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Minneapolis Target Field

Target Field

1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55403
Category: Entertainment
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Target Field - Home of the Minnesota Twins

Target Field is a spectacular and intimate ballpark located in the historic warehouse district in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. Home to the Minnesota Twins, the park offers amazing views of the skyline and surrounding park space, impressive amenities, and an array of dining and shopping spots. This state-of-the-art urban facility was named the #1 ballpark experience in 2010, and hosted the MLB All-Star game in 2014.



  • Monday - Thursday, gates open 1 1/2 hours prior to game time
  • Friday - Sunday, gates open 2 hours prior to game time

Prices -

$10.00 - $150.00. Varies Per Game.


  • 2014 MLB All - Star Game
  • Wedding Ceremonies
  • School & Family Events
  • Fundraisers & Galas


  • Baseball Games
  • Live Concerts
  • Trade Shows
  • Guided Tours

Concessions and Restaurants

Target Field has three main restaurants and bars, Town Ball Tavern, Hrbek’s Pub, and two bars behind home plate in the upper concourse called Twins Pubs. Throughout the stadium, you’ll find local favorites like wild rice soup, walleye, Kramarczuk sausages and the famous Murray's Steak Sandwich.

Prominent design features

Target Field is an urban ballpark located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. The park includes a public garden, known as Target Plaza, commuter rail, bike trails and walkways to its beautiful city surroundings. The stadium is built with local limestone and features heated playing field and viewing area.


  • What MLB team is Target Field home to?

    Target Field is the home ballpark to the MLB team, Minnesota Twins. The park was ranked as the #1 stadium experience by ESPN magazine in 2010.
  • What connections to the stadium are there available via Minneapolis metro transit?

    Target Field is a multi-modal, transit focused ballpark located in historic warehouse district in downtown Minneapolis. It includes two bus terminals that link to the downtown skyways and the METRO Blue Line ends at Target Field Station. The Green Line will be completed in 2014 and will connect the park to downtown St. Paul.

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