Target Field, Minneapolis
About Target Field, Minneapolis
Target Field, Minneapolis - Address, Phone Number
Address: 353 N 5th St, Minneapolis, MN 55403, United States
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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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.
Target Field Information
- 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.
Target Field Ticket Prices
- Rates vary according to the various tournaments.
How To reach Target Field by Public Transport
- Bus numbers 4,6, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 25, 59, 94, 134, 353, 355, 365, 374, 663, 675 till North st.
Restaurants Near Target Field
- Cowboy Jack’s Downtown Minneapolis
- Pizza Luce
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Target Field, Minneapolis Reviews - Write a Review
A great venue with solid location to Minneapolis bars and restaurants. This field is fun to go to regardless of the performance of the Twins. Like all sports centers, don't expect anything but marked up food and drink; the options are novel, local and delicious. The club is with good views and decent drink prices. When in high school I did paid concessions work for a local non profit that runs various portable and permanent food concessions (beer, brats, etc.). The food is made with fresh ingredients and made the day of always. Waste is discouraged and workers cannot help themselves to any food, so the customer always comes first. Seeing the inner workings both have respect for the building and logistics but also the quality of service... Because I was trained to uphold a standard of service. It's a great place to bring friends from out of town and give them a taste of Minnesota.
This ballpark will always have a special place in my heart as it's the ballpark for my hometown team. I used to think this was the greatest ballpark out there, but after visiting a half dozen other ballparks from around the league, I've come to realize there isn't much that is special about Target Field. Still a great place, just not one of the best.
Awesome ballpark! Easiest one to get to and with the cheapest parking- practically inside the stadium. Game finished and we were on the road in about 5 minutes. Tickets were average price with an expensive convenience fee. Still, the overall experience was worth every penny and I would highly recommend it. Only my home park of Wrigley field has ever given me a Baseball experience on the same level. Way to go Minnesota!
I saw a concert here and it is inappropriate as a music venue. While walking to our seats in the stadium, the covered part, I could hear the melody, but I couldn't understand the words. It all sounded muffled. Our seats were in the open air and we could hear better. The extra speakers gave so much feedback, and it had a 2-3 second delay. It was annoying and we couldn't hear well because of that. It's really not a good music venue. I wouldn't recommend it.
Had a great time at Target Field recently. I'm not a huge sports fan, but this was a fun night. The tickets recommended to us were great, and only $28! I was impressed with all the various food vendors. The field had some great vintage signboards, and the fireworks with a home run really added to the celebratory feeling. Friendly fans from both the home team and the visiting team.
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