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Target Field Introduction

Home of the Major League Baseball team, Minnesota Twins, Target Field is a 39,000-seater ballpark in downtown Minneapolis. Opened in 2010, this sprawling open-air stadium was designed by the architects Populous, who also created PNC Park in Pittsburgh and AT&T Park in San Francisco. It has been host to big-name concerts including Paul McCartney and Kenny Chesney, who have performed sell-out gigs. There are several bars and restaurants on-site, including the Town Ball Tavern and Hrbek's, named after former Twins first baseman, Kent Hrbek. Target Field's prime downtown spot means there are plenty of sports bars and restaurants on the doorstep.

Hotels near Target Field

There's a wealth of hotels within easy reach of Target Field, including mid-range and upmarket options. Some of the more swish hotels nearby have sleek rooms, full-service spas, and stylish bars and restaurants. More affordable hotels near Target Field typically offer indoor pools, fitness centers and free breakfast. Summer is peak visitor season in Minneapolis, and hotel room prices reflect this. Spring and fall are pleasant times to stay, but for the best deals come between November and April. The winter temperatures can drop well below freezing, so you'll need to wrap up warm.

Where to stay near Target Field

Target Field is in Central Minneapolis, which is split into Downtown East and Downtown West. It's one of the city's most popular areas to stay, with the main drag, Hennepin Avenue, brimming with lively bars, hip restaurants and theaters. It's also a busy shopping area and home to big-name stores including Macy's, Barnes & Noble, and Target, so it's very popular for a spot of retail therapy. Northeast of downtown is the Warehouse District, situated on the banks of the Mississippi River. As the city's entertainment district, it attracts a younger crowd who come for the many pubs, clubs and live music venues.

Things to see near Target Field

It's a 7-minute walk from the stadium to the Hennepin Theater district, where you can book tickets to star-studded shows in the historic State Theater or Orpheum Theater, both of which date back to the early 1920s. Or you can head a mile south to the Lowry Hill district and visit the Walker Art Center, which is regarded as one of the premier art museums in the country. It's also home to the city's iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry, a giant sculpture by Claes Oldenburg. From Lowry Hill it's a 16-minute stroll to the Minneapolis Convention Center.

How to get to Target Field

Target Field is easily accessible from all areas of Minneapolis. It's just off I-394 and there's plenty of public parking available nearby. You can also get to the stadium via public transport. It has its own Metro Transit light rail station and commuter train station, and is on various bus routes. Northstar offers a direct commuter rail service from other major cities in Minnesota. The nearest Amtrak station is 13 miles east in Saint Paul, while Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport is 12.5 miles southeast of the stadium. Visitors can explore the city via its extensive Metro and bus network.

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