Coors Field is the home of the Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball team and also offers space for a variety of private events. It has been a staple of Denver culture since it was erected in 1995. It's said that a baseball travels 9 percent farther at 5,280 feet than at sea level, and Coors Field is the place to see that for yourself.

On top of being a main part of City centre Denver, the stadium is home to a multitude of tasty dining options, a sustainable garden, and multiple historic pieces of art. Come for the Rockies game and get so much more at Coors Field.

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A brief history of Coors Field in Denver

Opening in 1995 in Denver’s LoDo area, Coors Field made a name for itself right off the bat. The Rockies had already started playing in 1993 at Mile High Stadium but moved to their very own field just 2 years later. Aside from Rockies games, the stadium has also hosted numerous other events, including 2 MLB All-Star games and even an outdoor hockey game.

If you’re visiting Coors Field for one of the Rockies games, you have a pretty high chance of taking home a flyball for your collection. This field is also known as a hitter’s park because of the thin, arid air.

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Where to eat and drink at Coors Field in Denver?

If you think you’re just getting the usual ballpark food at Coors Field, you’re in for a treat. Coors Field houses all kinds of dining options, from local favourites like Smashburger and Biker Jim’s to healthier options like Infield Greens Salad. There's also a gluten-free stand offering a variety of quick bites and drinks.

It’s hard to imagine a Rockies game without a crisp Colorado brew in your hand. Coors Field offers numerous bars to quench your thirst whether it be for a Coors, a margarita, a glass of wine, or even gluten-free beer options.

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Coors Field in Denver

Location: 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205, USA

Phone: +1 303-292-0200