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Safeco Field, Seattle

Safeco Field, home to the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball, is one of the finest ballparks in the country.

Safeco Field, home to the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball, is one of the finest ballparks in the country. Inaugurated in 1999, the baseball stadium has a retractable roof that allows games to be played in all seasons. Right field bleacher seats enjoy a panoramic view of downtown and Elliott Bay. The occasional train whistle from the BNSF Railway tracks during the game creates a special atmosphere just like cheering for a homerun. The concessions stands offers a mind-boggling range of cuisine, from traditional ballpark dogs and the famous garlic fries to fine gourmet fare, local craft beers, and Oaxacan chapulines, also known as toasted grasshoppers. One hour long tours of Safeco Field take visitors around the Press Box, Owners Suite, Field, Dugouts, Visitors Clubhouse, All-Star Club, and other areas.


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About Safeco Field

 1250 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA, United States

 +1 206-346-4000

 seattle.mariners.mlb.com

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