Capacity: 47,116 Opened: 1999
Rain or shine, its Mariners’ baseball you’ll find at Safeco Field.
What makes this stadium unique?
Safeco Field shields fans from the rainy Seattle weather with its retractable roof that serves as an umbrella instead of fully closing. “Welcome to Safeco Field, Seattle” is painted on the roof and is visible to passing planes. The main entrance rotunda boasts a 1,000 resin baseball bat chandelier as we as a floor mosaic of a compass rose incorporating elements of the sport’s history. Fan’s can pose for pictures with “The Mitt,” a 9-foot bronze baseball glove or find their favorite team’s logo in the “Quilts.” During the 2011 season, the Mariners started the King’s Court Section. This is a place for fans to cheer on pitcher “King” Félix Hernández during his starts. Fans are encouraged to show up in costume for the “Kings Court” and the best is rewarded with a turkey leg.
Dining and Nightlife
Jimmy’s on First
Lowell’s Restaurant & Bar
The Hawks Nest Bar & Grill
The Safeco Field garage has limited spaces and charges $20-40. There are plenty of garages surrounding the stadium, for more information visit the team’s website. “Metro to the Mariners” is no longer offered but there are still regularly scheduled routes available to those interested in public transportation.
|Weekend for Two|
|Quality Inn & Suites Hotel Seattle Center (2 Nights)||$158|
|Tickets (2 Bleacher Tickets)||$16|
|Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Lowell’s Restaurant & Bar: Lowell’s Famous Fish & Chips, Grilled Fish Tacos, 2 Glasses of Wine)
Saturday Lunch (Jimmy’s on First: Jimmy’s Hot Wings, Cone O’ Sweet Potato Fries, 2 Beers)
Saturday Dinner (The Hawks Nest: Hawks Nest Burger, Caribbean Chicken Sandwich)
Pre-game at The Hawks Nest (6 PBR’s)
|6 Bus Fares||$18|
*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.