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.
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…
Enjoy a lovely evening watching the Twins, fireworks on Friday nights.! The stadium is a city treasure, all the stonework is local from northern Minnesota. Easily accessed by bicycle, bus or light rail.
Go support the MN Twins! Great looking stadium. Food vendors, etc. Great place to walk around and explore. The Twins never win, unfortunately.
Point of Interest
“Target Center is across the street from First Avenue, the birthplace of many of the great musicians from Minnesota; including Prince, Jimmy Jam, Shiela E, Morris Davis; Janet Jackson came here to capture the sound she made famous with Terrie Lewis and Jimmy Jam.”
“This is the first downtown Minneapolis stop and also where you can choose to ride the Green Line into St Paul or the Blue Line into Bloomington for the airport or MOA. Plenty of room to wait in comfort for whatever train you need. Usually it's very clean and well maintained.”
“Catch a show (A Christmas Story is always great around the holidays) or step out onto their incredible overlook for a view of the Mississippi River from the west side. ”
College Football Field
“Gopher football. Great to walk or bike to, enjoy Dinkytown while you are there.”
“The Walker is Minneapolis’ contemporary art museum. It also hosts an outdoor sculpture garden as well as mini golf in the warmer months. Don’t miss the iconic Cheery and Spoon!”