Miller Park in Milwaukee is one of the most affordable parks in baseball. Parking is just $8 or $13 depending on which lot fans choose, while tickets range from just $8 to $50, or $15 to $80 for prime games.
The stadium also features fun traditions in the sixth-inning sausage race and the seventh-inning stretch, where fans sing "Roll out the Barrel" in addition to "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." After each home run, the Brewers' mascot, Bernie Brewer, comes out of his clubhouse to take a splash in the Kalahari Splash Zone area, and an explosion of water shoots in the air.
Miller Park is also easy to access. In addition to driving and parking options, fans can also get to the field via one of three bus routes on the Milwaukee County Transit system or bike or walk using the Hank Aaron State Trail. The trail is connected to the field and the Lake Michigan lakefront. The field offers bike racks for those who choose to come to the game this way.
Baseball history is alive and well in this stadium. A plaque commemorates Hank Aaron's 755th home run, and historical displays include tributes to Latinos in baseball and Negro Leagues players. The Wall of Honor recognizes the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League and Wisconsin natives who have played in MLB.
Concession options include a coffee shop, deli, beer garden and racing sausage kebabs. Bernie's Clubhouse Playground includes a concession stand with kids items.
In the U.S. Cellular Bullpen, fans can take part in baseball themed activities and pose for photos with a Brewers players cut-out.
Miller Park tops this list for having activities for fans without taking the focus away from the game, and also for its celebration of the general baseball culture.
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