About Target Field

Attending a Minnesota Twins game is one of most popular Minneapolis summer group activities. The team has called Minnesota their home since 1961. Initially, they played their games at the Metropolitan Stadium and then the Metrodome, both stadiums they shared with NFL. Since 2010, The Twins have played all of their home games at Target Field.

Designed specifically for baseball, Target Field has several unique options with fantastic views of both the stadium and the downtown skyline. Experience the stylish cabanas and in-seat technology inside the Delta 360 Club, enjoy a bonfire and views from the Budweiser Sky Deck, or get group tickets in one of the premium suites. Or, if you’re going on a non-game day, try one of the group tour options.

Getting to target field

The stadium is in the heart of downtown Minneapolis with access to many nearby restaurants and pubs along first avenue, and its relatively easy to get to via light rail, public transit, and there are ample parking spaces within adjacent ramps. The area can have a lot of activity and congestion before and after a game which is why many groups love traveling to the stadium via charter buses, which keep their group together and allow for efficient access to the stadium.

Charter Bus & Group Transportation Tips for Target Field

Lorenz Bus Service is the preferred charter bus rental and shuttle service provider for the Minnesota Twins. We transport a majority of visiting groups to the stadium, so we know how to make it easy. Given the usual traffic in the area, the City of Minneapolis requires groups to have pre-arranged bus parking. In order to have a good experience at the stadium, we recommend the following:

  1. Arrange your bus service with ample notice in advance so that Lorenz can reserve bus parking. Parking is first-come, first serve, and there are multiple zones, with the closest being within a block of the stadium, and the furthest being several blocks. We’ll take care of this for you.
  2. Have your driver drop you off at the assigned bus parking space so that you’ll know exactly where the bus will be waiting. Post-game, charter buses cannot always get up close to the stadium as traffic control often blocks the surrounding streets. We can attempt to drop-off on 7th St near Gate 29, but this can lead to many challenges post-game because the buses cannot always reach that location (and if your group doesn’t stay together, it can place a lot of stress on the driver and the group leader.)
  3. Make sure you have an assigned group leader and that the driver and leader exchange contact information.
  4. Set a clear time that the bus will leave the stadium. If multiple trips, have the group meet at a pre-designated location to walk to the bus together.
  5. Ask for a map of the bus parking location once assigned, and make sure your group has it along with the other group ticketing information.