Come out and roar with the Minnesota Lynx as they return to their home at the newly renovated Target Center!
Be there for all the excitement without worrying about construction, rush-hour traffic or parking hassles. Many routes including the Blue & Green Line serve Target Center and will get you to from the game with ease.
Fans can also take Metro Transit buses and light rail for FREE with a downloadable pass to weekend games only. Print your pass and show it to your bus driver or Transit Police officer. Ride free two hours before the game begins until two hours after the last buzzer sounds.
Weekend FREE RIDE games
Friday, June 1
Saturday, June 16
Friday, June 29
Friday, July 13
Sunday, July 15
Sunday, Aug. 5
Sunday, Aug. 12
Sunday, Aug. 19
Not sure which route to take? Use the Trip Planner and find out your best route instantly. To get travel options by phone, call 612-373-3333 to speak with a friendly transit expert.
These bus routes stop near Target Center:
From the north: 4, 5, 14, 19, 22
From the east: 3, 61, 94
From the west: 9, 14
From the south: 4, 5, 6, 14, 22
METRO Blue & Green Line
Both light-rail lines serve Warehouse District/Hennepin Avenue Station (it’s an easy walk to Target Center from there). The METRO Green Line operates frequently from St. Paul, or park in one of 2,600 free spaces along the METRO Blue Line at the 28th Avenue and Fort Snelling stations. Either way, get an All-Day Pass for an easy roundtrip.
You can also park in a downtown Minneapolis ramp and hop on a Blue or Green line train. Rides from downtown are just 50¢ each way. Buy a Downtown Zone roundtrip pass for $1 from a rail station ticket machine. Exit the train at Warehouse District/Hennepin Avenue Station.
> Red Line buses connect with the Blue Line at Mall of America
> Learn more about riding light rail
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 Carpool Matching Tool. Carpoolers may qualify for reduced rate parking at ramps near Target Center.
All buses and trains have free bicycle racks so you can take transit part of the way and pedal the rest.