Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, was opened in 1995 and is located two blocks from Union Station in Denver’s Lower Downtown (or LoDo) neighborhood.
Coors Field appears to be a purely baseball stadium for now. With no recent history of concerts or other events, Coors Field has the national pastime at its core. It has been indicated that if the Colorado Avalanche are ever the host team for the NHL Winter Classic, Coors Field would be the host site.
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For a look at the seating chart for Coors Field, check out the image below. The venue seats 50,480 going into the 2013 season.
Coors Field Tours
Coors Field offers tours of the ballpark. In a description found on the Colorado Rockies website, here is what one can expect on a tour:
Tours of Coors Field are available Monday through Saturday during the season and then Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday during the offseason and provide a behind-the-scenes look at one of the premier ballparks in Major League Baseball.
All tours begin at Gate D (20th & Blake Street). Tours last 75-80 minutes and cover a distance of approximately one mile. All tours are accessible for guests with disabilities.