Activities & Resources
Coors Field050in Denver, CO 80205
about Coors Field:
Sections 141 and 342 are designated as "Family Sections," where alcoholic beverages are not permitted.
The two bullpens sit side-by-side next to the scoreboard in right-center and are elevated. The natural grass field can drain five inches of water per hour, and the heating system under the field melts snow the moment it hits the ground. That row of purple seats? They're one mile above sea level!
Better yet, concession stands are laid out so that a fan can walk all around the stadium and never lose sight of the field.
Guests are permitted to ask players for autographs along the railing between sections 116-121 and 142-146 up to 40 minutes prior to game time, or until the end of batting practice, whichever comes first. Please be considerate about not inconveniencing people seated in those areas.
Batting practice begins two hours before a Rockies home game. Both teams take infield practice 40 minutes before game time, though many teams elect not to take batting practice prior to Sunday day games. If you'd like to watch batting practice, stand in the area behind homeplate from dugout to dugout, or sit or stand from row eleven to the concourse.
For kids, batting cages and other games are set up on the outfield concourse, and very little ones can romp in the Buckaroos Kid's Corral playground behind left field (that's section 149).
Tours of Coors Field are available Monday through Saturday year-'round and provide a behind-the-scenes look at one of America's premier ballparks. All tours begin at Gate C (21st & Blake Street) and last approximately 75-80 minutes. Call ahead to get more information.
Apr-Sep, non-game days, tours are offered 10am-3pm, on the hour. On evening game days, tours run 10am-1pm, on the hour. Oct-Mar, tours are offered at 12n & 2pm.