Stadium tours of Seattle’s professional and collegiate football, soccer, and baseball fields include exclusive back-of-house areas, press box, premier suites and club areas, dugouts, playing fields, and team areas. Bring your camera to capture stunning views of the Seattle skyline and sweeping vistas of the Olympic Mountains over Puget Sound.
Tips for enjoying a stadium tour: Stadium tours are extended walking tours that utilize ramps, elevators, and stairs, both inside and outside. Tours are wheelchair accessible, but wheelchairs are not be provided. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather.
Stadium Tours have currently been put on hold until further notice (we’re guessing fall 2021 or sometime in 2022).
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Husky Stadium Tours
University of Washington fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at this state-of-the-art college football stadium. First built in 1920, Husky Stadium was renovated in 2013 to seat over 70,000 fans. It is now one of the largest stadiums in College Football.
Husky Stadium Tours last 60-90 minutes. Advance registration is required at least 5 business days in advance. Tours begin in front of the Alaska Airlines Arena (aka Hec Edmundson Pavilion). Tickets: $10 per person suggested donation.
Husky Stadium Tour Schedule
Tours are offered to individuals and groups year-around by advance reservation only. Tour availability is affected by the gamedays, seasonal, and special events held throughout the year.
- Individual public tours are available by advance registration only on Tuesday and Thursday (except holidays) at 2:00pm. Groups tours for 10 or more people may also be booked in advance.
- A $10 per person donation to support the Competitive Edge Fund is suggested. The fund supports student-athletes in their education and in competition.
- More info: Husky Stadium Tours – University of Washington Athletics (gohuskies.com)
Lumen Field Tours
Lumen Field was originally the brainchild of Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen (1953-2018), who obtained an option to purchase the Seattle Seahawks in 1996. He then launched a campaign to build a new world-class football field, soccer stadium, and exhibition center on the site of the former Seattle Kingdome. Seahawks Stadium, as it was originally known, opened for the 2002 National Football League preseason. It was renamed Qwest Field in 2004, CenturyLink Field in 2011, and Lumen Field in 202. Today, Lumen field is home to the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC.
Tours of Lumen Field are approximately 90-minute. Tours begin and end at the Pro Shop at Lumen Field on Occidental Avenue. Lumen Field tour tickets must be purchased in person at one of the following locations: the Stadium Box Office off Occidental Avenue, the Downtown Seattle Pro Shop at 410 Pike Street, or the Renton Pro Shop location at the Landing. Tours do sell out, so you may wish to purchase tickets well in advance or keep your tour date flexible. Tickets: Adults (12+) $14, Children (5-11) $8, Seniors (62+) and Military $10, Children 4 and under Free.
Lumen Field Tour Schedule
Tours are offered year around. However, tour schedules are affected by the seasons, gamedays, and special events held throughout the year. Group tours are also available, contact the venue for more details.
- Summer tours: June-August operate daily at 10:30, 12:30pm and 2:30pm.
- Winter tours: September-May operate only on weekends (Friday-Sunday) and begin at 10:30, 12:30pm and 2:30pm.
For more information or to purchase advance Lumen Field stadium tour tickets, visit: Stadium Tours – Lumen Field in Seattle
T-Mobile Park Tours
Home to the Major League baseball team Seattle Mariners, the first game at T-Mobile Park (formerly Safeco Field) took place on July 15, 1999. The nearly 20-acre outdoor ballpark features real grass and a one-of-a-kind retractable roof designed to cover, but not enclose the ballpark, which preserves an open-air game environment. The push of a button closes or opens the roof in an average of 10-20 minutes (depending on wind and other weather conditions).
Tours of T-Mobile Park are approximately one hour. Tours depart from the Mariners Team Store located on the First Avenue South side of the park. Purchase T-Mobile Park tour tickets online in advance. Tickets: Adult: $12, Senior/Military: $11, Child: $10.
T-Mobile Park Tour Schedule
Tours are offered year around. However, tour schedules are affected by the seasons, gamedays and special events held throughout the year–see the list below. Group tours are also available, contact the venue for more details. For more information or to purchase advance T-Mobile Park stadium tour tickets, visit: https://www.mlb.com/mariners/ballpark/tours
- During winter (January – March), tours are available Tuesday-Saturday at 10:30am and 12:30pm and Sunday: 12:30pm & 2:30pm. No tours are available on Mondays.
- During baseball season (April – October) tours are available non-gamedays at 10:30am, 12:30pm & 2:30pm.
- During baseball season (April – October) tours are available on gameday, only if a game is scheduled AFTER 6pm. Tours are available at 10:30am & 12:30pm.
- During baseball season (April – October) tours are not available on gameday when there is a game scheduled BEFORE 6pm.
During the holiday season (November-December), no tours are available at T-Mobile Park due to the Enchant Christmas Light Maze & Market. For more information about Enchant, visit: https://www.mlb.com/mariners/tickets/events/enchant