A traditional ballpark is what Miller Park is all about. The building is a sign of the local architecture. This arena is ... More
A traditional ballpark is what Miller Park is all about. The building is a sign of the local architecture. This arena is superbly built with its main attraction being the retractable roof especially during the rains and snow. The roof opens and shuts in about 10 minutes. This park has the capacity to seat 45,000 people approximately at various levels in the arena. It has a split-bowl concept where the seats hang over others slightly—this gives fans a clearer view of the game. They also have excellent amenities such as a brewpub, open-air patios, a Hall of Fame and a children's area.
Young team of rising stars in a new stadium. Great tailgaiting atmosphere. The price isn't cheap, but nothing compared to ballparks in the larger cities. I recomend coming in the summer while summerfest is going on. Head to the park during the day, then a night game...or visa versa.
I thought the Miller Park design was striking. It's very impressive. The ticket prices were good ($6.00) and parking ($6.00) was decent. We walked all around and really enjoyed it. One fan we talked with gave us free passes to the 300 Club, which had a traveling Hall of Fame display; it was very interesting. The only negative is the lack of places to hang out before/after the game, but we enjoyed the Miller Brewery tour down the road and the botanical gardens, also just down the road from the ballpark. Miller Park is a very good park indeed.
ME and my friends did a tour before one of the games and we all loved the tour. They take all through the park and it only cost $6 a person. I'm going to tell everyone about the tour and when game time rolled around everyone there was great!!! It's one of the best parks that I have been too!! We are going back next year!!!!!
I went to the Brewers Game with my brother and my friend Jenni on the 8th of April. We had so much fun! The Brewers won the game! Miller Park is an amazingly big stadium. As you're walking up to it the structure looms over you. Inside there are venders with great food and lots of free stuff you can get by signing up for the Milwaukee Brewers Credit Card(I always get rid of them right away if I'm approved, no credit cards for me!) Anyway, when the Brewers win it whole experience is really fun but when they lose at least you have the free stuff.
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