By doug

Home of the Seattle Mariners, Safeco Field, aka “The Safe”, is a state-of-the-art park featuring a rubberized sheet metal retractable roof.

Main Park Information

Park Access

Gates open 2 hours prior to the scheduled first pitch of the game.  Guests may watch batting practice and seek autographs until the end of batting practice (45 minutes prior to game time). Guests seeking autographs, in others’ seating sections, must move to their ticketed seats 45 minutes prior to game time or when the ticket holder arrives.


Visit the flagship Team Store, open year-round, located on First Avenue South or from inside the ballpark on the Main Concourse near Section 142. MVP Souvenirs stores are located on the Main Concourse at Section 110 and on the Upper Concourse at Section 327. The Majestic Mariners Clubhouse is located on the Wells Fargo Terrace Club Level at Section 227 and the Silver Slugger Shop is located on the Upper Concourse at Section 333.

Containers & Coolers

Hard-sided coolers are not permitted into the ballpark. Guests may bring in bags that do not exceed 16″x16″x8″ which must be stored under the seat. Security personnel are required to open all bags at the gates for visual inspection before entry.

Things To Do @ Safeco

The Baseball Museum of the Pacific Northwest

A fun and informative destination that you will want to visit at Safeco Field is the Baseball Museum of the Pacific Northwest, which is the home of the Mariners Hall of Fame. Fans of all ages can learn the history of baseball in Seattle, which dates back to 1877, as well as experience exhibits featuring the members of the Mariners Hall of Fame, baseball equipment, the great announcers and other interesting displays. The Museum and Hall of Fame are located behind the Main Concourse between Sections 133 and 136.

“Fan Walk” Bricks

Located in the Bullpen Market, the “Fan Walk” consists of more than 12,500 paving bricks inscribed with the names and sentiments of Mariner fans. The main Guest Service Center at Section 128 has a full list of all brick locations.

Kids’ Clubhouse

From toddlers to teens, the Kids’ Clubhouse has cool stuff for kids. Our store features everything a kid could want, including apparel and Mariner Moose items! The Kids’ Clubhouse is located in the Center Field Plaza on the Main Concourse.

Moose Den

Located in Center Field on the Main Concourse, the Moose Den provides our younger fans an opportunity to meet the Mariner Moose periodically during each Mariners home game. Photo opportunities are provided for all Guests.

Seattle Children’s Hospital Playfield

Located in Center Field on the main concourse, and is designed for our younger guests. It features a playground, Moose’s Munchies concessions, the Seattle Children’s Hospital Wishing Well and the Kid’s Clubhouse Store. Television monitors are conveniently placed so parents won’t miss any of the game.


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