Miller Park Review

Miller Park - Milwaukee Brewers

Getting to the Game (3.5 out of 5)

Fans can take a bus, a car, or their bicycle to get to American Family Field. Getting to the game was very easy when I drove from Chicago. American Family Field parking is not an issue as there are many options for fans to take advantage of to get to the arena.


The Neighborhood (3 out of 5)

Miller Park is in a giant parking lot which is something I don’t like, but they allow fans to tailgate which adds bonus points to my review. The fans before the game were listening to music, eating food, and playing plenty of drinking games. The atmosphere outside of Miller Park was a lot of fun and a pleasant surprise when I went to a game in 2012.


The Park (4.5 out of 5)

Open Roof at Miller Park

Miller Park is a new stadium that has all the bells and whistles with amenities. I love the fact that the stadium has a retractable roof, so games will happen even in the rain. The retractable roof also makes watching a game in the summer nice and cool, so this stadium was perfect in my book. My only complaint with the place was that the there was a glare through the windows above the first base side for a bit during the game.


Food (4.5 of out 5)

As a new Stadium, Miller Park has all the modern food amenities for fans to enjoy. The lines to the concessions were not long, not overly-priced, and overwhelmingly satisfying.


The Atmosphere (4 out of 5)

Running of the Sausages at Miller Park

Catching a game at Miller Park was a lot of fun. The fans love to pregame before a game, so that was a lot of fun. Baseball is a big deal in Milwaukee, so I was surprised to see so much passion for their Brewers during game time. The running of the sausages was something cool to see as well. The only reason why I can’t give this a 5 out of 5 score was that the person behind me puked everywhere during the game, so that changed things.


Repeat Value (4 out of 5)

Miller Park has something for everyone. There are family-friendly sections for families to sit in that make the experience fun and safe. If you are looking to pregame, you have that option as well. Finally, having a retractable roof is so critical for baseball. It’s freezing in April to watch baseball and sometimes too hot in the summer to enjoy the game. Giving fans the comfort in knowing that rain will not cancel a game makes going to Miller Park high on my list to visit again.


Final Verdict (3.92 out of 5)