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T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, is a state-of-the-art baseball stadium and the home of the Seattle Mariners. Known for its unique retractable roof, which acts more like an umbrella to shield against Seattle's frequent rain without enclosing the stadium, it offers a seating capacity of over 47,000. The park's design blends modern architecture with classic ballpark elements, featuring stunning views of the Seattle skyline and natural light.

Its field is renowned for its well-maintained natural grass and an asymmetrical outfield, providing a distinctive playing experience. T-Mobile Park also offers a wide array of local and international food options, showcasing Seattle's diverse culinary scene. The park is equipped with modern amenities, including a massive high-definition scoreboard, enhancing the fan experience. Its location in the heart of Seattle makes it a vibrant spot for both baseball enthusiasts and casual visitors, embodying the spirit of the Pacific Northwest.

Division:
AL West
Opened:
July 15, 1999
Capacity:
47,943
Home Dugout:
First Baseline
Visitor Dugout:
Third Baseline
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Entry Policy

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Liquid

You are allowed to bring in one factory sealed bottle of water that is 32 ounces or less.

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Food

No outside food is allowed in the ballpark.

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Bags

No bags are allowed but exceptions will be made for medically necessary items, single compartment diaper bags (child must be present) or clutch sized purses that do not exceed 4 ½” x 6 ½”.

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Bars & Restaurants

Sluggers
Sluggers Seattle
0.3 miles
to the ballpark
Popular Sports Bar that can get pretty crowded on game days.
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Quality Athletics
0.4 miles
to the ballpark
Modern spin on the traditional sports bar with a clean, bright and fun interior, as well as a creative food menu.
Elysian Fields
Elysian Fields
0.4 miles
to the ballpark
This well-known brewpub is just north of the ballpark, and serves up an assortment of their beers as well as some pub grub favorites. This place can get pretty busy on game days, but it has the space to handle the crowds.
The Central Saloon
The Central Saloon
0.7 miles
to the ballpark
Seattle's oldest saloon has been slinging drinks since 1892. They have a nice selection of food, drinks and live entertainment.

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