The easy way to Vikings games & events at TCF Bank Stadium
Take a bus, ride Northstar Commuter Rail from the northwest suburbs or hop on the METRO Green Line - we have great options to get you to TCF Bank Stadium.
Not sure which route to take? It's easy! Use our interactive Trip Planner and get details instantly. For help by phone, call 612-373-3333 and a friendly transit expert will provide your options.
These bus routes stop at or near TCF Bank Stadium:
> From the south: Routes 2 & 6
> From the east/west: Routes 3 & 16
METRO Green Line
The METRO Green Line is a hassle-free way to get to the game! Get an Event 6-Hour Pass from the rail ticket machine and ride from your neighborhood. Exit the train at Stadium Village Station.
Many bus routes connect to the METRO Green Line. Start your trip on routes 21, 63, 65, 67, 83, 84 or 87 and transfer free to the Green Line at Downtown East Stadium for service to Stadium Village Station - you'll be steps away from the stadium.
Taking the METRO Blue Line? Park for free and hop on! Park in one of 2,800 free spaces along the METRO Blue Line at 28th Avenue, Fort Snelling or Lake Street/Midtown stations and get an Event 6-Hour Pass for an easy roundtrip. You'll transfer to the Green Line at Downtown East Station (formerly Metrodome Station) for a comfortable ride to TCF Bank Stadium (take the train to Stadium Village Station).
Northstar serves all Vikings games and there are 3,000+ FREE Park & Ride spaces at Northstar stations. Northstar connects to frequent Green Line trains at Target Field Station for an easy ride to Stadium Village Station - it's a short walk from there to the stadium.
Taking the family? Check out the Northstar Roundtrip Family Pass for the best value – one low cost for two adults and up to three kids (ages 6-17) or seniors (age 65+). Kids five and under ride free!
> See the schedule for Northstar trains to Vikings games
Save on gas and parking costs when you double up. Metro Transit can help you find someone who wants to share the ride. Try our Rideshare Planner.
All buses and trains have free bicycle racks so you can take transit part of the way and pedal the rest.