Miller Park is a stadium located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Miller Park is currently home to the MLB team the Milwaukee Brewers. The stadium opened on April 6, 2001 with the construction taking just over four and a half years at a cost of just over $400 million, about $530 in today’s dollars. It was built to replace for the old Milwaukee County Stadium. It has the only convertible roof in the United States that allows natural light in while closed.
The Milwaukee Brewers are one-time American League Pennant holders and are members of the Central Division of the National League within MLB. They are known by their team colors consisting of black, gold and white. The current owner of the Brewers is Mark Attanasio.
The stadium currently holds 41,900 fans. There are numerous luxury suites and thousands seats at the club level. Currently, it is the 19th largest stadium in MLB in terms of seating capacity.
In terms of parking there are several options: the Preferred Parking Lots are closest to the stadium and is for VIP and Season Ticket Holders. General Parking is available as well. There is also disabled parking available.