Seat view from section 218 at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers


#2 AshLa 2013-06-16 23:31
I'm a little spoiled because this is where I sat for my very first Brewers game; I'm a Cardinals fan living in Chicago. This section is a no brainer - I think pretty much every fan will consider section 218 as time and money well spent. How can you go wrong behind home plate and still pay as little as $50 for a ticket? That's for the regular seats in 218, if you want the first 5 or 6 rows, you will have to shell out some extra money. Those are the Diamond Box seats.
We saw the Brewers play the Cardinals that night, a rivalry game that has been picking up some steam.
Was very neat to have the pitcher's perspective the entire game and be able to see the pitcher's delivery.
I was expecting club seats but I was wrong; the club seats at Miller park are actually in the 300s. I loved that the protective railing is see thru railing and not a concrete wall. It's not very intrusive on your sight and doesn't encourage fans to lean over it.
Miller Park is a pretty cool change from the Chicago ballparks. Upon entering, you almost feel like you're walking into an amusement park rather than a baseball game. The tailgating is fun too although we didn't get much time for that. P.s. - if you're staying downtown, the ballpark is not within walking distance. There is no light rail system either, so you will have to drive and watch your alcohol intake.
#1 John M 2013-06-12 04:35
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 218, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Brewers game at Miller Park.

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