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Target Field, Minneapolis

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Fun & Games
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. A visit to Target Field represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Minneapolis tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • We took our first trip to Target Field to see their third game against Kansas City. It was also our first time to use the Northstar commuter line that starts in Elk River and ends at the Target Field ...  more »
  • Perfect orientation of field so that the sun is behind you during afternoon games. Tougher for players but great for fans. Food is expensive, but all parks are nowadays. The drink rail is the perfect ...  more »
  • Target field is a very upscale newer baseball stadium. All seats have a great view of the game. Many good choices for food and drink. Craft beers and trendy cuisine . Child friendly too.  more »
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  • Great ball park! The facility was clean and well organized. The foot traffic flowed very easily up from the street to all of the sections, no matter what gate was used. Exiting the park was just as smooth. I would imagine that every seat in the park is good. It appears to be just the right size for the Twins fan base. Yes, the food and drinks were very expensive. A hot dog and beer will cost nearly $15. Restrooms were numerous and clean. The park is downtown, and you'll have to spend $20 to park several blocks away. Plan ahead! Look into the railway option.
  • Target Field is an excellent venue to watch baseball! No matter the weather, no matter how bad the Twins may be some years, I always love attending games. There's great food, better beer, and I've enjoyed the view from every seat I've sat in. The views are carefully thought out to provide an excellent no matter where you buy tickets.
  • Very nice and clean stadium. Not a bad seat in the house. Staff is super friendly. And if the weather is bad, you can take the public skyway to travel across the whole city. Great place to visit if you're in the area.
  • Finest ballpark I've ever been too. Seating is comfortable from the bleachers to the boxes. Sightlines are fantastic in pretty much every seat. Food is varied and well prepared, about average price for.a ballgame. Lots of history and fan attractions for before and after the game. Wide open concourses and plenty of bathrooms.
  • I have been to several Twins games and outdoor concerts here. Its a great facility with a wonderful fan experience. Great variety of food and beverage options. I really like all of the cool bars you can hang out in! Like most all sports venues, prices are kinda high.