1. The Rooftop
One of the newest additions to Coors Field is the Rooftop, the largest deck/bar/terrace in all of the MLB. The 38,000 square feet area above right field has six restaurants and bars, as well as fantastic views of the Colorado scenery making it the perfect place to party at the park.
2. Hall of History
The Hall of History shows off art and memorabilia from the Rockies 23-year history. The hall features jerseys, bases, lineup cards, and much more so check it out when attending a game at Coors Field.
3. National Ballpark Museum
The National Ballpark Museum is a must-see for any baseball fan. The Smithsonian recognized museum houses tons of baseball memorabilia, so take some time before the game to check it out.
4. Interactive Area
Take part in a variety of activities at the Interactive Area. The activities are especially fun for kids and feature pro batter, speed pitch, and tee ball. The Interactive Area is also home to the 850 KOA Fantasy Broadcast Booth, where fans can call half an inning live during the game and receive a DVD of your broadcast.
5. Water Feature
Located in center field, the water feature has seven fountains which shoot water forty feet in the air before a home game, after a Rockies home run, during the seventh inning stretch, and if the Rockies win. Watch for the water feature after every Rockies home and win at Coors Field.
6. The "Player"
The statue outside Coors is modeled after the Branch Rickey Award and is something every baseball fan should check out during their visit to Coors Field. Stop by and get your picture taken with the statue.
7. Purple Row
The purple row of seats in the upper deck mark a mile above sea level. Take some time to see the seats before the game and say that you stood a mile above sea level.
8. The Rockpile
The Rockpile is located high above center field. They may not be the best seats in the house, but they are the cheapest at only $4 a piece! The seats are quite popular and during weekend games and good matchups you’ll have to stand in line to get these tickets, so get your dollar bills ready because going to a Rockies game will only cost you a few Washingtons.
9. Old-Fashioned Clock
You’ll never have to worry about missing first pitch if you’re outside Coors Field thanks to the old-fashioned clock on the stadium’s facade. The clock lets everyone know what time it is and is one of the signature features of Coors exterior, so keep your eyes open for it during your trip to Denver.
10. Lower Downtown (LoDo)
The area between the Pepsi Center and Coors Field is locally known as LoDo and is the epicenter of the pre-game/nightlife scene in Denver. There are a ton of bars clustered together in this area (Lodo’s Bar and Grill, Soiled Dove, and Sports Column to name a few), and each one has something unique to offer. Give yourself enough time to wander around LoDo and check out as many places as you can before the game.