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Coors Field, Denver

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Opened in 1995, Coors Field is home to the Colorado Rockies. The stadium represents one of the most "home run-heavy" parks in the MLB thanks to its high altitude, despite having one of the largest outfields. You can learn more about the complex's construction and get an up-close look at professional baseball facilities on a guided tour, offered during baseball season. The stadium even features its own microbrewery--try the local favorite, the Blue Moon brand. To visit Coors Field and get the most from your holiday in Denver, create itinerary details personal to you using our Denver holiday planning tool .
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  • We always love going to the Ranch Club which is the restaurant in Coors Field! The people at the bar are wonderful and you can watch the game!  more »
  • Always a blast to catch a baseball game downtown. Sometimes you can get some cheap tickets outside the stadium before the game starts.  more »
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  • I’ve been here in the rain, sunshine and hail, it’s fun in any weather! No matter if you have box seats or get the cheapest tickets and hang out at the rooftop bar, It’s always a good time! The stadium itself has lots of great food options so there is something for everyone even gluten-free people. At the rooftop bar before the game you can get discounted drinks specials. I suggest buying your tickets at the stadium window with a live person because you can avoid fees and get a great deal! Everyone who has helped me at the ticket booth has been super helpful and always looks out for your best interest when picking a ticket. It’s a great place to bring friends from out of town as well even if they’re not huge baseball fans. Fun for all!
  • No bad seats in this venue. We sat out in the "rock pile" area, which is the left field area and it was fun watching the home run balls go over the fence. Plenty of places to eat close by as well as the restrooms. Parking was easy to get into and out of after the game. Personnel were very friendly and helpful. Prices are on the expensive side as you would expect at this type of venue as was the parking. Otherwise, very nice ballpark. Neat and tidy.

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