Baseball fans young and old won’t want to miss the Colorado Rockies playing at their home stadium, Coors Field. The 2015 season kicks off this April with games against the Chicago Cubs, the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants. Coors Field offers fans an unmatched experience, with a variety of seating choices, unique food and beverages, multiple fan merchandise shops, a kiddie area, and spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. Be sure to check out The Rooftop, the newest attraction at Coors Field. This prime seating area and concourse features two decks, full bars and fantastic views all overlooking the middle right field.
Visitors can also take a guided tour of the park. Tours are offered Monday-Saturday during the baseball season and Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday during the off-season. Visitors can get a behind-the-scenes view of Coors Field’s dugouts, visitor’s clubhouse, the club and suite level, and more during the 70-minute tour. Tours depart daily at 10am, 12pm and 2pm on non-game days; at 10am and 12pm on evening game days. No tours are offered on afternoon game days.
Tickets for the Colorado Rockies regular season games range from $4-$110 per person, with dynamic pricing that may change due to increased demand based on game date, seat choice and opposing team. Children under age 2 do not require a ticket if they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Tour tickets are $10 adults, $8 seniors (55+), and $7 children (under 12). Visit www.colorado.rockies.mlb.com for tickets and more information.