Coors Field in Denver

Whether you’re into baseball or not, live events or not, concerts or not, Coors field is a great place to go have a really great time with friends and family while doing something that’s not the typical weekend event. 

This relatively new baseball stadium is located in the lower downtown neighborhood just a couple of blocks away from Union Station and was built in 1995 with a $300M price tag. With 63 luxury suites, 4.526 club seats and a total capacity of 50,144, there is a great place for everyone to find a great spot. 

Because of our sunny, semi-arid climate, and our mile-high elevation, Coors field has been dubbed with the name “the hitters park” because the low air density and higher altitude allows for more home runs, doubles and triples. In fact, there is no other baseball stadium in the majors that even comes close to the altitude of Coors Field. The stadium with the nearest altitude is Chase Field in Phoenix which stands at 1,100 feet above sea level. 

Can you bring food into Coors Field?

Yes, outside food can be brought into the stadium, however, they have to be single serving size. No longer can you consume sunflower seeds or shelled nuts of any kind. You can also bring in plastic water bottles as long as they are still factor sealed and empty plastic and reusable mugs are also welcome.

Is it in a safe area?

I guess the answer to this question could be different depending on who you ask, but in general, yes it’s a safe area. If you want to be around more people, there are shuttles that go to and from the stadium. On game days, there are people walking about, there are plenty of bars and restaurants with people around, so you’re certainly not alone.

Where should I sit?

This could be answered in a few ways. If you’re looking for the best cheap seats then I would recommend sitting in the rockpile seats which is located in dead center field and distant from the home plate. These seats are generally the cheapest price.

If you want an amazing view of the mountains then sitting in the upper deck is the best place to be. If you’re anywhere between sections 305-319 then you can’t go wrong. If you plan to attend a day game, the sun will be on you unless you sit on the third base side.

Does the stadium take cash?

No, the stadium no longer takes cash at the concession stands or ticket office. They are strictly cashless. The stadium will be supplying reverse ATMs, so if you have cash you can insert it into the ATM and it will convert it into a payment card.

Can you walk the stadium?

You cannot just walk around the field, however, you can purchase tickets for a tour of the stadium. Tours are provide Monday through Saturday at two different times during the day:

  • Offseason Tour Times: 12:00 p.m. & 2:00 p.m.
  • Non-Game Days: 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
  • Evening Game Days: 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m.
  • Afternoon Game Days: No Tours
  • Playoff day games/evening games: No Tours

Public Tour Prices:

  • Adults: $12
  • Seniors (55 and older): $9
  • Children (12 and under):$9

How to get to the field:

From Garland Park
Approximately 24 minutes (7.0 miles)

  1. Make a right turn onto S Kearney St
  2. Then make a left onto S Kearney St for 500 ft
  3. Turn right onto Cherry Creek N Dr and continue for 0.3 miles
  4. Make a left onto S Holly St
  5. Quick right onto E Cherry Creek S Dr for 2.5 miles
  6. Make a right turn onto S University Blvd going straight for 0.2 miles
  7. Use the left 2 lanes to turn onto E 1st Ave and continue for 0.3 miles
  8. Continue onto Speer Blvd for 0.9 miles
  9. Make a right onto Lincoln St for 1.5 miles
  10. Turn left onto 20th St going straight for 0.6 miles
  11. Make a right turn onto Market St
  12. Quick left onto 21st St
  13. Another left onto Blake St until you reach the stadium

From Central Park in Denver
Approximately 16 minutes (6.0 miles)

  1. Head west on M.L.K. Jr Blvd toward Uinta St and continue straight for 4.5 miles
  2. MLK Jr Blvd turns to the left and becomes Champa St – continue straight for 0.9 miles
  3. Make a right hand turn onto Park Ave W going straight for 0.4 miles
  4. Turn left onto Blake St and continue for 0.2 miles until you reach the stadium

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