Target Field is most known as the home of the Minnesota Twins, but here is far more to it than just baseball. With the season underway, now is the time to see Target Field. You can take in a game, take a tour or enjoy one of the other events at the field.
Target Field Tours
Rated at the #1 fan experience out of all the major league stadiums by ESPN the Magazine, Target Field provides something everybody should experience. The guided 90-minute tour provides a look at all the areas of the field guests may not see during a game. Some of the areas you will get to see include:
- The Press Box
- The Clubhouse
- Budweiser Roof Deck
- Champions Club
- Metropolitan Club
- Legends Club
- Suite Level
- And More!
You will get to take in memorabilia, art work and much more as you take a tour of Target Field.
Tours are offered at public, private and educational. You can take a tour before a Minnesota Twins Game or on non-game day. Private tours can be used to entertain clients, while educational tours are great for youth groups and organizations.
Getting to the Stadium
You can get to the stadium in many different ways for a Twins game or a tour. You can drive yourself, use public transportation, walk, or ride your bike. Those biking or on foot can use the trail guide including Cedar Lake Bike Trail and Downtown Pedestrian Routes to get to the file. If you come by METRO, you can take the blue or the green line light rail or the Northstar commuter rail to get to the park.
Tickets for Games
Maybe you want to come to Target Field for a tour and a game. Tickets come in a variety of prices depending on the game and where you sit. Regular prices include:
- Dugout Box - $60 to $140
- Home Plate Box - $40 to $90
- Diamond Box - $30 to $70
- Field Box - $25 to $60
- Left Field Bleachers - $14 to $40
- Powerball Pavilion - $15 to $40
- Overlook - $15 to $35
- Great Clips Great Seats - $30 to $60
There are many other sections with different prices, as well. Tickets start as low as $10 and some promotional games may even be less.