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Things to check out around Miller Park ?

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Chris martin
Chris martin
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Bernie’s Clubhouse is a special kids interactive playground located on the Terrace Level behind home plate. A concession stand catering to kids and the Brewers Team Store by Majestic on the Terrace Level are nearby. Bernie’s Clubhouse opens when the Miller Park gates open and remains open through the 8th inning. The Clubhouse is designed for children under 48 inches of height

Available before select Brewers home games, the Bernie’s Slide Experience includes a brief behind the scenes tour of Miller Park, up to 5 rides down Bernie’s Slide, and amazing photo opportunities. The experience is available for groups of 2-8 people (age restrictions apply). Visit Brewers.com/slide for a complete list of policies and procedures, available dates, or to purchase tickets.

Hank Aaron State Trail is a scenic biking/jogging trail runs adjacent to the Menomonee River’s east bank and provides a recreational option for fans and area residents.

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Riley McDonald
Riley McDonald

There is a lot to see around the ballpark.  They have the plaques and banners which I discussed under the artifact section and then also have Bernie, the mascot, slide experience for those with kids and then the team store is fun to look at.  They also have a bunch of different concession stands to look at before you decide what you want to eat.

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Dionne Fraser
Dionne Fraser

The only thing that I would check out around Miller Park would be the tailgating in the parking lot of the stadium. That place is great when everyone is outside, having a good time, chatting, and just being really cordial. I think that was the best part about my whole experience – having some soda with my girls, talking around, eating hot dogs, and just enjoying the atmosphere!

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Kyle
Kyle

The Selig Experience recently opened at Miller Park that depicts Selig’s role in bringing Major League Baseball to Milwaukee.  There’s no additional charges to this.  Just your ticket that got you through the gates for the game.

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