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Brian D wrote a review Oct 2020
Asheville, North Carolina1,726 contributions276 helpful votes
We love Coors Field. It is a great place to see a game. It is easily accessible and there are plenty of places near the stadium to eat something or grab a drink.
Date of experience: October 2020
duck8to wrote a review Jul 2020
Montville, New Jersey6,223 contributions1,252 helpful votes
Coors Field in Denver is home to the Colorado Rockies of Major League Baseball. The field is located in the lower downtown Denver area and has a 50,111 seating capacity. It opened in 1995 so it does not have the history of a Fenway Park not the generic look of all those stadiums built in the 60's. Coors Field is named after the Coors Brewing company of Golden, Colorado. What makes Coors Field special are the purple colored seats in the upper deck. Those purple colored seats mark 5,280 feet above sea level, thus Mile High. All the surrounding seats are dark green so you can not miss the purple seats. Another cool feature of the stadium is the Blue Moon Brewery. The brewery experiments with craft beers and created Blue Moon beer. The beer is a Belgian style wheat beer and is now sold nationally. Another cool feature is the waterfall and pine trees behind the center field fence.. Every time a Colorado Rockies player hits a homerun the fountain shoots a spray of water high in the air. If you are ever in Coors Field you got to try their legendary Rockies Dog. If you are ever short of cash they have deep discounted tickets called Rockpile Tickets. Coors Field has a reputation as a hitter's park because of the number of homeruns allowed by pitchers. The science behind that usually high number of homeruns hit at Coors Field revolves around the mile high elevation and the semi-arid climate. To keep the homeruns down they moved the fences back and the baseballs used in the game are pre-stored in humidors.…
Date of experience: September 2019
Flyer269819 wrote a review Mar 2020
Waikiki, Hawaii30 contributions3 helpful votes
We have been to the field several times. It is fun for the entire family. Baseball at its finest. Plenty of food venues and restrooms.
Date of experience: August 2019
Victoria C wrote a review Mar 2020
Denver, Colorado19 contributions22 helpful votes
We took the family ro see a Rockies game and it was fantastic! The stadium is very convenient to get to with great views and plenty of delicious restaurants to check out!
Date of experience: May 2019
1 Helpful vote
Lorenzo8888 wrote a review Mar 2020
Denver, Colorado118 contributions35 helpful votes
Excellent location in the heart of downtown Denver. You can drive, take the train, or ride the bus up the 16th street mall. The air is electric and the crowds are friendly. The food is a cut above other stadiums I have had the luck to see. You can watch from your seat or from one of several bars located throughout the stadium. Be sure to head there early as it is a popular venue for Denver fans. Follow the crowds toward one of the best experiences you can imagine. They also have a store for any fan who forgot to wear his/her purple. It's safe and fun. If you don't have a lot of cash you can buy rock pile tickets for a reasonable price.…
Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote