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Coors Field
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Ranked #3 of 256 things to do in Denver
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Owner description: A modern stadium with an old-fashioned feel, this is one of the National League's first new parks built exclusively for baseball since 1962.
Reviewed April 17, 2014

I have attended about 10 games at Coors Field in my three years in Denver. The ball park is in the "LoDo" neighborhood-a rather nice collection of yuppie high rises and night spots. Here's the rub. When buying tickets, ask for seats in the "rockpile" which are the center field bleachers. Seniors can get in for a buck. The food inside in typically overpriced (a problem with most MLB stadiums) but there are some vendors around the stadium where you can get a dog/chips/soda for around $4. Inside you pay about $9. Once inside, the stadium is very fan friendly. The ushers are very helpful. The sight lines are good. Outside, parking is a problem. When I drive to the game I typically park about 1/2 mile away for $10. A better solution is to take stadium busses to the game. Round trip is $8.00, and they drop you close to the gate. Now, if we could get a 90 win season....

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Reviewed April 17, 2014

I have been to 2-3 games a year and sat in various sections and have always had a great time - the staff do a great job and the place I always extremely clean. Regardless of how good or bad the home team may be - this is a great time for the family, couples and singles alike!

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Reviewed April 16, 2014

Beautiful ball park, good seating and views of game. Typical food fare; beer is pricey at $6.50 to $7.00 a 16 oz cup, really??? Wish the team was as good as the ball park looks.

Thank Colohunter
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Reviewed April 16, 2014

Coors Field is in the heart of Denver's famed "LoDo" area, surrounded by countless rooftop bars for great drinks and food before spending a day / evening at the ballpark. In addition to the baseball game, Coors Field is an incredible part of Denver offering views of the mountains and city skyline that must be viewed in person to believe. Dont miss the newly installed party deck in right field dubbed "The Rooftop" that was unveiled on Opening Day of 2014. Complete with mile high offerings, cabanas, and cuisine unique to Colorado, it is a must stop for baseball and non-baseball fans alike. The weather, views and atmosphere cannot be beat anywhere in the MLB!!

Thank brian d
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Reviewed April 16, 2014

Coors is one of the best ball parks in the USA. Each seat is great and the crowd is well behaved. The food like the team is mediocre at best. The hot dogs are sloppy and sometimes lukewarm.The food is also overpriced. Enjoy the game but eat out.

Thank Vfec
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