Coors Field is a very plane stadium inside and out. However if you are looking for a generally cool area to hang out there are lots of cool bars, pubs, and restaurants in the area. The field however is very underwhelming
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Coors Field is a great baseball field. There are literally no bad seats in the entire stadium - from behind home plate to up in the "rock garden" behind center field. Seats can easily be purchased online and there are almost always seats available game...More
The food is excellent and it's well organized so you are not waiting long. There are seats in all price ranges even standing areas. No nets so lots of opportunities to catch balls. Very fun game! Love the variety of food not typical stadium food...More
Bought the rooftop tickets and got a $6 F&B credit that went towards my first beer. Had a wonderful time watching the Rockies play and checking out the beautiful field!
The tickets were minor-league prices with a definite major league experience! From the modern, well designed stadium to the rocky dogs to see near downtown location, it was a fabulous experience. The only thing missing was the history/fan base.
We went for an afternoon game. Had seats along the third base line. (Out of the afternoon sun) The stadium is very nice with lots of things for the kids to try out their baseball skills. Also great food and beer stands for the adults....More
We went to The Rockies' game and sat in the third base upper deck. This gave us a great view of the whole field including home plate. Food, restrooms and other services are readily available. You can set at tables and look out over the...More
This is a nice, newer ball park, but you should really arrive in the neighborhood early, grab a bite or a drink in one of the many spots between the stadium and Union Station. Inside, we liked the Monster Nachos which are affordable, ample, built-to-order...More