The Colorado Rockies play at Coors Field, which was built in 1995 and seats 50,499. The Colorado Rockies played the Chicago Cubs and the Rockies won 2-0. Andrea complained much of the game that she hadn't seen a homerun and then a Rockies player hit one to win the game, so she was happy. This stadium has the same feel as SAFECO. Many features are the same including the bad one of obstructed views in the 300 level caused by the landing railings. The weather was pleasureable with a beautiful sunset over the real Rockies. We were sitting in our $20.75 seats ($17 basic price, $2.50 service charge per ticket, $1.25 transaction fee) beyond the infield on the 300 level. The Rockies have a four tier ticket price structure depending on who they are playing. This ticket could cost $11, $13, $17, or $19, most of the time it is $17. Sammy Sosa was up 3 times and only hit a double. Nice variety of food items. Interesting bullpen area and waterfall area, see picture. Dinger is the mascot and looks like a dinosauer. Andrea is standing under a sign the says 1 Mile High. The field lines are RF-350', CF 415', LF-347' RC-375', LC-390', a longer outfield because of the thinner air which makes for more homeruns. Denny Neagle for the Rockies got a shutout. It was a real well pitched game on both sides. The box score was Cubs R-0, H-5, E-0 and Rockies R-2, H-5, E-0.
Four Mile Historic Park - has reconstructed 1860s stock ranch and stagecoach stop.

Molly Brown House - was the home of a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic. She became known as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown".