Located in the heart of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Miller Park is the official home of the Milwaukee Brewers Major League Baseball team. Miller Park opened on April 6, 2001, when the Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 4Ð2. It replaced the Milwaukee County Stadium, which had been the home of the Brewers since 1970. Since its opening, the park has hosted the 2002 MLB All-Star game, which famously ended in a tie, and several postseason games in 2008, 2011 and 2018. In addition to baseball, it has also hosted bowling and soccer. It has been the site of concerts featuring Bon Jovi, Kid Rock, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Miller Park has a normal game-day capacity of 41,900 people. The record attendance of 46,218 was set on September 3, 2003, in a game against the Chicago Cubs. Tickets to all Miller Park events are available for purchase at StubHub.
Does Miller Park feature a retractable roof?
Yes, Miller Park has a fan-shaped retractable roof, the only one in North America. The roof takes approximately 10 minutes to open or close. When the roof is closed, the interior of the park can be heated up to around 30 degrees warmer than the outside air, allowing games to be comfortably played in early spring or late fall.
Is Miller Park accessible by public transportation?
Yes, guests can reach Miller Park through the Brewers Line bus route, which is operated by the Milwaukee County Transit System. Special needs bus drop-offs are also located right next to the park.
Does Miller Park have on-site parking?
Miller Park features both preferred parking and gold preferred parking options located all around the stadium. General parking is located one block farther away. Most of the parking spots are sold separately from the Miller Park tickets. Prices vary based on location.
What are some notable attractions in Miller Park?
When you aren't watching the game, you can take the time to revisit the Brewer's illustrious past. The Walk of Fame, located on the plaza outside of the ballpark, commemorates 19 former Milwaukee greats, including Robin Yount, Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews and Warren Spahn. The park also features a Wall of Honor and various statues of former players. In 2015, the park added The Selig Experience, an exhibition and multimedia experience built in honor of former Brewers owner and MLB commissioner Bud Selig. Fans who want to attend a fine dining experience can visit the Johnson Controls Stadium Club before and during the game. The Stadium Club has a full-service bar and casual dining options as well. It requires a reservation.
Is Miller Park accessible for disabled guests?
Like all MLB stadiums, Miller Park is fully wheelchair accessible. It has suitable parking spots and accessible elevators, drop-off and pick-up locations, and seating at various places around the ballpark. In addition, guests with a hearing impairment can rely on assisted listening devices and a closed-captioned scoreboard.Back to Top
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