Opened on April 24, 1956, Metropolitan Stadium hosted it's first Twins game on April 21, 1961. The Twins played there until the end of the 1981 season. Metropolitan Stadium was demolished in 1985.
Opened on April 3, 1982, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome was home to the Twins for over 20 years. It was the third domed facility in baseball and remains the only air-supported structure among the 28 in use.
Minnesota's new world-class ballpark is every bit as spectacular as it is intimate - featuring one of the closest seating bowls in the major league. With breathtaking views, dazzling amenities and a staggering array of special features, Target Field is the new home of Twins baseball.