Coors Field

Coors Field is the home of the Colorado Rockies baseball team, and for the past fifteen years, it has been among the most popular attractions in Denver among visitors and locals alike. The stadium hosted its first official game on April 26, 1995, with the Rockies defeating the New York Mets. Since that time, the 76-acre Colorado Rockies baseball field has maintained a thriving attendance of dedicated fans.

Along with attending the baseball games, local fans and out-of-town visitors to Coors Field can schedule a tour on specific days during the regular season or off-season for an up-close and behind-the-scenes look at the stadium. Tours of the Colorado Rockies baseball facility take over an hour and include a visit to the clubhouse, concourse, press area, and club and suite levels.

Fans who want to take in a game at Coors Field in the lap of luxury can head for the Mountain Ranch Club, which offers the best dining in the par as well as a personal TV for watching the game. Reserved seating both inside with views through an expansive glass window and on the outside patio provide excellent views of the field.

Coors field tickets are available for individual games or in season ticket packages. As a season ticket holder, you receive a discount off the ticket price, parking, and corporate suites, identification card for more discounts, and subscription to Rockies Magazine. Fans can purchase Coors Field tickets for a single game through the link on this page; this option allows you to book ahead of time and make sure you get the seat you want for the game.

A third option for Coors field tickets is the mini-plan providing fans with a significant discount off regular ticket prices, option to purchase additional tickets at a discount, guaranteed ticket for postseason games, and one free ticket voucher for each mini-plan purchased. These plans are best if you live in the area and don’t want to purchase season tickets, or if you plan to visit the Denver area frequently and want to make repeat visits to Coors Field.

One of the best features of this ballpark is its central location—the stadium is quite near downtown Denver, which means it’s easy to get to the games via car, train, bike, or by walking from hotels near Coors Field. With the park’s convenient location, Colorado Rockies baseball fans also have easy access to area attractions.

For instance, the Downtown Aquarium is home to 500 species and an amazing array of ecosystems, while the Elitch Gardens water park has a 75-foot waterslide, Castaway Creek River, and Cannonball Falls. Other points of interest near Coors Field include the Denver Zoo, Pepsi Center, Bear Mountain, and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The proximity to some of the city’s best things to do with kids makes a Colorado Rockies baseball game the perfect addition to a day out with the family, as you can combine the game itself with other kid-friendly attractions and a meal at one of the dozens of downtown restaurants.

Lodging is also quite easy to find close to the ballpark. Coors Field hotels located less than one mile from the ballpark include the Marriott ExecuStay, The Metro, Oxford Hotel, Residence Inn Denver City Center, Hotel Monaco, The Westin Tabor Center, Jet Hotel and Lounge, and the Magnolia Hotel. If you’re looking for higher-end hotels, the Ritz-Carlton and its spa are less than half a mile from the ballpark. Within two miles, you’ll find more budget-friendly hotels, such as the Hampton Inn & Suites Denver, Residence Inn, Budget Host Travel Inn, Denver Central Travelodge, and the Ramada, accessible via North Speer Boulevard.

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