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Target Field Transit

What's Your Plan?

Attending a Twins game at Target Field, located in the historic Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis, is a unique and exciting urban entertainment experience. Come early before the game or stay later after the game to experience downtown amenities, pre and postgame activities, shopping, dining, unique sights, parks and other entertainment events. Enjoy the extra time to savor Target Field and the downtown experience.

Stay Later

Have a snack or a beverage at Hrbek's, the Town Ball Tavern and the Metropolitan Club, which remain open for one hour after the game. The historic Warehouse District provides excellent night life with countless restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs. Whether you are looking for a bite to eat, a few drinks after the game or an extended Twins victory celebration, you can find the right place just blocks from Target Field. Plan ahead by seeking out dining guides before your visit or make an adventure out of it by setting out on-foot and choosing whatever places catches your eye.

Gotta Go
Your route is dependent upon which direction you are heading. Regardless, you'll want to leave just before the game is over to avoid traffic.

  • 94 East - Hop on 6th Street South and you will find yourself on a quick way out of downtown with direct access to I-94 East
  • 394 - Enter I-394 with 3rd Ave North and Linden Ave North (via Hawthorne Ave) or via 3rd St. N.
  • 94 West - 3rd Street North, just two blocks northeast of Target Field, will provide you with immediate access to I-94 West and your ultimate destination.
  • 35W South - Take any even-numbered street from Target Field and turn right onto 4th Ave South. This will take you to an on-ramp for I-35W South.
  • 35W North - Head East on Washington Avenue South and you will find yourself near an on-ramp for I-35W North in no time. Washington Avenue is located just three blocks northeast of Target Field and changes from Washington Ave North to Washington Avenue South at the Hennepin Avenue intersection.

Pregame meal

All Target Field restaurants open at gate opening. Arrive early and make Nicollet Mall, Hennepin Avenue, 1st Avenue or the North Loop neighborhood your destination. If you want to sit down and enjoy your meal, get downtown early to give yourself plenty of time to pick a restaurant, eat, and walk to Target Field. If you just want something quick, you'll still want to give yourself walking time and accommodate for others that have the same idea, especially if you are within a few blocks from the ballpark.

Something else in mind?

Regardless of your pre or postgame plans, plan ahead and give yourself plenty of time to make sure you can safely get to Target Field. Whether traveling from within the metro area or from Greater Minnesota Twins Territory, the key to maximizing the Target Field transportation experience is to plan ahead and consider all the transportation options available to you.