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Miller Park

One Brewers Way
Milwaukee, WI 53214
(414) 902-4000
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Man, the Brewers may not be the best team but they do have the best stadium.


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Great stadium 8/10/2006

Man, the Brewers may not be the best team but they do have the best stadium. more

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Don't Cry for County Stadium 5/16/2006

Many may remember County Stadium: bathrooms that felt like peeing in a barn, parking lot that felt like driving over hills and through valleys, and the questionable yellow slide that made you cringe Bernie Brewer had to slide down (which, when I was a kid, was not often). This is not to say these and other things didn't have an appeal of sorts--they did. But Miller Park has encompassed all the great things about County Stadium and none of the not-so-great. Parking is still easy, as is tailgating (thanks to that law change), the bathrooms are still large and Bernie is still sliding down a yellow tube. One of the best changes, however, is the retractable green dome--you never have to worry about rescheduling your time-off due to inclement weather. Some other things I like: restrooms in parking lot, amazing food selection, Leinenkugel beer stand (a must) and Mark Attanasio. I highly recommend a trip to this stadium--bring a grill, cook out with friends beforehand, root for the Brewers, and go home with the memories. more

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Miller Park Tours 4/6/2006

Miller Park offers tours! I have been on a couple for different occasions. Its about an hour long and you see some interesing things like the announcers sit. The best part of the tour is walking on the field. You are only able to do that if you go during the off season. Tickets are reasonable too. For adults its $6 and kids is $3. It is also handicap and stroller friendly. Fun for the whole family! Pop into Fridays after for a meal! more

Miller park 11/15/2005

My husband and I used to live in milwaukee area and came back visiting (from CA) to see the new miller park. It gives the baseball fan the feeling of old world baseball while still experiencing the modern amenities that we expect these days, however the location wasn't that ideal. it would've been nicer to be downtown and close to other places to see after or before a game. The retractable roof is great, especially in the cold milwaukee summer/fall. I enjoyed our time there, enjoed the weiner races too :) more

Love this stadium! 10/23/2005

Growing up here, I have seen the changes the Brewers have made over the years. This new stadium is one of the changes for the better. It's an amazing park. Yeah, the upper deck is quite high, but heck, your at a baseball game, the atmosphere makes up for it. This stadium is huge. The parking is great. The concessions (like every other sporting event) are highly overpriced, but heck that's part of the experience right? Getting free tickets and paying as much for the food as you would have for the tickets. Definitely must take your kids to see at least one game, it's the American experience. more

Nice stadium and great food! 8/20/2005

Miller Park is the home of the MLB Milwaukee Brewers. The stadium is right off the expressway so it is very easy to get to. I went to a White Sox versus Brewers exhibition game earlier this year and the ticket prices were great. The parking fee was cheap as well. The food was top notch for a sporting venue. The stadium has a retractable roof, so you won't have to worry about any rain outs or delays! more

Miller Park 8/19/2005

Miller Park replaced the old county stadium a few years ago, and we were looking forward to seeing the new stadium, as it has a retractable roof (they didn't need to close it, as it was a beautiful day on game day). And it's a great park (unfortunately, looks like the upper decks are nose-bleed sections, similar to US Cellular Park where the White Sox play). But there are good sight lines in the lower levels where our seats were. DH was happy to see that Leinie was sold here, not just Miller. The sausage race in the 7th (or ?) inning is always a lot of fun to watch (I always pick the wrong one, too). There is plenty of parking, and the tradition of tailgating in the parking lot before a game continues on. more

A park for the ages 8/15/2005

Although Milwaukee is a drinking town with a baseball problem, we are lucky to have one of the nicest baseball venues in the United States. Equipped with a dome that can be opened and closed the park is open rain or shine. Miller park boasts a TGIFridays as well as its .300 Club. Tours are given and allow you to go out on the field and in the dugout. more

Super nice park! 7/28/2005

I had never been to Miller Park when I attended a baseball game there. It is fairly new and is well built. There are no "blind" seats that I saw. Food and drink vendors are plentiful with Miller beer flowing of course. It has a roof that moves for when it is cold or raining. They sometimes offer concerts there as well. Nice venue! more

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Go Brewers! 7/25/2005

Miller Park could still be considered fairly new. The new concept is great, although the roof still tends to leak. The seating is MUCH better than County Stadium was, and most of the bleachers are out of the sun at all times. The new attractions like the kids area is wonderful, and everything there for them is free. They can jump around and play inside a playground. The concession stands are outrageously priced, but I guess that's expected. Beer is very steep, too, but hey, you're inside MILLER Park. Watch the Brewers win, and have a great time! more

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Miller Park Milwaukee, Wisconsin 7/25/2005

This place is HUGE. It holds 43,000 people for a game!! The neatest thing about it is that it has a convertable roof. That opens and closes at will. Great place to go to watch the Milwaukee Brewers play a game of ball! There is nothing like sitting there and watching it live. Excellent food for the hungry...more than just peanuts and beer too! Dippin Dot's icecream, brats, hotdogs and more. Smoking is limited to two outside fenced in areas only. Generous parking for all. Handicapper parking is front row! They run all kinds of fun promotions. Nearly always a freebie just for going to the game. Here is some fun! Miller Park Trivia: Site of the 2002 All-Star game. President George W. Bush, who was once a part-owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team, threw the ceremonial first pitch of the first regular season game at Miller Park on April 6, 2001. Hank Aaron and Robin Yount were consulted during the construction of the ballpark. Sean Casey of the Cincinnati Reds got the first hit here on April 6, 2001, a single in the top of the second inning. Three days later he hit a home run to get the first hit ever at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Michael Tucker of the Cincinnati Reds hit the first official home run here on April 6, 2001, a two-run shot in the top of the fourth inning. Jeromy Burnitz hit the first official Brewers home run, a solo shot in the bottom of the sixth inning of the same game. Helfaer Field, a Little League ballpark located next to Miller Park, occupies part of the site where County Stadium once stood. more
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