Tour CenturyLink FieldJoin the hour-and-a-half stadium tour to look at behind-the-scene areas and suites at CenturyLink Field. You can also enjoy gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, and downtown Seattle.Pay a Visit to the Olympic Sculpture ParkOpen throughout the year, the Olympic Sculpture Park was created by the Seattle Art Museum. Spanning nine acres, the park is an outdoor museum filled with fascinating works of art.Stroll through the Seattle WaterfrontA family-friendly arcade, fine-dining restaurants, art galleries, souvenir shops, and stunning views are on offer on Seattle’s waterfront.
How to Get to CenturyLink FieldGetting to CenturyLink Field is easy – it’s just one mile away from downtown Seattle. There are various public transportation options available to you, including buses and trains. Alternatively, drive there yourself – it’s accessible by numerous freeways.What Foods Do the Concession Stands Sell?Burgers, wraps, Chinese soup, candies, fries, fish and chips, pizza, hot dogs, and meat pies are some of the foods on sale at the stadium. Accompany your meal with coffee, hot chocolate, beer, or wine.Is Parking Available at the CenturyLink Field?With approximately 10,000 parking spaces, finding a place for your car won't be difficult. The further away you park from the stadium, the cheaper the parking fee will be. It’s recommended that you book a parking space beforehand for game day.