U.S. Bank Stadium, home to the Minnesota Vikings
In town for a Vikings game? Just 18miles away in downtown Minneapolis is US Bank Stadium
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.
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.
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. ”
“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.)”
“It doesn't really feel like winter in State of Hockey's Capital City until you've made a trip to the Xcel Energy Center for a Minnesota Wild game. The 2019 Isobel Cup Champion Minnesota Whitecaps—the professional women's team returns for year two at Downtown's TRIA Rink after bringing home the championship in their inaugural season. Cap off the season by watching the best high school hockey around at the Minnesota Girls' and Boys' State High School Hockey Tournaments at Xcel Energy Center (Feb. 19-22 and March 4-7, respectively.)”
“You can go in during open hours in street clothes to see the yellow room and walk out on the endless bridge - best view of Minneapolis over the Mississippi & it’s free! Pro tip - walk across the Stone Arch Bridge on your way. ”