5. Target Field is a family-friendly ballpark
Target Field is filled with engaging, interactive activities for fans of all ages – along with several budget-conscious deals – making a Twins game the perfect, family-friendly outing.
T.C.’s Clubhouse, located in section 229, features a small playground for children 48 inches tall and shorter, along with daily appearances by the Twins’ beloved bear mascot, T.C.! The Schneiderman’s Lawn inside Gate 34 is a great place to play yard games or just run off energy, while parents can keep tabs on the game on the area’s videoboard displays.
For every game, a ticket in the alcohol-free CUB Family Section comes complete with a FREE hot dog and Pepsi. Target Field’s three “Family Value” concession stands, located at Sections 120, 133 and 311, feature a menu of ballpark favorites – all under $5. Each Sunday is Kids Day presented by Gillette Children’s and Target, featuring half-price kids meals (just $4!) and the opportunity for all kids to run the bases after the game! Beginning Memorial Day weekend, families can enjoy all the fun of Bullseye’s Back Yard presented by Target each Sunday inside Gate 34.
To make sure a trip to Target Field is as easy and accessible as possible, family restrooms are available at multiple locations around the ballpark, as are nursing rooms, while every restroom is equipped with baby changing tables.