Home Run Porch Terrace sections 233-236:
Unfortunately at Target Field, there really is no play area for younger kids as we've found at many of the new ballparks. There are some baseball glove statues OUTSIDE the stadium, which we found to be very popular with school groups as they wait to get into Target Field. For those into video games, there is a Best Buy Gaming Zone near section 225 - near the left field corner - where the latest baseball-related video games are available for play.
Note also that every Sunday at Target Field is Kids Day - with autographs available before the game, and kids run the bases after the game for those 14 and under. Autographs start at 11:55 on Sundays at the ramp on the Club level along the first base line; to run the bases, you'll want to line up near section 130 in left field at the end of the game.
Dugout Box sections 1-6
, along the 1st base line and close to the Twins dugout are very close to the players and action, but can be a bit pricey when bringing the entire family. The US Bank Home Run Porch Terrace sections 233-236
(on the main level in centerfield) offer shade and a close view to the action in the bullpen at a decent price. Although these seats are a long way from the action between the pitcher and batter, they are close to concessions and bathrooms.
Field Terrace sections 223-227:
Located on the upper level, these seats down the left field line get an adequate amount of shade, and offer a surprisingly decent view of the playing field. Also, we have seen face painters on this level for some games...giving a little bit of a distraction for young fans. Also, these sections tend not to be as crowded as some of the others for most games, so this would give a family a little room to spread out, if necessary.
Also, at $30/seat on
, these come at a decent value.
View from Target Field Terrace section 227