Visit T-Mobile Park for a glimpse inside Seattle’s major league baseball stadium. Tours of the park are held year-round, and include parts of the stadium that aren’t usually open to the public, including the owners suite, press box, fields, dugouts, and visitors clubhouse. Check out T-Mobile Park on your own, or join a Seattle sightseeing tour that stops by the park.
If you’re hoping to catch a game, Mariners tickets are sold online and at the T-Mobile Park box office.
Things to Know Before You Go
Tours of T-Mobile Park are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.
Park tours last about an hour and depart from the Mariners Team Store.
Outside food and drinks are prohibited at T-Mobile Park, but small backpacks are allowed.
How to Get There
Located south of Pioneer Square, T-Mobile Park is easily reached from Interstate 5, and game-day parking is available at on-site garages from $20. Traffic jams are typical when the Mariners are playing, so get to the stadium early. Or, take public transit—several buses stop at the park.
When to Get There
During the off-season (November through late March), tours of T-Mobile Park are offered twice daily every day except Monday and Wednesday. During baseball season (late March through October), tours are available on non-game-days and days when games begin after 6pm. If you’re attending a Mariners game, arrive early and plan on delays.
Where to Sit at T-Mobile Park
A wide range of seating areas at T-Mobile Park can make it challenging to choose your tickets. Most fans agree, though, that there are no bad seats—every section has great views of the field. The high-end Diamond Club seats are an impressive option just behind the home plate, while families with children often pick seats near center field, where you’ll find the Kids’ Clubhouse store and kid-friendly activities.
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