Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, is a renowned baseball stadium celebrated for its breathtaking Rocky Mountain backdrop. Home to the Colorado Rockies, it has a seating capacity of over 50,000, making it one of the largest in the MLB. The stadium is famous for its hitter-friendly dimensions, owing to Denver's high altitude.
Coors Field combines classic brickwork with modern design, featuring a timeless façade that complements Denver's urban landscape. Its expansive outfield is known for the iconic "Rockpile" seating area. Inside, the field's lush green grass and well-kept diamond offer a pristine playing environment. The stadium also boasts a variety of local food and beverage options, reflecting Colorado's rich culinary culture, and provides an array of fan-friendly amenities, making it a favorite among baseball enthusiasts.
You are allowed to bring in unopened plastic beverage containers, as well as insulated cups or thermoses 22 ounces or smaller.
You are allowed to bring in food, but in containers 16"x 16"x 8" or smaller, and all fruit or vegetables larger than grapefruit-sized must be sliced. Seeds and nuts in the shell will NOT be permitted at this time.
Only single-pocket, medical and diaper bags that are no larger than 16”x16”x8” can be brought into the ballpark and all permitted bags will be subject to search.
Backpacks and other multi-pocket bags, including multi-pocket purses, are NOT permitted.