From the East and Northeast:
Take I-43 South. Exit at McKinley Ave. Head south on 6th St. Then head west on Canal St.
From the West and Northwest:
Take Hwy. 45 South to I-94 East. Take the Miller Park Exit.
Take Hwy. 45 South to I-94 East to Hwy. 41 South to Miller Park.
From the Southeast:
Take I-43/94 North to the 6th St. exit. Go north. Head west on Canal St to Miller Park.
There are plenty of places to park around Miller Park, with fees ranging from $9.00 - $50.00 USD.
The Milwaukee Public Transit System has buses that run to Miller Park from downtown and surrounding communities.
The Route 90 bus can be caught 2 hours before the game, and stops at all markers from Wisconsin Ave. to downtown Milwaukee, and drops fans near the transit circle by the Home Plate Entrance. Return trips to downtown start after the 7th inning.
Route 18 travels along National Ave., and stops at the corner of Miller Park Way. Route 10 is along Wisconsin Ave., and drops passengers at 45th St.
The Milwaukee Brewers encourage a safe and comfortable environment, and staff will proactively intervene to maintain that. Here's a few things to remember.
There are a few other things to keep in mind while in the parking lot or on the premises.
There are Associated Bank ATMs in the following areas:
Alcohol is served at Miller Park, and standard stadium rules apply - Guests must present valid ID, limit of two beverages per customer, and sales will cease after third out of the seventh inning, no alcohol in or out of the stadium.
Staff is trained in TEAM - Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management.
Bags, containers and soft-sided coolers are allowed into Miller Park, but they must be 16"x16"x8", but they may be inspected. No hard coolers.
Cameras and video cameras are allowed into the park, but they're for personal use only - there's no taping of any action on the field allowed. Please don't stand in aisles, wells or walkways to take pictures, or block the view of the game for others. Monopods and tripods aren't allowed.
There are concessions throughout the park providing traditional stadium fare, operating by DNC Sportservice.
For PNC Club Level fans, there's in-seat service for your convenience.
Miller Park and the Brewers have made many accomodations to provide an accessible environment.
Parking and Entrances
There's accessible parking on an first-come, first-serve basis for varying fees. Violators who don't display plates or placards may be ticketed or towed. Each gate has a power-assist operator for easy access. More information can be had at 414.902.4979.
There's wheelchair accessible seating throughout Miller Park, on all four levels, with power outlets in each section. Large groups can be accomodated. There are seats with removable armrests. A limited number of ushers are available for escort to and from seating areas. Contact Guest Relations (414.902.4900) or Event Staff for assistance.
Assistive Listening Devices
You can get assistive listening devices free of charge from the Guest Relations office. Closed captioning of the park PA announcements can be found on the ribbon boards down the right-field and left-field lines.
Service animals are welcome, but they need to be on a leash and attended at all times.
There are a number of official team stores on site at Miller Park, selling authentic and replica jerseys, memorabilia, and more. All stores are open on game days.
On non-game days, you can visit the Brewers Team Store by Majestic, open Mondays through Fridays from 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Central, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturdays, and 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sundays. It also stays open for one hour after games.
For more information on any store, call 1-888-DUGOUT4.
First aid rooms can be found on the Field and Terrace levels behind home plate. A stadium staff member can provide assistance. You can always find emergency personnel on hand.
No cans, glass containers, or alcohol. Soda, water or juice is allowed in factory-sealed bottles. Food is allowed in the appropriate containers.
You can enter the arena two hours before the first pitch for Marquee Games; normal games open gates 1.5 hours prior.
In June, July, and August, all games on Saturdays open 2 hours prior.
Guest services can be located behind Section 116.
To report lost items or locate something, check in with guest relations center on the field level behind Section 116. Lost and found can be reached at 414.902.4900 after games.
There's generally no re-entry, but in the case of an emergency, contact Brewers staff for assistance.
All restrooms are fully accessible for the disabled, and have baby-changing stations. There are family restrooms throughout the arena.
There's room for 41,900 at Miller Park.
There's security on hand for the safety and enjoyment of everyone. If you need to reach security, speak to a staff member, or text BREWERS, followed by a space, then your seat location, to 69050, and security will be dispatched.
Signs and banners are allowed, but they need to follow a few rules.
Smoking is allowed only in designated areas of Miller Park. It's totally prohibited in the seating bowl, as well as concourses, suites, restrooms, and withing 25' of a Miller Park entrance.
Tailgating is permitted in all parking lots. A few things to remember:
For larger groups, the Uecker and Yount parking lots offer more space. Contact the Brewers sale department at 414.902.GRPS.
Stadium tours are available, including the MVP Tour, which takes guests through the batting cags, media interview room, and more. Tours meet at the Miller Park Tour and Information desk across from Brewers Team Store by Majestic. Typically, tours cover .75 of a mile, and last about 75 minutes. Comfortable shoes are suggested. The tour is stroller and wheelchair accessible.
Tour tickets can be purchased online, at the ticket window behind home plate, or by calling 414.902.4000.
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