Safeco Field1250 First Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98134
Safeco Field's one-of-a-kind retractable roof is designed to cover, but not enclose the ballpark, and preserve an open-air environment. A natural-grass custom blend of four types of Kentucky bluegrass and two kinds of perennial ryegrass make up the field. This combination was selected to provide the optimal playing surface for the athletes, the retractable roof and the Northwest climate. Safeco Field is one of the most sustainably operated ballparks in MLB. The Mariners recycle more than 70 percent of all waste generated during a game and have reduced consumption of water, electricity and natural gas significantly since 2006, giving Safeco Field the lowest "energy intensity" among MLB ballparks, according to team officials.
Come hungry because Safeco Field has an excellent selection of food and some great local micro-brews on tap. Try an Ivar Dog, a unique take on the traditional ballpark dog that's actually fried cod. And visit the newly remodeled 'Pen, with concessions by three popular chefs, including Seattle's Ethan Stowell. Safeco is located just south of downtown, next door to Qwest Field, home of the Seahawks. For more on the Safeco Field experience, including a game-day itinerary, visit Wise Guides.
Children 2 years of age and younger are able to sit in parents lap free of charge for Mariners games.
Beverages, bottles and cans: No outside beverages will be permitted into Safeco Field, with the exceptions of baby bottles/formula; unopened, soft-sided, single-serve containers of drinks (such as small milk cartons, cardboard juice boxes or foil pouches), and medication or other special needs, including specially distilled or purified water (supported by appropriate documentation). Guests may bring in empty, plastic, sports-type bottles and fill them at any of the 75 drinking fountains located throughout the ballpark. Food: The Mariners will allow guests to bring food into Safeco Field subject to the following limitations: All food items should be wrapped, bagged or inside a container to avoid spillage. Food that could be thrown as a projectile (oranges, apples and other fruit) should be sliced or quartered. Food should be consumed in general seating or designated picnic areas. Food may not be brought into any of the ballparks restaurants, lounges or suites. Food containers must be small enough to fit under the guests seat. (This generally means no containers larger than 10"x16"x13".) Bottles, cans, thermoses and jugs are prohibited. Other prohibited items: Beach balls, helium balloons, picnic baskets, laser pointers, noisemakers, air horns and weapons.
1250 First Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98134