Get Help Planning Your Trip to Target Center

Get Help Planning Your Trip to Target Center

Getting to the game is easy with Metro Transit. Target Center is conveniently located and accessible by public transit. For help planning your trip, use the interactive Trip Planner at Metrotransit.org or call 612-373-3333.

Plan Your Trip
Light Rail

Light Rail

METRO Blue Line and Green Line trains serve Warehouse District/Hennepin Avenue Station (it’s an easy walk to Target Center from there). Ride the BLUE LINE from any of the stations between Mall of America and downtown Minneapolis. The METRO GREEN LINE operates frequently between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul.

Light Rail System
Skyways and Walkways

Skyways and Walkways

Target Center has become increasingly assessable via foot. With bridges, crosswalks and a variety of skyway access, Target Center can be accessed with less traffic hassle. All streets have sidewalks and intersections have crosswalks with "walk" and "don't walk" signals.

Skyway Map
Downtown Biking

Downtown Biking

Ranked as the number two bicycling city in the nation, Minneapolis has 43 miles of streets with dedicated bicycle lanes and 84 miles of off-street bicycle paths.

Bike Info
Bus Routes

Bus Routes

Metro Transit operates 125 interconnected bus routes throughout the Twin Cities. Many routes provide direct access to downtown Minneapolis with several stopping within one block of Target Center.

Plan Your Trip

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WHERE TO PARK FOR TARGET CENTER

Skyway-connected to the Target Center, ABC Ramps are the premier parking destination for Timberwolves fans.

Choose the best ramp for you:

Ramp A: $10* event parking – access to I-394

Ramp B: $10* event parking – access to I-394 and Warehouse District – Closest ramp!

Ramp C: $9* event parking – access to I-394 & I-94, I-35W along Washington Ave. – Fastest exit!

*Rates subject to change without notice. For dual events with Target Field, payment will be collected upon entry.

For downtown traffic details and construction updates, visit the City of Minneapolis web site.