6. Explore Activities In And Around The Ballpark
If you're bringing the kids along to the game, you won't want to miss this one. There are many activities going on directly around Target Field. Get to the ballpark early and walk around the outside space called Target Plaza. Here you will find multiple photo opportunities, including an oversized bronze glove, statutes of Twins Hall of Famers, and the Tradition Wall which recognizes every player who has ever worn a Twins jersey. While you're hanging out on the plaza, stop by the Twins Clubhouse Store, a merchandise shop where you can load up on Twins gear.
Once inside, Target Field’s many “social spaces,” open to anyone with a ticket and located from behind home plate to centerfield, from foul pole to foul pole, and across all levels – from the Budweiser Roof Deck, Summit Brewing Pub and Gray Duck Deck in left field, to Schneiderman’s Lawn and Truly On Deck in right field; from Hrbek’s and Twins Pub behind home plate to Minnie & Paul’s in centerfield – are meant to be shared with friends, family and other fans in an inclusive, engaging environment.
There's also a chance to tour the ballpark and get a sneak peak at areas of Target Field that many baseball fans don't get to see. Tours are available on game days and non-game days, and tickets are available online or at the Target Field box office.