Trip Planner: USA / Minnesota / Minneapolis / Target Field
Home of the Minnesota Twins, ESPN ranked Target Field the number one baseball stadium experience in America. View a game from the Budweiser roof deck, where the only bonfire in the major league exists. Consider trying the Jucy Lucy burger at the Town Ball Tavern on the upper concourse. Many of the concessions are served on a stick, with the exceptions of Minnesota favorites, such as walleye and wild rice soup. Consider enjoying a cold drink at Twins Pub, the only indoor bar with a view over the field. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Minneapolis holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Target Field and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Target Field reviews
This is a great place to watch a baseball game. There is a great public transit with the light rail system that can take you right to the ballpark. The stadium that the Twins play in is family...
This is a great place to watch a baseball game. There is a great public transit with the light rail system that can take you right to the ballpark. The stadium that the Twins play in is family... more »
Cool, excellent ballpark tour from Mr. Bob. We got to see many areas of the park that would otherwise be off limits to fans, including the...
Cool, excellent ballpark tour from Mr. Bob. We got to see many areas of the park that would otherwise be off limits to fans, including the... more »
Beautiful baseball stadium tucked away in downtown Minneapolis. The staff is always friendly and the views are always scenic. True baseball fans will appreciate being able to catch both starting pitchers warm up simultaneously. Lots of little restaurants and bars to catch some good food and drinks at. The state fair mini donuts, walleye and cheese curds are a must.The stadium also features a lot of standing room areas to catch the game from. Also, the team store is magnificent. They have anything a Twins fan could want or someone just looking for a souvenir. Plenty of parking around the stadium. If you're traveling from the south you can take the Metro Transit blue line from Mall of America for just $2 a ride. Its about a 40-minute ride but it beats driving downtown. Not sure if it's a good nighttime option, due to unsavory characters along the route that may board the train.
We sat in the Delta 360 skybox area and the memorabilia in the indoor area added a lot of history and was interesting to browse. The games offer a LOT of food options. I think anyone could find food from a vendor as some accommodate dietary restrictions. Parking was easy in the ramp next to the field and was pretty cheap! Fun atmosphere and worth a visit even if not a Twins fan.
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