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Target Field Features

Target Field will not only be the premier sporting and entertainment venue in the Upper Midwest, it will also be one of the most unique, spectacular parks in all of Major League Baseball. Here are a list of features that promise to make it unlike any other baseball experience in America.

SEATING: Target Field will feature one of the closest seating bowls to the playing field in all of Major League Baseball, and will have approximately 18,500 infield seats.

CONCOURSE: The ballpark will feature a 360-degree open main concourse giving fans an uninterrupted view of the playing field.

CLIMATE/SHELTER: The Twins are committed to providing a comfortable experience for the fans — even when our weather is less than perfect. Fans will be able to take advantage of heated concessions, restrooms, and restaurant and lounge areas found on each ballpark level including the Terrace level. Target Field's roof canopy — one of the largest in baseball — will provide added protection.

FAN COMFORT: Seats in Target Field will be generally wider and feature more legroom than those in the Metrodome. In addition, the new Twins ballpark will feature more aisles with fewer seats per row.

ACCESSIBILITY: Minnesota's ballpark will be among the most accessible in professional sports in terms of seating and access for fans with disabilities.

TRANSPORTATION: Transportation to Target Field includes light-rail transit, Northstar Commuter Rail, Metro Transit bus hub at the ballpark site, Cedar Lake Bike Trail and 20,000 parking spots within five blocks of the ballpark.

METRODOMETARGET FIELD
Approximate capacity55,30039,504
Seating in Lower Level22,28919,000
Seating in Upper Level32,44513,000
Seating in Club LevelN/A7,000
Suites9554
Concourse Width (main)22 feet40 feet
Concourse Width (upper)22 feet26—44 feet
Restrooms256 (w), 192 (m)401 (w), 266 (m)
Ballpark Seating Profile