Ride to Target Field

April 12, 2016

    Enjoy everything downtown Minneapolis has to offer. Explore shops, restaurants and other destinations in the Warehouse District and North Loop neighborhoods surrounding Target Field


    These bus routes stop near Target Field:

    From the north: 4, 5, 14, 19, 22
    From the east: 3, 61, 94
    From the west: 9, 14, 679
    From the south: 4, 5, 6, 14, 22

    Direct service to every game on the Twins Express
    Ride the Twins Express (Route 679), with game-day service to every game from the I-394 & County Road 73 Park & Ride ramp. Buses leave every 15 minutes for two hours before each game; return service starts two hours after the game begins and runs until an hour after the game ends.

    METRO Blue & Green lines

    Both light-rail lines drop you off right at the ballpark. The METRO Green Line operates frequently from St. Paul, or park in one of 2,500 free spaces along the METRO Blue Line at the 28th Avenue or Fort Snelling stations.

    You can also park in a downtown Minneapolis ramp and hop on a Blue or Green line train. Rides from downtown are just 50¢ each way. Buy a Downtown Zone roundtrip pass for $1 from a rail station ticket machine. Exit the train at Target Field Station.

    If you’re coming from the south metro, remember that METRO Red Line buses connect with a free transfer to the Blue Line at Mall of America for service to Target Field.

    Northstar Commuter Rail

    The Northstar Line provides daily commuter service to Target Field Station, with five morning and five afternoon trips each weekday. Northstar serves all Minnesota Twins homes games and select special events at Target Field.

    Make transportation to special events downtown more affordable with a Northstar Family Pass. Pay one low price and get roundtrip Northstar rides for two adults and up to three kids (age 6-17) or seniors (65+). Kids five and under ride free!