Guests can't bring alcohol into (or out of) the Metrodome, but alcohol is on sale inside the stadium to guests 21 or older with a valid ID. Sales of beer stop after the third quarter of Vikings games.
Guests should conduct themselves in a manner befitting a family-friendly environment, which means no public intoxication, harmful or endangering actions, throwing items, using foul or abusive language, acting disorderly or inconsiderate, wearing obscene clothing, smoking in non-designated areas, interfering with the game or other fans' enjoyment of it. Those who don't follow these and other rules may be ejected.
The will call windows are at the ticket office beneath Gate G (Ticketmaster will call is at Gate B), and tickets for Vikings games are available 2 hours before kickoff. Guests will need a photo ID.
ATMs are located in the concourse behind sections 127, 115, 137, 216, 227, and 203. There are 2 ATMs on the plaza at Gate F near the ticket booth, too.
Coolers, backpacks, and bags aren't allowed in the stadium.
Video cameras usually aren't okay, but non-professional still cameras are.
Food and beverage concessions are operated by Centerplate.
Guests experiencing an emergency should notify an usher, security guard, or concession worker. The first aid office is on the Metrodome's lower level near Section 116.
Gates open 2 hours before kickoff of Vikings games. Opening times vary for other events.
To turn in or retrieve a lost item notify an usher or fan services member or, after the game, call 651.628.4010 between 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Central time Monday - Friday.
The following items aren't allowed in the stadium:
There are restrooms throughout the stadium (all are ADA compliant), and a family restroom in the MSFC office near Section 118.
The stadium can seat 64,111.
There is no smoking in the Metrodome. Guests can smoke outside the gates in designated areas.
The Metrodome gives a variety of tours, costing a variety of prices. For more information call 612.335.3309. (Note: Tours are not conducted on Vikings home game days.)