season):
- Non-Game Days: 10am , 12pm, 2pm
- Evening Game Days: 10am, 12pm
- Afternoon Game Days: no tours
- Public tours lasts for: 70 -80 minutes
- Private tours lasts for: 45 – 60minutes
How To reach Coors Field by Public Transport
- By Buses 120X, L, LNX, LX stop Wewatta St & 21st St.
- By Buses 8 and 38 stop 22nd St & Blake St.
- BY Bus 52 stop 20th St & Blake St.
- By Bus Free MetroRide and METRORIDE stop 18th St & Wazee St.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Coors Field
61.6% of people who visit Denver include Coors Field in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
61.16% of people start their Coors Field visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Coors Field
90.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Coors Field
Coors Field Trips
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Coors Field, Denver Reviews
Coors Field is an absolutely fantastic place to spend a summer evening watching a ball game! The atmosphere is wonderful. Kids and adults will enjoy their time in the stadium and you will repeatedly wonder if you are sitting in a turn of the century ballpark. The architecture is fantastic and there isn't a bad seat in the house. There are few places around that hearken back to the good old days but have all the modern conveniences you'd hope for to make for a comfortable visit. Coors Field fits that bill quite well. There are great restaurants throughout the facility, the fans are loud and very positive, and the sunsets are travel magazine worthy. Take in a game and begin creating amazing memories!
My first time visiting Coors Field on a trip to Denver. First time watching baseball too and definitely not my last. The facility is fantastic and is clean and there is a bus which shuttles across the entire car park which is extremely convenient. There is a bag check area as you walk in through the gates and you can bring anything sealed or even some home snacks if you prefer. Safety in mind! If your a home fan you have been here but if you are a visitor then its a great stadium and venue.
Best ballpark in the U.S very fun time. The staff is very kind and helpful. When Charlie Blackman comes up to bat staff members on the second deck come down to the bottom and try to get everyone to sing along. Very nice fans. I have been there over 30 times and nothing bad has happen between fans sense i have been there so very fun. Very good food i recommend the mile high mac and cheese it is located just to the left of home plate. The ballpark staff that controls all of the music, etc keeps the fans very interested in the game. And gives a very fun atmosphere and makes it my favorite ballpark in the country
This is the Denver home town stadium for baseball. It's a medium sized as I would consider it. The seats are sufficiently close to the field that it is cozy. The seats are comfortable and the slope of the bank of Seats is gentle to comfortable. A wide range of refreshments in the stadium at inflated prices, as expected. Easy access to the main streets to allow walking to the stadium. There is a warm atmosphere and a great crowd
Coors Field was a great tour! Definitely worth the visit! I was super impressed by the organization, and how they really care about the value of the tickets they sell to their fans. I was shocked by how much bent over backwards to give good deals, great opportunities, and great seats to their fans. Just a classy organization.