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2024 Guide to Target Field

This guide is sponsored by your Minnesota Twins

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photo © Minnesota Twins

Your Minnesota Twins are excited to be back at Target Field for another baseball season! Target Field is extremely accessible, well-maintained, and routinely ranks in the Top-10 Best Ballparks in MLB. Whether you’re a Twins Season Ticket Holder or visiting Target Field for the first time, the 2024 Guide to Target Field guide will get you and your kiddos prepared for the best ballpark experience!


Get Your Tickets

All tickets are digital for 2024. See the full schedule here. Tickets can be purchased at the Target Field Box Office located on Target Plaza, online at twins.com/tickets or by phone at 1-800-33-TWINS or 612-33-TWINS.

Children’s Admission/Tickets: The Minnesota Twins offer complimentary admission to children less than 30″ in height for regular season games, provided they are accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. These children must sit on the lap of the accompanying adult and not occupy an additional seat. 

Kids Day presented by Target and Gillette Children’s

Sundays are Kids Day at Target Field! Postgame, kids 12 and younger can run the bases on the field. Plus, Kids’ Meals presented by US Bank are half-priced (reduced from $8 to $4) at the Hennepin Grille stand near Section 311 and the Taste of Twins Territory stand near Section 124.

  • Bullseye’s Backyard: Every Sunday between Memorial Day and Labor Day, go to the Gate 34 Lawn, equipped with interactive games, a baseball card photo station, face painting, and more.
  • Running the Bases: After every Sunday home game, the Twins invite all kids ages 12 and under to run the bases. Children and an accompanying adult wishing to participate in this event should go to the North Ramp area on the Main Concourse, near Section 130, to access the field. For very young children, we politely request that only one adult accompany the child as they run the bases. Guests may begin lining up for this post-game activity after the 7th inning.
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photo © Minnesota Twins

Theme Nights/Giveaways 

The Twins have a variety of theme nights and giveaways at Target Field throughout the season. For the full schedule click here. Highlights for your youngsters include:

  • April 7: Kids Club Theme Day AND Kids Opening Weekend Beanie (First 5,000 kids 12 and under) 
  • May 26: Hello Kitty Day – Ticket Package includes a ticket to the game and a Twins Hello Kitty Light Up Bobblehead
  • June 16: Father’s Day Golf Shirt and Kids T-Shirt (First 5,000 fans and 5,000 kids)
  • July 7: Joe Ryan Replica Jersey (Kids) (First 5,000 kids 12 and under)
  • August 4: Kids Back-to-School Backpack (First 5,000 kids 12 and under)
  • August 11: Kids Back-to-School Backpack (First 5,000 kids 12 and under)
  • August 25: Kids “Squishie” Pillow (First 5,000 kids 12 and under)
  • September 29: Kids Appreciation Baseball Hat (First 5,000 kids 12 and under)

T.C. Sluggers Kids Club

For only $40, your T.C. Slugger will receive a T.C. Slugger equipment backpack, Twins sunglasses, T.C. Bear sport headband, and a lanyard with a membership card – shipped directly to your door.

  • 2024 T.C. Sluggers members get a 1/2 off ticket offer to every 2024 regular season Sunday home game.
  • Members will have the opportunity to be selected for exclusive opportunities throughout the season.
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photo © Minnesota Twins

TickPick Family Section

In partnership with media partner Bally Sports North, tickets in the alcohol-free family section (Section 324) include a FREE hot dog and Pepsi. (Ticket special runs May – End of Season)



The Twins, in collaboration with MPLS Parking and the City of Minneapolis, provide preferred game day parking (with enhanced security) in Ramps A, B, C, and the Hawthorne Ramp for $20 throughout the 2024 season. For further information regarding all transportation options including directions, please visit twins.com/ballpark/transportation.

Target Field Entrance Policies

Beverages: Sealed, bottled water 32 oz. or less, and soft-sided single juice or milk containers for children are the only outside beverages permitted in Target Field. Flavored water, and performance beverages (Gatorade, Powerade, etc) are NOT permitted into Target Field. Guests may bring liquids required for legitimate medical purposes into Target Field.

Bag Policy: Single-compartment bags (maximum size of 16”x16”x8”) are allowed into Target Field. These include purses, clutch purses, single-compartment tote bags, clear bags, drawstring bags, diaper bags, single-compartment soft-sided coolers, fanny packs and bags containing medically necessary items. Backpacks, multi-compartment laptop bags, duffel bags or any bags over the size requirement are not allowed into the ballpark

  • Diaper/child-care bags: Diaper bags and child-care bags 16” by 16” by 8” or smaller are allowed into Target Field. Multi-compartment backpacks that are being utilized primarily as a diaper or child-care bags are permitted into Target Field, provided they abide by the overall bag size restriction. The Minnesota Twins reserve the right to inspect and remove any package or container or their contents.
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photo © Minnesota Twins


Once at the ballpark, Target Field gates open for admittance 1 hour before the scheduled first pitch for all Monday-Thursday evening games, 1.5 hours before the scheduled first pitch for weekday afternoon games, and 2 hours before the scheduled first pitch for all Friday-Sunday games.


Mini-Golf: Enjoy mini-golf in the right field concourse.

Visit the Twins Organist: Head to the Terrace Level behind home plate and visit the Twins organist Sue Nelson in the Twins Pub.

TC’s Clubhouse: Visit this small play area in the Treasure Island Home Run Deck across from Section 230 for some fun. Plus, in the third inning hang out and take a photo with T.C. Bear!

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photo © Minnesota Twins

Food and Beverage

Kids Meals presented by US Bank: Kids meals are available for $8 at the Hennepin Grill stand near Section 311 and the Taste of Twins Territory stand near Section 124. 

In addition, Target Field has a wide variety of restaurants, and food stands fans can visit throughout the game. Options include ballpark favorites like hot dogs and peanuts and less traditional options like Banh Mi and Burritos! For all the options refer to the Target Field Concessions Guide.

Sensory Suite and Family Restrooms

Sensory Suite: The Twins are proud to invite neuroatypical guests of all ages and abilities to visit the ballpark’s state-of-the-art UnitedHealthcare Sensory Suite. Located on the UnitedHealthcare Suite Level, in partnership with leading healthcare experts, The Sensory Suite is equipped to provide a welcoming, compatible environment in which neuroatypical guests may find temporary respite, if needed, during the game.

Family Restrooms: Baby changing tables are available in all restrooms and family restrooms. Family restrooms are located on the Main Concourse at sections 111, 123, 132, and 134, as well as across from the camera platform above centerfield; in the Grandstand section 238; on the Suite Concourse near Suite 14 and Skyline Suite 2; and on the Terrace Concourse at sections 208, 214, and 220.

Mothers Room: Mothers in need of private accommodations while nursing or pumping are welcome to do so at the Nursing Rooms in the Guest Service Centers (near Sections 113 and 204).

For a full map of Target Field click here.

More questions? Visit the Minnesota Twins website for all the information you need for your next game at Target Field!

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