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We make a point of visiting the local MLB park when we travel if possible. This was our first ever visit to Denver and Coors Field. We arrived when the gates opened in order to fully take in the park. Every single person we met--from...More
This was my very first MLB game and it was awesome! I’m a minor league Durham Bulls fan from here in Durham Nc. Never experienced anything like it! The views from almost anywhere in the stadium allow you to still enjoy the game. Super friendly...More
Great experience. Very nice stadium with outstanding food options. Parking was convenient and fairly reasonable. Access in and out of downtown was fast and easy. Being an out of town fan wasn't an issue. Had a great time talking to those around us!
Braves fans that happened to be in town for a camp decided to visit Coors field for a Rockies / A’s game. Tickets down the first base line yielded an autograph from Catcher Tom Murphy and a Rockies win! Have been to a lot of...More
Please enter from the home plate entrance. You walk down this cement corridor and then you see this wonderful green field and a wonderful scoreboard. Food is reasonable and reall not a bad seat in the house. Rock pile seats are cheap and you get...More
We were visiting Denver on our way out to Boulder. I’m always surrounded with sports fanatics. Parking and getting inside was my least favorite part, since we had no idea what we were doing, but we finally figured it out and got it for $1.00...More
The model for a great ballpark. It wasn't a waste of tax dollars as it revitalized the lower downtown area and has really helped the city. Some nice public transit options, and the cherry creek bike path leads pretty much to a straight shot bike...More
My husband and I visited Coors Field for a Rockies/Dodgers game and don’t have any complaints at all about the venue. We were able to walk from the parking lot to the entrance in about 8-10 minutes but there is a free shuttle for those...More