This is a baseball field in the Downtown area of the city. It is the home ground of the Minnesota Twins. The team got its name due to the name of the twin cities, Minneapolis- Minnesota. This stadium was originally built for the Minneapolis Millers. It was later turned into a multi- purpose stadium to host a number of teams including the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Vikings and the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers Football team. In 2010, the ESPN Magazine ranked this stadium as #1 baseball stadium in North America.
The renovated stadium has a lot to admire:
- The stadium is made in a double deck design with soft green grass. The field is situated in a way to give the audience the best view of the players.
- Target Plaza- It is the gathering area behind the right field gate.
- Twins Bars and Restaurants- There are three very good bars and restaurants inside the target field.
- Minnie and Paul Logo- This stands in the center of the field. The figures are of two players of the minor league that existed before the rise of the Minnesota Twins. There is one player from the Minneapolis Millers and another from the St. Paul’s Saints.
- The stadium also hosts large musical concerts and other events.
- You should definitely carry a pair of sunglasses and apply sunscreen before coming here.
- Timings are best on the tournaments. Check the official website for the current schedules.
- Rates vary according to the various tournaments.
- Bus numbers 4,6, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 25, 59, 94, 134, 353, 355, 365, 374, 663, 675 till North st.
- Cowboy Jack’s Downtown Minneapolis
- Pizza Luce
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95% of people who visit Minneapolis include Target Field in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
78.69% of people start their Target Field visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Target Field
92.18% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Target Field
The stadium is immaculate and easy to navigate. Typical food/drink selection for a ball park with a couple regional craft beers thrown in. Entry was a bit of a mess as (at least when I went) they did not have any sort of vestibule/fencing up in front of security to form any sort of organized line, so everyone was sort of just mobbing the gate, which created a situation where you either had to be rude and push your way up or not move as everyone would just walk around you.
Great ball park! I like the skyline views and convenience to the light rail. Good selection of food and drink. Every seat has a good view. The concourses flow well.
Great day at Target field! Staff quite welcoming and knowledgeable. Clean public areas everywhere we walked. Great food (I really liked the bratwurst stand). The free stocking caps were a nice added touch. I didn't know the heating was so well placed/ hats off to the designers of Target field!
Great ballpark with a beautiful backdrop of downtown Minneapolis. Not a bad seat in the house. Close to great restaurants like The Loon and Cowboy Jack's.
I really enjoyed going to see a live baseball game. I had not done that in a long time. Target Field did not disappoint! The crowd was great and very excited. Lots of crowd involvement during the game. I found it fun. The seats were decent. I liked the cup holder in front of you rather than putting a drink on the ground. I did not see as many vendors going up and the stairs selling. I did have to find my way back to get another beer. Not horrible, just different from when I went as a child. Overall, the game was fun and Target field was a neat experience.