The Minnesota Twins Skyline View peers down on the field from high in the left field corner. The Target Field seating chart shows the Twins Skyline View in sections 323 through 327 on the top level of the general seating in the ballpark.
Minnesota Twins Skyline View is named for the clear sight of the Minneapolis skyline persistent from any seat in the Skyline View section. Twins Skyline View sections are along the third base line at a slight angle making it easier for fans to watch the action in the infield without sitting at an awkward angle. Twins Skyline View sections are close to concessions and escalators and have friendly vendors moving through the aisles selling snacks throughout the game. With little difference between seats in the Twins Skyline View section, fans should shop for the cheapest available tickets in the section.
Look at the Minnesota Twins seating chart and more details about: Twins Champion's Club, Twins Dugout Boxes, Twins Home Plate Boxes, Twins Diamond Boxes, Twins Field Boxes, Twins Left Field Bleachers, Twins Powerball Pavilion, Twins Overlook, Twins Right Field Bleachers, Twins Delta Sky360 Legends Club, Twins Skyline Deck, Twins Suites, Twins Home Plate Terrace, Twins Field Terrace, Twins Home Plate View, Twins Skyline View, Twins Field View, Twins Our Family Section, Twins US Bank Home Run Porch, Twins Grandstand, and Twins Budweiser Roof Deck.
Twins Skyline View tickets cost $13 per game when purchased as part of a season ticket package and between $14 and $19 per game when purchased for individual games. Avoid buying Twins Skyline View tickets on the secondary market unless you can find deals for below face value. Twins Skyline View tickets make for a great date or family outing, but offer among the worst view of the game within Target Field. Treat Twins Skyline View tickets as a cheap way into Target Field and enjoy the surrounding perspective rather than focusing exclusively on the game far below.