If you're in town for a Minnesota Twins baseball game, just hop on the train (take Fairview Station going west), and you're there in 35 minutes. (You'll also save a bundle on parking.)
The stadium is an impressive experience in itself even if you aren’t impressed with baseball. Definitely a must see during baseball season.
One of the best MLB stadiums in the country. Fairly wide open concourses, great views of downtown Minneapolis, nice range of standard ballpark food and better quality, local options (like Red Cow and Pizza Luce) make this a great way to spend part of a day even if you don’t watch much of the game…
Minnesota Twins baseball. If you like good baseball - sit on the third baseline and see the city of Minneapolis framed by this fantastic outdoor stadium.
Point of Interest
“The Target Center is home to the MN Timberwolves and the MN Lynx. A great place to see a game. The Target Center will also host concerts, not our favorite place to see a concert but for a big venue it's not the worst either. ”
“Home of the MN Vikings! Like the Target Center US Banks stadium will also hold concerts, if you go be sure to sit as close as you can, the quality in sound decreases as you go up. ”
“Minneapolis St. Paul is well known for our theater scene, and this is the ultimate experience. Tickets aren't cheap, but totally worth the experience!”
College Football Field
“A 10-min drive, or an easy 18-minute train ride, this is where the University of Minnesota holds many sporting (and other) events.”
“The Walker is a modern art museum with tons of programming for families and serious art buffs. It's a great inclement weather activity and the adjacent (free) sculpture garden is great when it's not raining or snowing.”