Miller Park Seating Chart
Located below is the Miller Park seating chart for the Milwaukee Brewers. It was constructed with the retro, old-time ballpark design similar to Chase Field in Phoenix, Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore and later by Coors Field in Denver. They all have that same look-and-feel.
Miller Park is located about a ten minute drive from Downtown Milwaukee and an hour from the Chicagoland area. If you don't want to pay for parking you can take taxi from downtown. Taxi's will line up outside of the stadium after the game, so it's easy to find a ride.
The Milwaukee Brewers and Miller Park are on the cutting edge of technology and creating a way to keep you from being hungry, while minimizing your time to get your food and be able to watch the game.
They have a service that's not in many ballparks, at least not yet. It's called Bypass Lane. It allows you to order your food from your smart phone. When your food is ready, you receive a text message, you pick up your food, no long lines to wait in and you're back to your seat to see the game. What a great idea! It's available for both the iPhone and Android networks.
It's located in concession areas behind sections 117, 118, 124 and at the Plaza Pavilion.
In-seat food service is available in certain areas as well if you're seats are on the PNC Club Level.
Miller Park has four levels of seating in the grand stands. Each of these levels has special needs and wheelchair accessible seating available.
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