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Coors Field

2001 Blake Street, Denver, CO, United States
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    Coors Field is a great place to watch the Rockies, have a hot dog and a cold beer! Located in Lodo (Lower Downtown) it is within close proximity to our City House!

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    Night games are the best! Can watch the sunset from the higher seats above 1st base.

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    I've been to one game here, but enjoyed it enormously. Captures the feel of an 'old time' baseball park. Overpriced concessions, but then you knew that.

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  • Coors Field

    Coors Field is a baseball venue located in Denver, Colorado. It is the home field of Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies. It is named for the Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado, which purchased the naming rights to the park prior to its completion in 1995. The Rockies played their first two seasons, 1993 and 1994, in Mile High Stadium before moving to Coors Field, two blocks from Union Station in Denver's Lower Downtown (or LoDo) neighborhood. The park includes 63 luxury suites and 4,526 club seats.

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    Attend a Rockies Baseball Game while in Denver! Beautiful stadium in downtown Denver with many near-by restaurants, night clubs, shopping, Union Station, walking paths.

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    A Rockies game at Coors Field is one of the best buys you can get in all of Denver. You can usually get tickets the day of the game and if you get bleacher seats in the affectionately-dubbed "rock pile," they'll usually cost less than $10 each. Colorado fans are extremely passionate about their college and professional sports and so even if the Rockies are cellar dwellers, the crowd will be there and in good spirits.

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    I'm not so much into baseball, but this park is a cool place to watch a ball game. Nice views of the Rocky Mountains, too. Good deals can be had on the really cheap seats up high.

    Recommended for:Local Culture
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    Great ballpark practically guaranteed to deliver a home run both figuratively and literally. The parking in the area was bad and overpriced for the 4th of July, but the Rockies won and launched a great fireworks show to celebrate out independence and freedom to make our own destiny.

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    It's crazy that the stadium is literally the heart of downtown, but it is. You can't beat the atmosphere in the Rockpile (people just enjoying themselves, not necessarily hardcore baseball fanatics if you actually care about the score), but a great day out for about $2.

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    One of Denver's most amazing attractions. A Classic baseball stadium, not too be missed.

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    Catch a Rockies Game in this magnificant ball park.

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    Great ballpark in a Great City, Denver, Colorado.

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    Home of the Colorado Rockies.

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    It's fun in Denver good times

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Coors Field is the home of the Colorado Rockies baseball team. Located in Denver, the venue is named after Coors Brewing Company also based in Colorado. The first official baseball game played at Coors Field was on April 26, 1995 when the Rockies played the New York Mets. The Rockies won that game. It can seat over 50,000 people at anytime which includes 63 luxury suites and over 4,500 club seats. If you, your family and friends enjoy baseball you would enjoy visiting Coors Field. You can also take a tour of the stadium, enjoy a meal at the Bar & Grille and buy professional photographs of your favorite Colorado Rockies player at the photo store.

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