Welcome to the fabulous home of the Seattle Mariners. With sweeping views of Seattle's downtown skyline, breathtaking sunsets over Puget Sound and excellent views of game action from all angles, fans get an experience unequalled in baseball. Guests are treated to a 19.59-acre outdoor baseball park with real grass, a retractable roof, endless food and beverage options and non stop action.
Embarking on a new era in Mariners' baseball history, the club opened it's new ballpark, T-Mobile Park (Formerly SAFECO Field), on July 15, 1999 vs. the San Diego Padres. The team would go on to grab a wild card berth in the 2000 playoffs, advancing to the ALCS vs. the eventual Champion New York Yankees. Next year (2001), the Seattle Mariners went on to tie the major league record for wins in a single season with 116. Come see stars like: Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano, Hisashi Iwakuma and many more battle it out at T-Mobile Park as they strive towards the World Series.
T-Mobile Park offers tours! This is you opportunity to tour one of the premier baseball facilities ever built. See areas of the ballpark that are not normally open to the public, such as the Press Box, Private Suites, Field, Dugouts and Visitors Clubhouse if not in use. Cameras welcome!
Food & Drink:
The stadium has updated menu options including choices from local celebrity chef, Ethan Stowell, ballpark favorites like hot dogs and pizza as well as limited selections at Ivar's and The Natural, which features gluten-friendly, vegetarian, vegan and plant-based menu items. Beverage options include coffee, soda, water, beer, wine and other alcoholic drinks. Check out the food and beer finder tool. All concession stands are cashless.
Check out SODO’s premier pre and postgame destination across the street from T-Mobile Park – featuring Hatback Bar & Grille, Steelheads Alley and the beer garden at Victory Hall.
An affordable and easy-to-use option for getting around Seattle – Link light rail is a great way to get to T-Mobile Park. Hop on at any of the three stations in Seattle Southside: Angle Lake, SeaTac/Airport and Tukwila International Blvd. and head north to the Stadium and International District/Chinatown stations – both just a short walk from the ballpark. Link trains run every 8, 10 or 15 minutes depending on the time of day. Service is available postgame to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday and until midnight on Sunday and holidays. Adult fares range from $2.25 to $3.50 depending on how far you travel.
If you are traveling to Seattle for an event at T-Mobile Park, be sure to book your hotel in Seattle Southside for the best rates and easy access to the stadium via light rail. Search for rooms and rates in Seattle Southside.