Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers is a great place to watch a baseball game. The stadium is just over ten years old, but it has the feel of a more modern ballpark. Gone are the days of cold and rainy April Brewers games in Wisconsin. Miller Park tickets are in demand, whether it's early in the 2012 Brewers season, or on a hot day in July. Fans of the National League Central division champions are looking forward to another great season!
Miller Park Tickets for 2012 Home Games
The Milwaukee Brewers had a fantastic 2011 season. Fans got to see National League MVP Ryan Braun lead the team all the way to the National League Championship Series. The Brewers had their best season in over twenty years, and they are sure to make 2012 just as exciting. Miller Park tickets for the 2012 season will be in demand. The team will pick up right where they left off in 2011, when they play the St. Louis Cardinals on opening day in Milwaukee. Home games aren't always sold out, but the best seats go fast.
Miller Park is the best place to tailgate. Parking at the stadium is divided into sections named after National League teams. Someday, there is sure to be a parking section named after current greats like Jon Axford, Ryan Braun, Prince Fielder, and Corey Hart. Parking sections are also divided by names like Preferred, and General. When tailgating in Milwaukee's Miller Park, you will find easy access to rest rooms, and walkways to the ballpark.
Miller Park Seating and Layout
- Miller Park tickets for the field level range from the best seats in the house to the bleachers
- Loge level seats are just above the field level, and provide a great view of stadium
- Club level - infield box ticket holders at Miller Park enjoy the convenience of a wait staff
- Club level - outfield box seating does not include wait staff
- Terrace level seating is bargain priced and comprised of thirty-nine sections
- There are 70 luxury box suites at Miller Park
You can enter any gate with your Miller Park tickets, as the stadium is fully accessible from any entrance. Former Milwaukee Brewers slugger Robin Yount provided his input on field design, but he left it up to the professionals to decide the seating layout. There is not a bad seat at Miller Park. If you are one of the nearly 42,000 fans at a sold out game, you will not be disappointed with your view of home plate.
Getting to Miller Park Milwaukee
Miller Park is accessible from city streets and two major highways. Located in the heart of Milwaukee, some folks will walk to the ballpark via the Henry Aaron trail.
From the north and south, fans use Highway 41 and exit on Miller Park Way.
From Madison, Brewers fans use Interstate 94 east to Milwaukee.
From Chicago, it is best to travel along Interstate 94 west, and look for the Miller Park Way exit.
Fans driving city streets can enter the parking lots from Bluemond Road, or wind their way along Mitchell Boulevard, just west of the stadium. When arriving at Miller Park from the east side of Milwaukee, it's best to travel west along Canal Street, as it will take you directly to the stadium.
Miller Park -
One Brewers Way
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53214