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Safeco Field

Safeco Field Seattle

With seating for over 47,000 fans and a retractable roof to keep that game going rain or shine, Safeco Field Seattle, Washington, is the pride and joy of the northwest. The state-of-the-art stadium has been the home of the Major League Baseball Seattle Mariners since 1999. When games aren't being played, visitors can take tours of the field and explore highlights like the Mariners Hall of Fame. During games, The 'Pen, a casual gourmet food market, is the place to get your grub on. Another cool feature of Safeco is the collection of artwork inspired by baseball in Art in the Park, located on the Terrace Club and Suite Levels.


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  • Concerts
  • Auctions
  • Corporate Functions


  • Field tours
  • Art in the Park
  • Baseball games
  • The 'Pen
  • Mariners Hall of Fame


Where should visitors park when visiting Safeco Field? 

There are several parking options around the ballpark. Safeco Field Garage, south of the park, provides 2,000 spaces, including charter bus and disabled parking. The cost is between $20 and $40 on the day of a game. North of the ballpark on Royal Brougham Way is CenturyLink Event Center Garage, also with 2,000 spaces. Union Station Garage is east of that lot, and 7 blocks from the stadium. Parking can be reserved online in advance. 

Where can I buy tickets for a ballgame? 

Tickets are available on the Seattle Mariners website. You can also purchase tickets at the ticket offices, located at the Left Field Gate and other locations in the ballpark. Children under the age of 2 do not need a ticket but will need to sit on your lap. 


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Distance from attraction: 2.6 miles 

Specials EMP/ SFM (Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum) 

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