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Miller Park, Milwaukee

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web
The proud owner of North America's only fan-shaped convertible roof that opens and closes, Miller Park is home to the Milwaukee Brewers. The baseball stadium attracts millions of fans every year. If you're at a game, watch for events such as Bernie Brewer's clubhouse and the sausage races, which take place every sixth inning. In addition to the "Take me Out to the Ballgame" song, fans sing "Roll Out the Barrel" to salute the city's beer-making industry. Make Miller Park a centerpiece of your Milwaukee vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Milwaukee travel itinerary maker.
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  • This is a very unique stadium as all the beer is filtered through a line that comes directly from the brewery. Where else can you get beer that fresh? Nowhere that I know of. Great food options here a...  read more »
  • We saw the Mets lose two games on the weekend we went to Milwaukee. The sting was softened by how nice everyone was at Miller Park. The staff were all very courteous and friendly (even though we wore ...  read more »
  • I am a Cubs fan living in Milwaukee and love seeing games here! If you've never been here before, make sure to get to the game a little early and just walk around inside. It's a really cool stadium. 
  • I love baseball and even when the Brewers aren't playing well (which, lets face it, happens often) you can always find something entertaining at Miller Park. Overall, I think the staff at Miller Park do a wonderful job of keeping everyone entertained whether you're a baseball fan or not. There are many activities for kids besides watching the game, they keep between innings interesting, great food spots, and there are plenty of great people watching seats. I've been a 10 pack holder for 5 years now so I've ran into my fair share of obnoxious fans (both Brewers and opposing teams), staff members who aren't quite pleasant or know what's going on, and traffic, but I always come back because I know that I'll inevitably have a good time!
  • We had so much fun bringing the kids here for their first game. On Sundays kids can eat free, which was nice. It wasn't too busy and the weather was good. Parking was easy and it went quickly to get inside and be seated.
  • Super fun park, and an engineering marvel to boot. Tradition abounds here, very much indicative of quirky Milwaukee culture. There's the Sausage Race, the rousing "Roll Out the Barrel" song, and Bernie Brewer going down the slide after each Brewer homer. Lots of fun, even when they get murdered by the visiting team. The park itself is huge and awesome. Not a ton of facilities, and most of the memorabilia is outside on monuments to the retired-numbers of the organization, though there might be a club level I didn't see. The roof is retractable, and closes like the letter "C" as opposed to a sliding flat roof. I spent a collective 15 minutes inside and outside admitting the structure. It's quite a sight. We've been to 6 active parks, and this is tied for tops with Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium.
  • We had such a fun time at Miller Park! We had box seats so I can't do much but give it 5 stars! We also had seats right behind home plate which were just fantastic! Absolutely loved the atmosphere! A must see if you're in the Milwaukee area.
  • A beautiful newer stadium with a mobile ceiling; Miller Park offers a unique experience for any baseball fan, regardless of your affiliation (go Tigers!). Steep stadium seating combined with an indoor feel make for a very cool outing in the Milwaukee area. Parking is always easy and on-site, and you can't go wrong with the ability to tailgate basically anywhere in the parking lot (or join with other friendly Midwesterners). Don't forget about the sausage race, and mascot Bernie Brewer, who takes a trip down a windy slide every time the Brewers score a run. A must for anyone visiting Milwaukee in the summertime.
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