Type: Spectator Sports, Tours and Excursions
Opened in 1995, Coors Field is a 76-acre ballpark in Denver's LoDo neighborhood, at the corner of Blake and 20th streets. While the park provides a great view of the game from every seat, if you sit... Read More
Opened in 1995, Coors Field is a 76-acre ballpark in Denver's LoDo neighborhood, at the corner of Blake and 20th streets. While the park provides a great view of the game from every seat, if you sit along the first base/right field side, you'll also be treated to spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains that tower over Denver's skyline. Fans who arrive early can try for autographs from the players, between sections 116-121 and 142-146, up to 40 minutes prior to the game. Don't miss the Interactive Area, located behind the bullpens on the main concourse at Gate A, where fans can hit baseballs in a video batting cage, test their pitching speed and more. There's also a family seating section of the ballpark, perfect for families with younger children, where alcohol is not permitted.
- Tours (Apr - Sep): Mon-Sat 10am, Noon, 2pm
- Tours (Oct - Mar): Mon, Wed, Fri-Sat Noon, 2pm
- Event Dates and Times Vary
- Tours Adult $7; Senior (55+) $5; Child $6
Games Event Prices Vary
- Parks: "Tours of Coors Field, offered on various days during the season and off-season, provide a behind-the-scenes look at a top Major League Baseball park."
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Check out a summer evening's game from the right field bleachers and watch the sun set in the west over 14,265 ft. Mount Evans. Before or after the game, take in the lively LoDo neighborhood with its restaurants, galleries and breweries."
- Best for Parks Because: Ballparks are parks, too, providing fans with a spectacular green field and a place to gather, relax and root, root, root for the home team.
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: It's fun to see how far the ball flies at a mile high, plus Coors Field is walkable from many downtown hotels.
- Outdoor Activities: "Check out a summer evening's game from the right field bleachers and watch the sun set in the west over 14,265 ft. Mount Evans."
- Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Coors Field goes beyond a typical baseball environment offering up cool bars like the Rooftop at Coors Field where craft beers are on tap.