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Target Field is a great place to watch a ballgame and kick back with friends. There are also some great places to eat and take in the atmosphere. The place feels more upscale and inviting than the US Bank stadium.
Was in town the last week of the season and was able to watch the Twins play the Tigers. It was a pretty chilly night so was thankful to find a seat under a heater. Parking was simple and the people were friendly. Stadium was...More
Target Field is the nicest ballpark I have been to. You can get very close to the players and the field, and won‘t have to pay a fortune for the tickets. Having sat in many different sections since the ballpark opened, there really aren‘t any...More
We have been to Target Field many times. I know they say that there are no bad seats..yes, there are. If you sit up in the outfield and higher up all the players look like little ants running around. There is a great variety of...More
Very improved food and beverage offerings, easy access to get to the stadium especially if you take the Metro directly to the stadium. Not a bad seat in the house and a really fun and electric atmosphere when they are good or play the Cubs,...More
We nearly watched a perfect game here! Although irrelevant to the review, it’s worth taking a note! I was in town and the Twins were playing. (I’m a cubs fan) but decided to attend. What a great stadium and fantastic architecture. This is the gem...More
Growing up in NYC, I was a Yankees fanatic (I still am), but also a baseball fan no matter who's playing. When I moved to the Twin Cities more than 30 years ago, it was my 4th American League city to live in, which was...More