Miller Park

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Miller Park Tickets
Miller Park

It's easy to turn a Milwaukee Brewers game into a full day event at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The home to Pro Baseball's Milwaukee Brewers, unlike many Pro Baseball ballparks, allows tailgating. Miller Park provides permanent tailgate pavilions located across the river from the Klement's Sausage Haus. Larger tailgates and organized parties are asked to use the Mets/Dodgers parking lots.

Once inside, Miller Park's amenities include a microbrewery, open air patios and kids activities. Both Friday's Front Row Sports Grill and Milwaukee Baseball Hall of Fame are open year-round at Miller Park. Sawmill Slat Bat Factory, located in the Hot Corner, has wood working demonstrations and sells bats that can be custom engraved. Milwaukee Brewers fans can try the interactive Big League Blast. The Walls of Honor exhibit at Miller Park pay tribute to the Negro Leagues, Wisconsin-born major leaguers, and the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Bernie's Clubhouse, a kid's interactive playground, is located on the Terrace Level behind Miller Park's home plate. At every Friday home game, several Milwaukee Brewers players or coaches will autograph picture cards prior to the game. Following all Thursday afternoon home games, senior citizens are invited to stroll around the warning track weather permitting.

Miller Park seats 41,900 and the seating areas along the baseline curve in toward home plate. The stacked seating levels hang over each other slightly. Miller Park's stands are as close to the playing field as Pro Baseball guidelines allow. Of the 70 suites at Miller Park, 20 are on field level. Miller Park is a huge, highly engineered stadium reminiscent of the industrial companies that built up Milwaukee. Former Pro Baseball players Hank Aaron and Robin Yount were consulted to provide player input during the construction of the ballpark. Miller Park has a natural grass field and the organist plays organ music to create an old-time ballpark atmosphere. Yet it has one of the largest high tech scoreboards in the Pro Baseball, a 37-by-48 foot Smartvision color video board and a 32-by-76 foot monochrome matrix board.

The most prominent feature of Miller Park is its retractable fan-shaped roof. The roof opens convertible style, with the panels closing simultaneously from the first base and third base side. The roof design has had its share of problems. Miller Park replaced Milwaukee County Stadium with $310 million in public funds paying the bulk of its $400 million construction cost. After many delays, including the tragic deaths of three construction workers, Miller Park opened in 2001. President George W. Bush threw out the first pitch. Miller Brewing Co. bought naming rights for $2.1 million annually through 2020. One of Miller Park's most memorable moments was when the 73rd All-Star Game was suspended by Pro Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig in 2002 after both leagues ran out of pitchers during a 7-7 tie that continued to 11 innings.

Getting There and Getting Around

Miller Park is located at One Brewers Way. The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) offers bus service to Miller Park using Route 90 from Wisconsin Avenue downtown. Miller Park has parking for 12,000 vehicles. Handicap parking is accessible from all gates. Each gate has a power assist entrance. Wheelchair accessible seating, located on all levels of Miller Park, is equipped with one power outlet per seating section. Assistive Listening Devices are available at no charge at the Guest Relations Center located behind home plate. TTY pay phones are on each level in the left field corner concourses. Family restrooms are available on the Loge, Club, and Terrace Levels. A limited number of ushers and wheelchairs can transport guests from the entry gates to their seat.

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