People come from all over the world to “tap the rockies,” because with a stunning view of the Rocky Mountains, Coors Field offers visitors a truly unique experience that can only be had in Denver.
Located in Denver, Colorado, Coors Field has provided the city live MLB action with Colorado Rockies tickets since 1995. Since then, this stadium has captured the hearts of avid Denver baseball fans, especially because Coors Field was the first baseball-only National League stadium built since 1962. Additionally, it is the third oldest National League park, even though it is still a relatively young structure. Coors Field is able to boast a massive 50,000+ person capacity.
One unique fact about Coors Field is that it was the first park to incorporate an underground heating system. With this in place, groundskeepers are able to easily melt snow that may have accumulated before a game. The park is wired with 45 miles of wire to make this possible. This was a truly ambitious and innovative approach to weather conditions that has proven to be highly effective, resulting in it being adopted by many other fields as well.
Getting There and Getting In
Parking & Directions
Coors Field is located at 2001 Blake St. in Denver, CO, at the corner of Blake and 20th streets, in the heart of Denver's historic lower downtown area. There are a number of routes that can be taken to get there. It is recommended that guests do some research beforehand to determine the best way for them to travel.
From the North, take I-25 south to Exit 213 (Park Ave. West) From the Northeast travel southwest on I-76 to I-25 South, Exit 213 (Park Ave. West) From the West travel east on I-70 to I-25 South, Exit 213 (Park Ave. West) From the East go west on I-70 to I-25 South, Exit 213 (Park Ave. West) From the South travel north on I-25 to Exit 212C (20th Street)